The second vote on the revision of the Strategic Master Plan of São Paulo (PDE), which was scheduled to take place this Friday (23/6), at the City Council,...
Educator Fernanda Santana Rabello de Castro, a career civil servant, was chosen to manage the 24 institutions of the federal museum system in the country
Leandro Grass took over the Institute in January and is promoting the dismissal of all paratroopers placed in the body by the former government
Since his name was confirmed in office for the future Ministry of Culture, historian Marcio Tavares has been on the field with a double task to interrupt the paralysis of the Bolsonaro government: administrative and political.
While the absence of national public policies causes destruction of the sector, states, as well as Ceará, expand equipment and give new vitality to the area.
For nearly 80 years, Templo Beth-El, in downtown São Paulo, has served the city's Jewish community. Designed in Byzantine style by...
In Paris, the arte!brasileiros interviewed the art historian Betina Zalcberg, a member of the board of the Arthur Luiz Piza Fund and a friend of the artist who died in 2017
Despite the tragedy of the pandemic, a government that attacks culture, knowledge and science and the constant threats to the S System, Danilo Miranda says that Sesc-SP remains firm in its mission to promote well-being and culture (in its wider)
A pioneer in the distribution of women's films in France and a filmmaker for over four decades, Ostrovsky talks about her look at cinema, her friendship with artist Ione Saldanha and her recent curatorship work for the Scratch Collection.
Fabio Szwarcwald had barely taken over the direction of the Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro (Mam Rio) when the coronavirus pandemic forced...