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OPEN WEEK 2018

From Monday to Friday there were concerts, installations, pop-up exhibitions, film sessions and performances throughout the city.

19.02

NINA & EMANUEL FERNANDES @ CENTÉSIMA PAGINA 19.02

The week officially opened in the Livraria Centésima Página with a peformance of Fernando 'Lobo' w/ guitar by Emanuel Fernandes, followed by acoustic concert of the guitarist with Niña, the Romanian artist and co-founder of Locked Room Sessions. The stage was decorated with Lobo da Arte paintings.

20.02

DUARTE @ SKILLS THE ONE 20.02

Turn of Anaísa Silva, an artist from Porto that is starting a young but awesome career and

DuArte, a project of the Braga native Renato and Constança Duarte at Skills Skateshop.

21.02

Late night concerts by Felipe Breier, a Brazilian musician based in Portugal and Txiribit members of the Apart Project.

All this in the GuestHouse SYnergia, space that received the I Edition of Locked Room Sessions. The room was decorated with works by Lobo da Arte.

At night in the space TOCA there was a projection of national and international short films with a total of 13 shorts, having been projected in before countries like Brazil, China & Romania.

There was also place for debate around the works mediated by Miguel d'Almeida, a visual artist from Braga and co-founder of Locked Room Sessions.

22.02

Almost at the end of the week there were still two concerts at the Rosa Chok Vintage, a new project from Valdemar Gomes, a homemade artist, singer of acoustic music from the soul dubbed Novamente Vago.

& Jhonatas Gonçalo a Brazilian musician starting his solo career, brings his own compositions that discuss being, love and other everyday issues



23.02


Pop- Up exhibitions

Lobo da Arte at Estudio22

Lobo da Arte at Barhaus

Luís ¨China¨ at Destilado

HANNELE TORO @ JUNO CAFÉ

PAUSA by Eva Barbosa

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