RAMA's general program promotes Territory - Community - Sustainability.
Aimed at the knowledge of the territory's characteristics and potential, the program develops in the relationship between contemporary art, traditional knowledge, science and education.
RAMA organizes workshops, lectures, exhibitions, interviews, visits, meetings with the community and with experts invited to share knowledge, learning and experimentation.
Guest artist Carla Rebelo in conversation with curator João Silvério
January 22nd at 6pm
Photography credits to Pedro Duarte Gonçalves
Excerpt from the text of exhibition “Um momento que se repete continuamente”, 2018
"Carla Rebelo creates a totality from fragments, a time outside time that inhabits her sculptures drawings and books' materiality and beauty. There are lines that cross and intertwine, fabrics, leaves, tree barks...
Manuel Valente Alves, 2018
Practical online course with artist Carla Rebelo
Artistic creation from a place
Dates: Wednesdays, 6:00-7:30 pm, on Fabruary 10th, 17th, 24th and March 3rd. Saturday, March 13th at 11am.
Photography credits to Pedro Duarte Gonçalves
In this course we start from a physical place, a real or imagined one, a literal one or from a memory, with the aim of crating a piece of art. From this place, which mirrors a relationship with Nature, we will start a discovery process, by exploring an idea until the completion of a piece that will be “installed” in that chosen place.
Guest artist Ana Pérez-Quiroga in conversation with curator João Silvério
19 de fevereiro às 18h
credito Fotográfico: João Silveira Ramos
Her themes are centered on everyday life and its mapping, the importance of common objects and gender issues, materialized in different supports: installation, objects, photography, textiles and performance.
Guest artist Susana Mendes Silva in conversation with curator João Silvério
16 de Dezembro às 18h
Photography credits to Antónia Gaeta
Her work incorporates elements of research and archival practice that leads to the creation of works whose historical and political references become visible as exhibitions, actions and performances that employ a wide variety of media.
Guest artist Cecília Costa in conversation with curator João Silvério
November 7th, at 5pm
"through various media such as drawing, sculpture, video and installation, her work has focused on the relationship between art and science, a fact to which her dual academic training in mathematics and visual arts will not be unrelated".
Walk with Pedro Bonifácio, Sociedade de História Natural
Through fossils trails...
Saturday, November 21st, at 10:30am
Open air activity
We will go back 150 million years, until the Upper Jurassic period. The landscape of the old Lusitanian Basin is made up of ponds, swamps, rivers, where the largest animals that ever existed exist: the dinosaurs.
Outdoors drawing practice and experimentation
with artist Paulo Brighenti and guest artists
fortnightly, Saturdays 10:30 am -12:30 pm
Outdoors drawing practice and experimentation, in paths through nature.
POSTPONED TO 2021 DUE TO COVID-19- PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR FURTHER NEWS
AND WE HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US NEXT YEAR.
Walk through the countryside with Conceição Colaço Researcher of the Instituto Superior de Agronomia.
POSTPONED TO 2021 DUE TO COVID-19
PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR FURTHER NEWS AND WE HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US NEXT YEAR.
A commented tour through the countryside, observing nature, flora and the recognition of species, their characteristics, involving questions about ecology and sustainability.
Theoretical Course with Manuela Braga, professor of Theory and Art History
NEW DATES: 7, 14, 21, 28 october and 4 november from 5.30PM to 7.30 PM
Nature and Art - Ways around
Art derives from the oldest ethic - technique; Nature refers to the place from where everything sprouts; the city is circumscribed in the perimeter drawn in the open space around it - the wild and urban come together.
Guest artist Ana Vidigal in conversation with curator João Silvério
24 October at 5pm
“Ana Vidigal uses painting, collage, assemblage and installation as processes of decontextualization and reconfiguration of images taken from various sources, exploring social and political values, talking about time and the memories they carry.”
Guest artist Cristina Ataíde in conversation with curator João Silvério
21 September at 5pm
"Her work, often made on a journey, transits between sculpture and drawing, photography and video. Her concern with nature and its preservation is one of the characteristics of her work and research".