The Sacred Art Center of the Carlos Machado Museum holds the exhibition “Life, Ways of Using - Essay on donations from the last 10 years”.
«The Carlos Machado Museum is the oldest museum in the Azores. It is the first museum in the Azores and it appeared precisely in the context of natural history. Natural History is the foundation collection of the museum and it occurred midst the confluences and meetings between naturalists who frequently visited the Azores».
Duarte Manuel Espírito Santo Melo
The Carlos Machado Museum presents the exhibition "Life, Ways of Using - Essay on donations from the last 10 years"
New exhibition consists of objects donated to the Museum over the last decade.
Visit the exhibition «Life, Ways of Using _ Essay on donations from the last 10 years» by Luísa Cardoso.
The exhibition will be open until the end of the year at the Sacred Art Center, former Igreja do Colégio, from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 5:30 pm.
«It is a full exhibition because it is born from a full gesture that overflows, which is the gift».
«Dr. Luísa intended to honor everything that goes on inside the home and the people who offered these pieces».
Jesuit's College Church and Sacred Art Center of the Carlos Machado Museum in the Azores.
Carlos Machado Museum presents a new image.
World Sight Day, or internationally known as WSD (World Sight Day) - has been celebrated since the year 2000, every second Thursday of October. This date was created to draw the public's attention on the prevention of visual impairment and to raise public awareness on this topic.
The Carlos Machado Museum, in Ponta Delgada, marked the International Day of Museums with the inauguration of a video installation entitled 'Sacred Art under a futuristic perspective'.
The work was developed by a 12th-year Visual Arts class at the Antero de Quental Secondary School.
On the International Museum Day: «The Museum is a rich place as a cultural space that has the obligation to be a guardian of heritage…» and «Construction work to house the Museum's collections is being held thinking about the future».
The Carlos Machado Museum celebrates, on May 18th, the International Day of Museums with a visit to the exhibition “Footprints are Bridges”, by André Almeida e Sousa, and with the presentation of the video-installation “Sacred Art under a futuristic perspective ”, developed by the 12th-E Visual Arts class at the Antero de Quental Secondary School, Ponta Delgada, within the “Museum and School” project.