CIAJG, also know as Centro Internacional das Artes José de Guimarães, is one of the must visit cultural structures of Guimarães. As a museum, CIAJG aims to put history into perspective, providing new looks into visual arts and design from within its modern, brutalist-like facilities
Centro Cultural Vila Flor
A remnant of Guimarães’s time as European Capital of Culture, CCVF is one of the most prominent venues nationwide, not only due to its state-of-the-art infra-structures but also thanks to its ongoing programming, reaching all mediums and hosting artists from all expressions.
Inaugurated over 80 years ago, Teatro Jordão is also where Guimarães Conservatorium of Music is located, thus being a place of excellence for music. Located in the city centre, Teatro Jordão reverberates the city’s uncanny architectural style and history.
Teatro São Mamede
Initially devised as a venue for screening films in the early 70s form within the centre of the city of Guimarães, Teatro São Mamede evolved into a multidisciplinary venue ready to host performance art of any kind as well. Its room is capable of adapting to many scenarios, from shows demanding a sit-down situation to more dance-floor-oriented settings.
About Mucho Flow
Since its inception in 2013, Mucho Flow has been a hallmark for experimentation in the Portuguese music scene. This has been done not only by providing a stage for artists to explore new avenues, but also by bringing experimentation into the curatorship processes and raising challenges to keep each new edition as fresh as possible. Mucho Flow has thus avoided the repetition, the monotone, and the one genre-only approach, setting out in pursuit of the new, the first-timers and the up-and-coming, rules that define its 9th edition, scheduled for the 4th and 5th of November, in Guimarães, Portugal.
This year’s lineup will be crossing genres, geographies and mediums, whilst anticipating trends. Whatever tickles your bone, you’ll find something to engage with at Mucho Flow.
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