On Friday, November 20, at 15:00, at the Portuguese Language Center at TSU (Building II, room 203), Diana Cunha presented a conference on Graça Morais’ work, a Portuguese contemporary painter from Trás-os-Montes, in the deep heart of Portugal Northeast, who offers a very interesting and rich path in what concerns biographic and artistic details. Regarding her vast work, Diana chose to focus the presentation on a selection of paintings representing daily scenes, exploring some Portuguese cultural and traditional habits, while analyzing aesthetic and technical features of the artist’s work.
[Graça Morais | Self portrait]
Diana Cunha was born in Porto in 1989. She studied History of Art at Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto and she holds an MA in Portuguese History of Art.
This event is part of a second edition of the series of Conferences/Workshops in English titled “Portuguese and Brazilian Culture for Beginners”, taking place throughout the present academic year at the Portuguese Language Center at TSU and is open to anyone who wishes to know a bit more about Portugal and Brazil’s traditions, music, literature, society, cultural heritage, etc..
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