Agitagueda

agitagueda

Why visit agitágueda?

DAYS OF ANIMATION VISIT ÁGUEDA! AgitÁgueda makes an unparalleled contribution to the cultural landscape of the city. Since 2006, some 500 music groups and artists have been on stage.

When is agitágueda 2018?

AgitÁgueda runs from July 2 to 24 this year, and we are celebrating it with classy music and fun activities. ‘AgitÁgueda’ means festival of music in Portuguese.

What is public art at agitãGueda?

While the term street art calls to mind contemporary mural painting, the public art projects at AgitÁgueda range from traditional two-dimensional works on walls to installations that make use of existing structures. One of the most famous pieces from the event is a permanent work from 2012 called the Colored Umbrellas.

What does Águeda mean?

Águeda ( Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈaɣɨðɐ] ( listen)) is a city and a municipality Portugues. According to the Portuguese 2011 census, the municipality of Águeda had 47,729 inhabitants, in an area of 335.27 km².

Why go to agitágueda in July?

Why you may ask? Águeda has an art festival on in July for three weeks called AgitÁgueda. AgitÁgueda has many events, parades, flash mobs, concerts and workshops. The most important and beautiful event in Águeda is the Umbrella Sky Project. The Umbrella Sky Project began in 2011.

What to do in Agitagueda?

AgitÁgueda A gigantic tent in the Zona Ribeira park is the base for a spirited annual cultural even that is now more than a decade old. For three weeks in July there’s a packed schedule of concerts and workshops, and the event coincides with sensational public art installations.

When is agitágueda 2018?

AgitÁgueda runs from July 2 to 24 this year, and we are celebrating it with classy music and fun activities. ‘AgitÁgueda’ means festival of music in Portuguese.

What to do in Águeda in July?

Águeda has an art festival on in July for three weeks called AgitÁgueda. AgitÁgueda has many events, parades, flash mobs, concerts and workshops. The most important and beautiful event in Águeda is the Umbrella Sky Project.

What is public art?

Public art is a reflection of how we see the world – the artist’s response to our time and place combined with our own sense of who we are. In a diverse society, all art cannot appeal to all people, nor should it be expected to do so. Art attracts attention; that is what it is supposed to do.

Why create public art in the first place?

When locals participate in creating public art, these effects are amplified. A 2018 London-based survey found that 84% of respondents believed participating in public art projects benefited their well-being. Murals, in particular, are great for artistic placemaking and city marketing.

What makes public art accessible?

Since the early twentieth century, public art commissions have made art installations accessible to the local community who can walk around and interact with it.

What are the effects of public art on communities?

However, one of the most meaningful effects of public art is that it creates what urban designer Mitchell Reardon calls “community fingerprints”—spaces that make people feel represented, foster community ties, and give people a sense of ownership and belonging in their neighborhoods.

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