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Saturday 19


Art Opening Preview- Art works by Lotti Klink

Born in Zurich, Switzerland. She visited various workshops and painting courses (locally and abroad) and studied at Art School Wetzikon, Switzerland.


Her paintings show geometric and playful shapes, rough structures, earthy natural and strong shades. From the beginning nothing is fixed. Her work is progressive and characterised through emotions, intuition, spontaneity as she tries to live out moods, inner visions, sensations or the pure energy on the canvas. Layer by layer she moves from creative chaos to exciting compositions, creating images with depth, space and density. Her visions and themes grew towards abstract work. This gives the viewer the freedom for their own interpretation.


Various exhibitions in Switzerland and Portugal.

Member of the artists group “AlgarveArtistsNetwork” AAN.

Member of the artists group “Algarve Society of Artists” ASA


Visit her website: www.lottiklink.com

Sunday 27



Please Note: Sadly due to the increase of the  positive Covid infections  in the municipality we have decided to postpone our Market scheduled for Sunday, 27 June  until it is safe to do so.As a responsible organisation we do not not wish to contribute to the possibility of further risk to our municipality. As time is short please help by passing this on to as many people as possible to avoid further  inconvenience.


Market at the Museum

Our annual market is being held on Sunday 27 June from 10:00 to 16:00h and entrance is free.

This is one of our many inter-cultural events that embrace the foreign communities living in São Bras de Alportel and its parishes, giving them the opportunity to get acquainted with local traditions and customs. There will be different international snacks on offer as well as sweets, delicious cakes, jams and marmalade, different types of bread, aromatic oils and spices, special teas and much more for our gastronomes. 

Besides food, books and paintings, art and handicrafts, pottery and ceramics, jewelry, flowers, herbs and plants and lots more attractive and interesting items will be on sale on the many stalls surrounding the lawns and in the galleries.

As in past years, we will have a corner for helping raise some much needed funds for the abandoned dogs, pups and kittens of Sao Bras. Visit the Tombola stall that also has second hand books and handicrafts. All proceeds to help neutering and re-homing.

For refreshments, the bar, café and food stalls are open all day.

We invite you to come along and bring your friends, family and guests to share a wonderful day in the unique atmosphere of the Museum gardens.


Sunday 11


New Orleans Band - Jazz concert in the museum garden

Booking required