Holder of the UNESCO Chair -ULHT Education, Citizenship and Cultural Diversity. Principal Investigator FCT. Between 2007 and 2019, she was the Director of the Museology Area at ULHT, having coordinated the PhD and Masters programs in Museology. She is an Integrated Researcher at the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Education and Development (CeiED). R & D for the areas of Education, Heritage, Human Development and Museology. It develops its investigation in the scope of the Research group Culture, Memory and Territory, in the Themes: Museological Theory, Sociomuseology, Patrimony. Member of the C. Writing of the Revista Cadernos de Sociomuseologia and the Revista Lusófona de Educação. Professor of PhD and Master in Museology PhD in Education from Universidade Portucalense Infante D. Henrique (2007), Master in Museology from Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologia (2000) and graduated in Museology from Universidade Federal da Bahia (1996).
Maristela Simão, Brazilian, museologist and historian. PhD in Museology and Professor of the Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, in the Master’s and PhD in Museology and in undergraduated studies in Social Education, UNESCO consultant in the Education and Intangible Heritage, in addition to developing extension and research projects in the area of cultural management, exhibitions, socio-museology and heritage in Brazil and Portugal, where he currently resides.
Training in History and Archeology, Master in Heritage Recovery. Senior Technician in the Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage, in the Communication and Informatics Division; it organizes, in conjunction with Radio TSF, the radio program Encontros com o Património, collaborates in the production of promotional video spots and films for the dissemination of cultural heritage and is responsible for the production of content for leaflets, audiovisual platforms and texts for dissemination. Urban sketcher in his spare time.
Education in History, Cultural Tourism, Corporate and Digital Communication and Photography.
Senior technician in the Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage in the Communication and Informatics Division with the responsibility of dissemination and digital communication. Project management related to the dissemination of Cultural Heritage. Member of the editorial team of RP-Revista Património.
Illustrator with published works. Urban Sketcher.
Eduardo Duarte (b.1966) BA in Industrial Design (Escola Superior de Belas-Artes de Lisboa, 1990); MA in History of Art (Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, dissertation: “Carlos Amarante e o Final do Classicismo”, 1997); PhD in Art Sciences and Cultural Heritage (Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas-Artes, thesis: “Desenho Romântico Português. Cinco Artistas Desenham em Sintra”, 2007).
Assistant Professor in Art Sciences and Cultural Heritage (Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas-Artes).
Some publications: Carlos Amarante (1748-1815) e o Final do Classicismo. (2000). Porto: Faculdade de Arquitetura da Universidade do Porto; A Escultura na Primeira República. (2010). Coleção A República das Artes. Lisboa: Tugaland; articles, papers and chapters in: Monumentos; Arte Teoria; The Dictionary of Art. London: Macmillan Publishers/New York: Grove; Dicionário de Escultura Portuguesa; Os 250 Anos do Plano da Baixa.
Vilarigues works in the field of Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage in the area of Technical Art History and Materials Degradation. Her research motivation focus on the preservation of our material cultural history and on enriching the knowledge of our shared past through the history of historical objects. Since 2011, she is the Director of the Research Unit VICARTE (Vidro e Cerâmica para as Artes: Glass and Ceramic for the Arts, www.vicarte.org). VICARTE is devoted to trans-disciplinary research applied to glass and ceramics, focusing on where art and science intersect, and stimulating the sharing of knowledge, experiences and methodologies. She is also the coordinator of the Master in Glass Art and Science, a two-year course of study that leads students through both the scientific and artistic aspects of what makes glass the special state of matter that it is, and simultaneously offers students time, space, tools and experience in most traditional and innovative glassmaking techniques. Currently, at the national level she is regarded as a leader in research for historic glass and stained glass, and my work is recognized by the scientific community worldwide.
Pintor e Professor Auxiliar da Faculdade de Belas-Artes da Universidade de Lisboa. Possui uma licenciatura e doutoramento em Pintura pela FBAUL, especializando-se em Vidro e Vitral. Desde 1991 tem participado em várias exposições coletivas e individuais, tendo recebido prémios e distinções em pintura e desenho. Participou, em Portugal e no exterior, em diversos workshops sobre a arte do vidro, tendo apresentado os resultados das suas experiencias de investigação, letivas e artísticas, em palestras e conferências em Portugal, França, Itália, Alemanha, Reino Unido Grécia e Tunísia. É um dos membros fundadores da Unidade de Investigação Vicarte “Vidro e Cerâmica para as Artes” (www.vicarte.org) e foi presidente da APV, Associação Portuguesa do Vidro, de 2006 a 2009. Concebeu e realizou a escultura-troféu do prémio APOM (Associação Portuguesa de Museologia) 2017, 2018 e 2019. Frequentou a licenciatura em arquitectura da Universidade Lusíada (Lisboa) entre 1996 e 2000.