MEETING WITH ESAP-TIAGO VIEIRA DA SILVA

15 DEC
11.00 h.
Casa das Campás

FREE ENTRY

ESAP- TIAGO VIEIRA DA SILVA

ESAP – Escola Superior Artística de Porto, is located in the city center of Porto and was established by the Cooperative of Higher Artistic Education of Porto (CESAP), a non-profit public utility entity established in May 1982. Specialized in architecture, plastic and intermediate arts, visual arts, cinema, audiovisuals and theatre, it is a reference organisation on the peninsular and European university scene. Promoting the confluence between theory, research, curatorship, the professional sector and artists, it reveals that this is the way for educational projects to aspire to excellence and improve the cultural and socio-economic outlook of the territory in which they are developed.

Novos Cinemas invited the teacher and Technician Responsible for the Office of External and International Relations, and director of the Department of Image Arts at ESAP, Tiago Vieira da Silva, to share with our audience the singularities of this avant-garde project.


Tiago Vieira da Silva has a PhD in Communication Sciences (University of Minho). He holds a master’s degree in Communication, Art and Culture, also from the University of Minho and a bachelor in Film Studies at the Escola Superior Artística do Porto. Visiting professor at ESAP (Escola Superior Artística do Porto). He is content manager of the Virtual Museum of Lusophony, current Cultural Unit of the University of Minho, and was also part of the international project “Memories, Cultures and Identities: How the past weights on the present-day intercultural relations between Mozambique and Portugal”, and collaborated on the national project “Mapping and Critical Senses of the Photographic Archive of the Companhia de Diamantes de Angola (Diamang)”. He is currently researcher on the project “MigraMediaActs: Migrations, media and activisms in Portuguese language: decolonising mediascapes and imagining alternative futures” (PTDC/COM-CSS/3121/2021). Researcher in CEAA/ESAP and CECS/UMINHO.