PROJECT TITLE

Sudário

ARTIST

Carlos Vergara

WHERE

Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Niterói – MAC

ADDRESS

Mirante da Boa Viagem, sem número, Niterói

VISITATION

  • 15/12/2013 a 23/02/2014
  • Tuesday to Sunday 10am – 6pm

CONCEPTION

Carlos Vergara

CURATOR

Guilherme Vergara

PRODUCTION

Automatica

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION

  • Mariana Schincariol de Mello
  • Ana Paula Vulcão

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Dínamo | Alexsandro Souza

LIGHTING

Rogério Magalhães

PROJECT MANAGER

Marisa S. Mello

PRESS RELATIONS

Barbara Chataignier

ASSEMBLY COORDINATOR

Marcelo Camargo

ASSEMBLY

  • Moises Barbosa
  • Daniele Cristina
  • Cal Camargo
  • Tiago Martins

CARLOS VERGARA STUDIO

COORDINATOR

João Vergara

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Stefanie Ferraz

ADIMINISTRACION

Alice Souto

MAC NITERÓI

GENERAL CURATOR-DIRECTOR

Luiz Guilherme Vergara

Using a practice already present in his work, monotype, Carlos Vergara prints on scarves traces of severeal areas where he passed along his career. In the exhibition Shroud at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Niteroi, are presented works carried out in places like India, Cappadocia, Kazakhstan, London, Pantanal, São Miguel das Missões and Salvador. In addition to the scarves, the exhibition consists of paintings, photographs worked in real and virtual 3D, photographs, monotypes in large format, video and installations. In the courtyard of the museum, are about 30 sculptures of “Freedom” project carried out with photographs and barred doors cells collected in the wreckage of the Frei Caneca Penitentiary.

The exhibition addresses, therefore, one of the fundamental features in the artist production: an artistic practice primarily accomplished by printing traces that gives the poetics of displacement and appropriation of places visited. “This is possible by my source on condition of transience, without ceasing to considering interpersonal relationships built in the process, which became important in the chain of my poetrya”, says the artist. Throughout this poetics of displacement and for more than five decades of artistic life, Carlos Vergara accumulated experience and intensive research in materials and work techniques. This exhibition is an invitation to travel and imagination.

PROJECT TITLE

Antonio Manuel

ARTIST

Antonio Manuel

WHERE

Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro

ADDRESS

Av. Infante Dom Henrique, 85, Parque do Flamengo, Rio de Janeiro

VISITATION

  • 13/12/2013 a 16/02/2014
  • Tuesday to Friday  12am – 6pm
  • Saturday, Sunday and holiday 12am – 7pm

CURATOR

Luis Camillo Osório

PRODUCTION

Automatica

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION

Arthur Moura

ASSISTANT ARTIST

Vitor Manuel

ARCHITECTURE

  • RUA Arquitetos| Pedro Évora
  • Izabel Barboni

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Sonia Barreto

LIGHTING

BeLight | Samuel Betts

SCENE SETS

  • Humberto Silva
  • Humberto Silva Junior

REVIEW

Rosalina Gouveia

PRESS RELATIONS

CW&A Comunicação

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

  • Ana Caillaux
  • Anita e Leoncio Schwartz
  • Beatriz Caillaux
  • Elizabeth e Marcus Vinicius Pratini de Moraes
  • Gilberto Chateaubriand
  • João Sattamini
  • Luis Antonio de Almeida Braga
  • Luisa Strina
  • MAC Niterói
  • Marcia e Luiz Chrysostomo
  • Mariano Marcondes Ferraz
  • Mario Caillaux
  • Marisa Abate
  • Marli Matsumoto
  • Paulo Venâncio Filho

VIDEO

The exhibition Antonio Manuel at the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro, covers the recent and new production of the artist, with two installations made especially for the location, and also emblematic works of his career, setting an unprecedented body of work, never assembled before. This exhibition presents to the public a significant sample of the artist’s production, from the 1980s until the present day.

For the exhibition, which occupies an area of about 1,800 square meters on the second floor of the museum, the artist recreates the installations “Fantasma” (1994/2013), Collection of the Museum – acquired through the Petrobras Visual Arts bidding in 2001 – “Frutos do Espaço” (1980/2013), “Ocupações/ Descobrimentos” (1998/ 2013), “Sucessão de Fatos” (2003/ 2013). Antonio Manuel is developing, especially for this show, two installations: “Até que a imagem desapareça” and “Nave” that uses water. About ten paintings from private collections and from the collection of the artist, produced between 1985 and 2013 and the video Semi-Ótica (1975) complete the exhibition.

The artist says, “is a set that was never presented and that communicates, an installation dialogue with the other. A common characteristic is that all facilities are participatory”.

PROJECT TITLE

Mitos do Contemporâneo

WHERE

Caixa Cultural Rio de Janeiro

ADRESS

Almirante Barroso, 121 – Centro, Rio de Janeiro

PROGRAM

  • 03/12 – 12/12/2013
  • Entrada Franca

CURATORS

  • Rafael Cardoso
  • Sérgio Martins

PARTICIPANTS

  • Briony Fer
  • Francisco Bosco
  • Frederico Coelho
  • Lorenzo Mammì
  • Luisa Duarte
  • Marcio Doctors
  • Marcus Faustini
  • Matheus Rocha Pitta
  • Moacir dos Anjos
  • Nelson Brissac
  • Paulo Herkenhoff
  • Paulo Sergio Duarte
  • Pedro Duarte
  • Roberto Conduru
  • Rodrigo Nunes
  • Tania Rivera
  • Waltercio Caldas

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Marisa S. Mello

PRODUCTION

Luisa Hardman

DESIGN

Dínamo | Alexsandro Souza

PROOF READER

Duda Costa

VIDEO

The seminar Myths of Contemporary questioned a notion familiar to us, but which escapes from any simple definition: the contemporary. Each roundtable took as starting point a myth – a dominant perception, commonplace or an assumption – about art and contemporary culture. The seminar brought together artists, critics, historians and intellectuals from different fields in order to encourage discussions that go beyond cliches and is open to further discussions. Two weeks of discussions on the central role that the notion of contemporary plays in the relationship of artistic practice with its history, with the geography of their movement and the discourses that surround it and the aesthetic and political positions that guided.

TITLE OF PROJECT

Perfume de Princesa

ARTIST

Wagner Malta Tavares

LOCAL

Museu da Cidade de São Paulo

ADDRESS

Rua Roberto Simonsen, 136-B – Metro Sé, São Paulo

VISITATION

  • 11/03/2013 a 03/02/2014
  • Tuesday to Sunday 9am – 5pm

PRODUCTION

Automatica

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Luisa Hardman

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Marisa S. Mello

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Dínamo | Alexsandro Souza

PROJECT ADMINISTRATION

Carolina Lima

TEXT

José  Bento Ferreira

PROOFREADING

Duda Costa

TRANSLATION

John Norman

ASSEMBLAGE

Metal Calhas

REALIZATION

  • Museu da Cidade,
  • Prefeitura de São Paulo
  • e Secretaria de Cultura

CURATOR COUNCIL

  • Henrique Siqueira
  • Douglas de Freitas
  • Monica Caldiron

CONSERVATION COUNCIL

  • Nalu Medeiros
  • Leila Antero

TRAINEE

Paola Ribeiro

SUPPORT

IFF International Flavors & Fragrances Inc.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

  • Carlos Kiyoshi Okamoto
  • Diogo Medeiros de Freitas
  • Dionisio Ferenc
  • Eloisa Maria F. M. Rodrigues
  • Franz Lizst
  • Jordão Corrêa Neto
  • Marilia Razuk
  • Roberto Loeb

Perfume de Princesa/Princess Perfume is the title of the new installation by the artist Wagner Malta Tavares. The work exudes different aromatic compounds along the route used by the public of the alley named “Beco do Pinto” and centenarians buildings of Casa da Imagem and Solar da Marquesa de Santos, in São Paulo.

Consists of a brushed metal tube with 350 m long, which at first glance may seem like just part of the structure of the houses, but soon draws attention to its movement. The tube runs through the floor, conducts rounds in itself, zigzags handrails and crosses windows without disturbing the circulation through the spaces.

Their odors ranging from roses and jasmine to corporeal scents, that were researched and created from a folk tale about Marquesa de Santos, according to which, the mistress of D. Pedro I left flowers through the house to transmit, by the smell, her mood on the day.

PROJECT TITLE

  • 17ª Edição do Projeto Respiração
  • Marcos Chaves – I only have eyes for you

ARTIST

Marcos Chaves

LOCAL

Fundação Eva Klabin

ADDRESS

Av. Epitácio Pessoa, 2480, Lagoa, Rio de Janeiro

VISITATION

  • 09/03/2013 to 11/10/2013
  • Tuesday to Sunday 2am – 6pm
  • Free admission

CURATOR

Marcio Doctors

PRODUCTION

Automatica

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION

  • Ana Paula Vulcão
  • Arthur Moura

LIGHTING AND PROJECTIONS

Belight

RENAISSANCE ROOM VIDEO:

IMAGE CAPTURE

  • Marcos Chaves
  • David Pacheco

ASSEMBLAGE

Bernardo Jucá

DINING ROOM SOUND:

RECORDING

  • Rossano Snel
  • Marcos Chaves
  • Daniel Rangel

MIXING

Rossano Snel

VIDEO HOT WIDOW (WINDOW):

PHOTOGRAPHY

Marcos Chaves

ASSEMBLAGE

Bernardo Jucá

VIDEO

Marcos Chaves – I only have eyes for you is the 17th edition of the Breathing Project, which brings important names in contemporary art to intervene in Eva Klabin Foundation since 2004.

Marcos Chaves interventions conducted in six areas of the house-museum in the Lagoa, creating a shift in time and a lightness by incorporating contemporary elements, freeing the space of what characterizes without uncharacterized.

According to the Project curator, Marcio Doctors, “Marcos Chaves work is marked by semantic games verb/visual that resignify the original meaning of things, creating small displacements through a subtle perception that combines irony, humor and double meanings, revealing unrevealed aspects of everyday reality. ”

PROJECT TITLE

Feminismo in motion

LOCAL

Galeria Olido

ADDRESS

Avenida São João, 473,  1 andar, Centro

VISITATION

  • 08/25 to /09/30
  • Tuesday to Saturday 1pm – 8pm
  • Sunday 1pm – 7pm
  • Free admission

GENERAL COORDINATION

SOF – Sempreviva Organização Feminista

PRODUCTION

Automatica

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Marisa S. Mello

PRODUCTION

Luisa Hardman

ARCHITECTURE

Claudia Afonso

VISUAL PROGRAMMING

Natalia Zapella

SCENOGRAPHY

Artos Cenografia

ASSEMBLERS

  • Eloah Melo
  • Deborah Santiago Guimarães

TEXTS

  • Tica Moreno
  • Miriam Nobre

PROOFREADING

  • Duda Costa

GRAPHIC PROOF, POSTERS OF THE WORLD MARCH OF WOMEN

AND BANNERS

Biba Rigo

PHOTOGRAPHY

  • Arquivo MMM
  • Anderson Barbosa
  • Daniela Carrasco
  • Marta Baião
  • Carolina Caleffi
  • Bruna Provazi
  • Elaine Campos
  • Fafa Souza
  • Fernanda Estima
  • Gabriel Uchida
  • Joaquim Duarte
  • João Zinclair
  • Marcela Mattos
  • Maria José Vidal
  • Marcos Aragão
  • Rafael Ferreira
  • Roberto Parizotti
  • Thamy Radomile
  • Vinicius Campos

VIDEOS

Changing the world and changing the lives of women in one motion. Equality for all. Strengthening collective spaces for women: popular, autonomous and diverse. Share with creativity to confront patriarchal capitalism. Building alliances with social movements in struggle to transform the world. Bind the permanent work locally with global issues and processes. Solidarity and internationalism. These are the main features that led to the construction of the World March of Women (WMW) as a permanent move.

With projections, photographs and historical materials, the exhibition Feminism in motion presents the life, actions and main themes addressed by the World March of Women, international feminist movement organized in 62 countries and present in around 150.

This is an opportunity to provide reflections on the origin of the problems facing women today and the alternative of resistance that the feminist movement has.

PROJECT TITLE

Recent Paintings

WHERE

Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro

ADRESS

Av. Infante Dom Henrique, 85 – Parque do Flamengo

VISITATION

  • 10/08 a 06/10/13
  • Tuesday to Friday 12am – 6pm
  • Saturdays, Sundays and holidays 12am – 7pm

CURATOR

Jacopo Crivelli Visconti

PRODUCTION

Automatica

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION

Arthur Moura

ASSEMBLY

  • Thiago Branco Barboteo
  • Cazé Araújo

SCENOGRAPHY

Glauber Silva

TRANSPORT

Vanguardian Transportes Especializados

INSURANCE

Pro Affinité Consultoria e Corretagem de Seguros Ltda.

ACKOWLEDGEMENTS

  • Coleção BGA – Brazil Golden Art
  • Galeria Celma Albuquerque
  • Galeria Fortes Vilaça
  • Galeria Silvia Cintra + Box 4
  • Museu Oscar Niemeyer
  • Nathalie Bacellar
  • Paulo Darzé Galeria de Arte

Recent Paintings is the name of the exhibition of the artist Leda Catunda, on show at the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro.

With strong and vibrant colors, the works in the exhibition are made in acrylic paint on canvas and or fabric.

In some works, however, there is the introduction of other elements, such as plastic and velvet.

The result is a surface bulky and stewed, which goes beyond the pictorial plane. The works were produced between 2010 and 2013, in large formats.

According to the artist, the work ”refer to the issue of identification of the subject with some kind of image.”

The curator of the show, Jacopo Crivelli Visconti, explains the concept of the exhibition, ”logos, images, colors, symbols, numbers: all the visual repertoire of the sport appears in these works, each element competing with each other, trying to superimpose to those around you, to fill every inch of space available,” concludes Visconti.

PROJECT TITLE

Crer em Fantasmas

ARTISTS

  • Daniel Lannes
  • Flávio Araujo
  • Thiago Martins de Melo
  • Fábio Baroli
  • Fábio Magalhães

WHERE

Caixa Cultural Brasilia

ADRESS

SBS Quadra 4, lotes 3/4 – Brasilia – DF

VISITATION

  • 05/15 – 06/30/2013
  • Tuesday to Sunday 9am – 9pm
  • Free Admission

CURATOR

Marcelo Campos

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Marisa S. Mello

PRODUCTION

Arthur Moura

Mariana Schincariol de Mello

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Luisa Hardman

LOCAL PRODUCER

4 Art Produções Culturais | Daiana Castilho Dias

DESIGN AND EXPOGRAPHY

Dínamo | Alexsandro Souza

SCENOGRAPHY

LM Cenografia

LIGHTING

T19 Projetos de Arte e Cultura Ltda.

WORKS’ TRANSPORTATION

Millenium

PROOFREADING

Duda Costa

Crer em fantasmas, exhibition in Caixa Cultural Brasília, with curatorship of Marcelo Campos, presentes the production of young brazilian painters: Daniel Lannes, Fábio Baroli, Fábio Magalhães, Flávio Araujo e Thiago Martins de Melo.

The exhibition intent to get together current works with enphazis in the notion of territory estimulated by the fact that each artist is from a diferent state of the country: Maranhão, Bahia, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro e Pará. A scenery of multiple identities, with ample discussions and original pictorial repertoires on the brazilian contemporaneity.

 

PROJECT TITLE

Travessias 2 – Arte Contemporânea na Maré

ARTISTS

  • Arjan Martins
  • Cadu
  • Carlos Vergara
  • Daniel Senise
  • Ernesto Neto
  • Lucas Bambozzi
  • Luiza Baldan
  • Marcelo Silveira
  • Ratão Diniz
  • Vik Muniz

WHERE

Galpão Bela Maré

ADDRESS

Rua Bittencourt Sampaio, 169, entre as passarelas 9 e 10 da Av. Brasil – Maré, Rio de Janeiro

VISITATION

  • 04/13 – 06/23/2013
  • Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 5pm
  • Free admission

CURATORS

  • Raul Mourão
  • Felipe Scovino

EXECUTION

  • Observatório de Favelas
  • Automatica

COORDINATION

  • Observatório de Favelas
  • Jailson de Souza e Silva
  • Jorge Luis Barbosa
  • Elionalva Sousa Silva
  • Erasmo Carlos de Oliveira Castro
  • Mário Pires simão
  • Raquel Willadino Braga
  • Dalcio Marinho Gonçalves

PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT

Automatica

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

EXECUTIVE PRODUCTION

Mariana Schincariol de Mello

PRODUCTION

  • Ana Paula Vulcão
  • Luisa Hardman

MANAGEMENT

  • Marisa S. Mello
  • Carolina Lima

COORDINATION ASSISTANT

  • Produção Galpão BELA
  • Fabiana Gomes

GALPÃO BELA’S INTERN

Isabela Carpena

CONTENT COORDINATION

Gabriela Moulin

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM COORDINATION

  • Ana Luiza Faro
  • Janis Clémen

EDUCATIONAL TEAM

  • Alessandra Alves
  • Carolina Aleixo
  • Daniel Remilik
  • David Alfredo
  • Jean Carlos de Souza
  • Marcia Pereira
  • Monique Moraes
  • Noelle Araújo
  • Núbia Alves
  • Sandra Tomé

GRAPHIC DESIGN

  • Quinta-feira |
  • Tonho
  • Miguel Nóbrega

ARCHITECTURE

  • Rua Arquitetos |
  • Pedro Évora

LIGHTING

Belight

SCENE SETS

  • Free Art Móveis
  • Robson Borges da Silva

WOODWORK

Free Art Móveis

DIGITAL MEDIA

14

PRESS OFFICE

Approach

MOBILIZATION

  • Redes de Desenvolvimento da Maré
  • Alberto Aleixo
  • Henrique Gomes

PHOTOGRAPHY RECORD

  • David Marcos
  • Imagens do Povo

AUDIOVISUAL RECORD

  • 14
  • Agência Diálogo

CARETAKER

Wilson Sanches de Lima

SPONSORSHIP

  • Petrobras
  • Edital Pró-Artes Visuais da Prefeitura do Rio / Secretaria Municipal de Cultura

VIDEOS

Exhibition, educational program, debates and workshops.

Travessias is a project aiming to incorporate the favela of Maré and its inhabitants into the map of visual arts, highlighting the role of Brazilian contemporary art and artists in the process of urban and esthetics integration.

Art can be a powerful connection among parts, widening possibilities and encouraging conversations. It also stimulates encounters between residents, critics, curators, gallerists, artists, students and others who are interested in transforming the way people look and in building a more democratic territory.

Raul Mourão and Felipe Scovino are the curators of the exhibition and it shows 10 brazilian contemporary artists: Arjan Martins, Cadu, Carlos Vergara, Daniel Senise, Ernesto Neto, Lucas Bambozzi, Luiza Baldan, Marcelo Silveira, Ratão Diniz e Vik Muniz.

Visit www.travessias.org.br

PROJECT TITLE

Contos sem reis

ARTIST

Laercio Redondo

WHERE

Casa França Brasil

ADRESS

Rua Visconde de Itaboraí, 78, Centro, Rio de Janeiro

VISITATION

  • 16/03 – 05/05/2013
  • Tuesday to Sunday 10am – 8pm
  • Frre Admission

CURATOR

Frederico Coelho

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION

  • Mariana Schincariol de Mello
  • Ana Paula Vulcão
  • Arthur Moura

PROJECT MANAGER

Marisa S. Mello

PROJECT ADMINISTRATION

Carolina Lima

ARCHITECTURE

Birger Lipinski

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Giselle Macedo

EXHIBITION INSTALLATION

Trampolim

LIGHTING

Belight | Samuel Betts

JOINERY

CR Móveis | Carlos Alberto Alves

SILKSCREEN

  • Agustinho Coradello
  • Francisco das Chagas Dantas da Silva

VIDEO

Elisa Pessoa

PHOTOGRAPHY

Sergio Araújo

VOICEOVER

Lucas Weglinski

SOUND

Boca do trombone

PRESS RELATIONS

Meise Halabi

PROOFREADING

  • Nova Leitura | Amanda Cadore
  • Evillyn Kjellin

TRANSLATION

  • Peter Lenny MCIL
  • Marilia Rebello

ACERVO DEBRET

  • Biblioteca Brasiliana Guita
  • José Mindlin – USP

CASA FRANÇA-BRASIL

DIRECTOR

Evangelina Seiler

ADVISER

Fátima Santiago

PROJECTS COORDINATOR

Jeanine Toledo

PROJECTS ASSISTANT

Daniel Jablonski

COMMUNICATIONS

Lívia Ferraz

ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM

  • Fabiana Oliveira
  • Fernando Seabra
  • Sandra Helena da Silva
  • Tânia Santana
  • Valdeci Costa Lima

INTERNS

  • Daniel Fernandes Dias
  • Negra Maria Gomes

MEDIATOR TRAINING AT EAV PARQUE LAGE

  • Cristina de Pádula
  • Maria Tornaghi
  • Tania Queiroz

MEDIATORS

  • Bender Arruda Dutra
  • Carolina Nóbrega de Lima
  • Gisele da Cunha Nery
  • Jade Medeiros Tavares
  • Wanderson Telles Guedes
  • Patrícia Reis Ferreira da Silva

VIDEOS

Contos sem Reis (Tales with no Kings) is a solo show exhibition by the artist Laercio Redondo, curated by Frederico Coelho.

Continuously using books, films, characters or historical events as a starting point, the work of Laercio deals with memory and forgetfulness (whether voluntary or not), revealing and expanding these invisible processes through images and installations.

In Contos sem reis, the artist revolves the history of Casa França Brasil, using the building as a symbol of the city of Rio de Janeiro, once capital of the Brazilian Empire. Designed by Grandjean de Montigny, architect of the French Mission to Brazil, this building is the most important example of neoclassical architecture in the city. Inaugurated by the king Dom João VI in 1820, as the first Commerce Square in Rio de Janeiro, it was turned into the Custom House by the emperor Dom Pedro I just four years later, when Brazil recently had gained its independency.

PROJECT TITLE

Amor

ARTIST

Luiz Zerbini

WHERE

Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro

ADRESS

Av. Infante Dom Henrique, 85 – Parque do Flamengo, Rio de Janeiro

VISITATION

  • 18/10 – 09/12/2012
  • Tuesday to Friday 12am – 6pm
  • Saturdays, Sundays and holidays
  • 12am – 7pm

PRODUCTION COORDINATOR

Luiza Mello

PRODUCTION

  • Arthur Moura
  • Mariana Schincariol de Mello
  • Mariana Veluk

PROJECT MANAGER

Marisa S. Mello

PROJECT ADMINISTRATION

Carolina Lima

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Zot

LIGHTING

BeLight | Samuel Betts

SCENOGRAPHY

Camuflagem

ARCHITECTURE

Rua Arquitetos | Pedro Évora

PROOFREADING

Duda Costa

ENGLISH VERSION

Paul Webb

PRESS RELATIONS

CW&A Comunicação

LEGAL COUNSEL

Álvaro Piquet Pessoa

Video

Download Electronic Catalog

Love, exhibition of Luiz Zerbini, is the largest solo exhibition about the trajectory of the artist. The show brings together a significant number of works produced in the last decade, including paintings, drawings, collages and an installation consisting of a large wooden table where elements used as reference in recent years by artist are mixed together: projects, newspaper clippings , slides, plants, twigs and insects.

The exhibition presents a large collection of works that show the diversity of the production of this important artist who emerged in the 1980s and reaches maturity and explored various languages, such as video, sculpture, photography, music, drawing, painting, graphic arts, environments and facilities.