From April 5 to June 01, temporary exhibitions room, floor 1, will be on display six stories told in episodes of four tiles







O Rapaz de Bronze” inspired in Sophia de Mello Breyner
    “A Menina do Mar” inspired in Sophia de Mello Breyner 
    “Daniel: Pensador / Daniel: Sonhador” 
    “A Alga que queria casar” 
    “O Homem que queria ser Músico” 
    “O Menino quadrado”*







Ana Vilela, painter and ceramist will be telling her stories.
Illustrated in tile, the stories evolve themselves in panels of thirty-six tiles. Each set of four tiles is a leaf from the book, an episode of the story. There are stories inspired by the tales of Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen. Stories to go for a walk to the Oceanarium. Stories that make us think about what we can do for nature around us. Stories that invite readers to visit the Museum of Music. And, finally to discover a story in the National Tile Museum. This is really about Tiles.

Meeting with Ana Vilela April 5, Saturday, starting at 15:30, Room Ler + in the Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum).


The Room Ler + in the Museu Nacional do Azulejo (National Tile Museum) is a room for reading, integrated in the visit to the museum, is free and is intended as a stimulus for further discussions around the books, with a monthly programming.


*"The Boy of Brass"; "The Girl of the Sea"; "Daniel: Thinker / Daniel: Dreamer"; "The Seaweed who wanted to marry"; "The Man who wanted to be a musician"; "The Square Boy"



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