Temporarily closed due to the coronavirus pandemic
The House of Culture of Canaã dos Carajás was inaugurated in 2004, in the municipality that lends its name, in southeastern Pará.
It was thought of as a meeting place, a space for free thinking and creating. It congregates exhibition spaces, auditorium, music and ballet rooms, patio for workshops, reading room with more than 5,000 literary works, as well as an external area for events. All of its spaces invite visitors to socialize, share and learn together.
The cultural space, created and maintained by Vale and which now integrates the Vale Cultural Institute, plays a role in guarding and registering the city’s historical collection, and as a cultural diffuser in the region. In this sense, it promotes exhibitions, film screenings, reading clubs, storytelling, music, dance, circus and theater shows, in addition to maintaining a music and dance school, where children and young people have the opportunity to participate free, classical ballet classes, singing, guitar, recorder, children’s music and traditional percussion of Pará.
Photographs showing history at the corridors of House of Culture of Canaã dos Carajás
Learn more about the House of Culture of Canaã dos Carajás and participate in the online programming:
Click on the image to enlarge
Sarau Virtual project of House of Culture of Canaã dos Carajás AI Menina music from Lia Sophia
Celebration for the 25th anniversary of House of Culture of Canaã dos Carajás.