MoCA and GHAG conducted 4th Heritage Hour on 10th July 2021 at 16:00 IST on the ‘Pulpits of Goa’ by Ms. Hilda Frias.
In the early years of the Portuguese presence in Goa, the desire to build and beautify the city of Goa (Old Goa) was felt in both civil and religious spheres. With the arrival of the religious orders, the city's artistic development was intensified.
This presentation aims to discuss the meeting of cultures that characterizes the originality of the Indo-Portuguese art form, represented through Sculptures and Paintings in the churches and chapels of Goa which formed the base of her study of Pulpits in these spaces.
About the Speaker:
Hilda Frias is a Researcher and Art curator with a degree in Art History from the University of Coimbra, a Postgraduate degree in Educational Sciences and in Art Curatorship from the New University of Lisbon and a Masters in Art History from the University of Lisbon. She will be shortly defending her PhD thesis in Art History at the University of Évora.
Hilda Frias is the author of books and articles on heritage buildings and Indo-Portuguese art and received a grant from the Fundação Oriente to carry out the inventory and study of the various types of pulpits of Goa
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