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Antonio Pinto Ribeiro

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  • Antonio Pinto Ribeiro was born in Lisbon in 1956. He graduated in Philosophy at the Lisbon Classic University (1981) and gained a Masters degree in Communication Sciences at the Lisbon Universidade Nova (1995). Currently he is preparing his PhD, focusing on the subject of ‘Conditions for artistic reception in the post-colonial time’. He is a Lecturing Professor at several universities and was the Coordinating Professor of the postgraduate course in Management of Cultural Activities at the Lisbon Institute of Social Sciences and Management (Instituto Ciencias Sociais e das Empresas). In parallel, he collaborates regularly with magazines that specialise in aesthetics, theories of arts and cultures and cultural programming. He is the author of several publications. He was Culturgest’s (Cultural Centre in Lisbon) Artistic Director between 1993 and 2004. He is currently a consultant at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon where he was Chief Curator of the State of the World cultural forum, Chief Coordinator of the Creativity and Artistic Creation Programme and Coordinator of the Distance and Proximity Gulbenkian Programme.
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