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Iminente is a wide-reaching platform based on a new concept of providing urban culture experiences, promoting the relationship between cities, their inhabitants and creative production. Incorporating a diversity of artistic areas, including music, contemporary art, dance, performing arts, architecture, design, fashion, cinema, spoken word and gastronomy, it is the materialization of a creative urban movement. Iminente is founded on a strong community-driven mission, contributing to the visibility and development of local communities and working towards diversity, integration and artistic education with the support of social organizations. Iminente is everything that is happening, or about to happen. A beacon that shines a very necessary light on both established and emerging subcultures, consolidating and disseminating their creative value and elevating socio-cultural perceptions, while creating opportunities for growth, sharing and equality.


One of Iminente’s goals is to design a programme to consolidate its positioning as an international platform of urban culture experiences, from diverse creative and cultural contemporary expressions, embraced by urban culture, augmenting its national and international notoriety and visibility. Iminente aims to reach a broader European audience, together with our partners, by giving visibility to Portuguese artists (from various artistic backgrounds) and at the same time, be a platform of visibility and integration of other emerging artists from Europe. There are two events that reflect Iminente values and objectives: Festival Iminente and the Community Workshops Bairros.

Festival Iminente is where the best expressions of urban culture come together in an explosion of creativity and entertainment. Converging both renowned and emerging artists from diverse backgrounds, it is an amalgamation of cultures, languages and styles. Grounded by core values based on diversity, inclusivity, equality and visibility.

The Community Workshops take place in city neighbourhoods where artistic practice and fruition are distant, or that are socially segregated. Developed in partnership with local social organizations and a diversity of artists, they have been devised to promote synergies and connections between people from different socio-cultural and economic backgrounds and creative areas. These workshops engage communities and artists in the development of collaborative work, calling upon the participation of children, youths and older generations, to create outputs such as public art installations, urban interventions, performances and music

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Music | Visual arts | Art Installations | Urban Interventions | Performances |


Carla Cardoso,

Catarina Branco,

Europe Créative
Art, Spectacle vivant