Gulbenkian Foundation closes throughout new lockdown
The Gulbenkian Foundation closes all premises in its Headquarters throughout the new period of confinement decreed by the government.
The Gulbenkian Foundation closes all its premises and facilities in its headquarters throughout the new period of confinement decreed by the government, which comes into effect as from the morning of 15 January.
In addition to the Gulbenkian Museum, this also closes the two temporary exhibitions that had entered into the final stages of their exhibition durations: Infinite Sculpture (due to close to the public on 25 January) and René Lalique and the Age of Glass (closing on 1 February).
As regards the Gulbenkian Music season, this results in the cancellation of all scheduled concerts throughout the period of the already declared confinement:
A Night at the Opera
Fri, 15 Jan
Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 6
Thu and Fri, 21 and 22 Jan
Mahler e Strauss
Wed, Fri and Sat, 27, 29 and 30 Jan
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This decision also extends to the public closure of the Foundation’s Art Library throughout this period.