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Atividades

Publicações

O Museu Pio XII, no âmbito da missão desenvolvida pelo Instituto de História e Arte Cristãs (IHAC), reúne um conjunto de publicações que visa promover a inventariação, estudo e divulgação do espólio do Museu e da Arquidiocese de Braga.

Esta Fundação cultural da Arquidiocese de Braga, apoiada na extensão bracarense da Faculdade de Teologia da Universidade Católica Portuguesa e no Seminário Conciliar de S. Pedro e S. Paulo da Arquidiocese de Braga procura promover a inventariação, recolha, organização, conservação, restauro, estudo e investigação do Arquivo Arquidiocesano de Braga e dos valores artísticos e arqueológicos que são património da Igreja Arquidiocesana de Braga.

Ao mesmo tempo, colabora na conservação, enriquecimento e beneficiação dos Museus Pio XII e Medina.

Desde 2017 o Museu Pio XII tem promovido ainda uma coleção de publicações dedicadas a artistas contemporâneos.

Activities

Publications

The Pius XII Museum, in the context of the mission developed by the Institute of Christian History and Art (IHAC), brings together a set of publications that aim to promote cataloguing, studying and disseminating the Museum's legacy. This Cultural Foundation of the Archdiocese of Braga, supported in the extension of the Faculty of Theology of the Catholic University of Portugal and the Conciliar Seminary of São Pedro and São Paulo of the Archdiocese of Braga, aims to promote cataloguing, collecting, organising, conserving, restoring, studying and researching the Archdiocesan archive of Braga and the artistic and archaeological values that are a heritage of the Archdiocesan Church of Braga.

At the same time, it collaborates towards conserving, enriching and improving the Pius XII and Medina Museums.

Since 2017, the Pius XII Museum has also promoted a collection of publications dedicated to contemporary artists.

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Visit

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The Pius XII Museum is pleased to receive you. The Museum staff is ready to welcome you and provide all types of information and assistance.

But please note the following information, for your visit to run smoothly.

Coats, umbrellas and bags
All large objects (backpacks, travel bags, cases, suitcases or shopping bags…) must be left at reception. The same goes for umbrellas, musical instruments, etc.

Pushchairs are allowed in the Museum. However, baby bags will be checked.

Visitors will see that one of the main roles of the Museum staff is to protect the Museum’s archive, and this role is reflected in their actions.

Cameras or smartphones
Photography for personal, non-commercial use is allowed, unless otherwise indicated. However, flash photography is not allowed.

The use of tripods and camera stands is prohibited.

Drawing
If you wish to draw spaces or existing pieces within the Museum, you must ask for permission at reception, upon entering. The Museum reserves the right to authorise or decline permission. Pencils, sketchbooks and notebooks are allowed. However, pens, paints and easels are not allowed.

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