The Museum of Contemporary Art of Elvas (MACE) was inaugurated in 2007, under the guise of Elvas Municipality, with the mission of increasing the cultural offer of the city and establishing a regional and cross-border dialogue, national and international, responding to the requirements which today's art and culture impose.
The Robinson Foundation is a public foundation of private management whose purpose is the pursuit of cultural, educational, social and scientific actions. It can also act in the fields of sports and philanthropy. Its headquarters are in Portalegre and its action is developed in the North Alentejo region but also in the Spanish Extremadura and in the United Kingdom.
The museum of modern art is located in a rural area after Malpartida de Cáceres called Los Barruecos, in an old building called Lavadero de Lanas, where they washed and treated the wool from the transhumance from Alentejo and Beiras (Portugal) and Extremadura (Spain), also has a museum dedicated to this activity.
Fundação Eugénio de Almeida
Over the years, the Foundation has offered a regular program of initiatives around the dissemination of contemporary art, music, the promotion of knowledge, reflection and debate of ideas and training. The preservation and enhancement of Heritage, as well as the qualification of Volunteering, have been preferred areas of the Foundation's work at the service of the community.
The Centro de Artes do Espectáculo de Portalegre (CAEP) is located in the historical center of the city, where the beatério de S. Brás once stood. Inaugurated on May 19, 2006, they have 3 distinct spaces, a large auditorium with strong national and international programming; A small auditorium, and a multipurpose room that functions regularly as a concert café space, where the 'Quina das Beatas' project is being developed to support and promote new Portuguese music.
Tapeçarias de Portalegre
Decorative mural tapestry, Portalegre tapestry is an original work of art, unique for its intrinsic qualities and the technique used to translate the painter's original card. Using a totally manual technique, its starting point is an original work of well-known painters, Portuguese or foreign.
The City of Ammaia is undoubtedly the most important vestige of its time in the northern Alentejo region. Located in the Natural Park of Serra de São Mamede, in São Salvador de Aramenha, in the municipality of Marvão, its central area consists of Quinta do Deão and Tapada da Aramenha, with an area of approximately 25 ha.