A large waterfall will be projected at the top of Museu Nacional da República (National Museum of the Republic), this Thursday, March 22.
The installation by visual artist Siron Franco intends to call attention to the importance of care with the use of water, as well as being part of the activities of the 8th World Water Forum.
The installation called Santo Graal (Holy Grail), seeks to raise public awareness about the use made of water, especially amid frequent rations in the capital. This is the second time that the installation is projected in the Museum, a work by architect Oscar Niemeyer.
Venue: Museu Nacional da República
Where: Setor Cultural Sul, Lote 02 – Esplanada dos Ministérios
When: Thursday, March 22, at 6h30 pm
Price: Free Admission