Ana Miriam Rebelo

Ana Miriam Rebelo (Porto, 1980). Graduated in Fine Arts by the Fine Arts School of Bordeaux (2005). Master  in  Contemporary  Artistic  Creation,  by  the  University  of  Aveiro (2019). Currently enrolled in the Doctoral Program in Design, at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the  University  of  Porto, she holds  a  scholarship by Fundação  para  a  Ciência  e Tecnologia for the development  of the  research  project "Visual  and  semantic identities  of  the  city  of  Porto:  an  ascertainment  of  the  contributions  of  informal dwelling", hosted by the Research Institute for Design, Media and Culture (ID+) and by the Center for Studies in Architecture and Urbanism (CEAU). Her research interests concern experiences, perceptions and representations of urban space and their manifestations as visual culture.

Grupos de Investigação


International conferences
  • Rebelo, Ana Miriam; Alvelos, Heitor; Domingues, Álvaro (2021). The City is Not a Brand: a critical analysis of the narrative and appropriations of “Porto.” Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Design and Digital Communication, DIGICOM 2021. Ligação
Outras publicações
  • Rebelo, Ana Miriam; Heitor Alvelos (2021). Branding as Antagonism: visual identities as templates of urban ideology. In MONU, Magazine on Urbanism Nº 34: Protest Urbanism. Rotterdam: Bureau of Architecture, Research, and Design, 2021 Ligação

Produção científica, artística e cultural

Organização de eventos científicos
  • Alvelos, H., Kosztyla, A., Fernandes, A., Rebelo, A. M., Casteião, A., Mergener, D., Palmares, H., Lopes, L., Brasil, M., Fragoso, P. & Brandão, R. – Organizing Committee (2021). Doctoral Side Effects – Let’s talk about doing a PhD during a pandemic. 21st May 2021.
Outras atividades de disseminação de atividade científica
  • Rebelo, Ana Miriam, and Heitor Alvelos. (2021). The improvised city: contributions of informal dwelling towards an expanded paradigm of the metropolis. The case of Porto, Portugal. In KISMIF International Conference on DIY Cultures and Global Challenges, Universidade do Porto, Julho de 2021.