[ online ] History shows that the combination between money, religion and power was able to generate the most remarkable, but also the most terrible achievements.
[ online ] Earth Bits – Sensing the Planetary is a data-driven installation developed by the research and interaction design studio Dotdotdot that unpacks the complexities of the climate science measuring humankind’s carbon footprint.
[ online ] Water Museum's online program in March, every Saturday a new theme! Stay tuned!
X is Not a Small Country — Unravelling the Post-Global Era is an exhibition that explores our current post-global condition
To celebrate the return of culture, starting on April 5th, Lisbon's municipal museums and monuments will reopen free of charge until the end of the month.
The Balcony gallery reopens on April 8 with the exhibition “F for…” by Sara & André, which will be on display until May 21. The project consists of an installation composed of vinyl prints and 90 drawings.
Downtown Chiado returns to present us with 14 new artists from different parts of the globe | 10 to 16 April 2021
[ 18th April ] “Complex Pasts: Diverse Futures” is the theme for the International Day for Monuments and Sites.
The Mãe D'Água das Amoreiras Reservoir will be transformed into a monumental canvas where the content will be projected 360º ... opportunity to experience art and culture in an innovative way!
Beethoven’s strings | The Ensemble Darcos pays tribute to Ludwig van Beethoven with some of the German composer’s string quartets.
Created in 1977 by the International Council of Museums (ICOM), the purpose of this day is to encourage reflection on the role of museums in society’s development.
Ai Weiwei, the contemporary artist and Chinese activist, comes to Portugal for the first time with an unprecedented exhibition: Rapture, to be held at Cordoaria Nacional.
This event is dedicated exclusively to the world of classic cars and motorcycles.
Lisboa fills with art, with the city’s squares and parks transformed into authentic open-air stages offering theatre, cinema, music, dance, literature and magic.
Cultural showcase of traditions and costums of the Mediterranean countries.
[ September ] The Bairro das Artes brings the art scene to Lisboa into the spotlight, by offering national and international visitors the chance to take part for free in several events.
[ September ] The Heritage Days are an opportunity to re-familiarise ourselves with the past and to help shape the future.
[ September ] The Universe where you can be whatever you want
The ARCOlisboa International Contemporary Art Fair returns with a selection of galleries and a commitment to Portuguese art and its connections to the international scene.
[ October ] For aficionados of comics, the Amadora International Festival offers an opportunity to mingle with authors and other professionals from all over the world.