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Feb
22
Sat
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Feb 22 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

CARNAVAL PARADE | Baque do Tejo 2020 | Mouraria | FREE
Feb 22 @ 15:00
CARNAVAL PARADE | Baque do Tejo 2020 | Mouraria | FREE @ Largo da Rosa | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Carnaval is here, which means Lisbon is giddy AF.
Along with countless carne-free dinners, concerts, jam and tattoo sessions, and other festive whatnots, there’s also gonna be a parade or two.

One such parade happens this Sunday in the heart of Lisbon’s most vibrant neighborhood, character-wise.

Here’s what its organizers, Baque do Tejo, say:
“There’s a carnival in Lisbon! Those who already know Baque do Tejo know that the carnival procession is classic…for those who don’t know it yet, don’t miss the opportunity to live it with us.
The preparations are in full swing and our instruments are ready to make Lisbon tremble!

Come with us?”

There’s a lot going on all over town, so check here for updated info.

FREE ENTRY.
Here’s a glimpse of some of the preparations.
[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lC-YoUV_86Y&list=PLGmHPf5CTxjEh0urgFxqzuVovnLXdTEwo[/embed]

Feb
23
Sun
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Feb 23 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Feb
24
Mon
to Feb 26 | PARADE WORKSHOPS FOR KIDS | Carnival Holiday at Mini-Hangar | Graça | 15-75€
Feb 24 @ 09:00 – 17:00
to Feb 26 | PARADE WORKSHOPS FOR KIDS | Carnival Holiday at Mini-Hangar | Graça | 15-75€ @ Hangar | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Want to celebrate Carnaval in style but are weighed down by having not used protection?
Fear not — atelier Hangar got you covered.

Here’s what they say about this three-day workshop for your littluns:
“We will develop and create a ‘Mini-Hangar’ Carnival Parade. We will do all the creative process to create a very happy, inspiring, and fun parade!
Each day, we will work on different stages for the parade to happen. We will do props, masks, costumes, physical activities, theatrical games, etc. We will utilize and explore different materials, recycled materials, improvised and transformed accessories.

Program:
– Creation of objects and props
– Fantasy
– Masks
– Characters
– Makeup
– Interventions
– Creative process
– Body expression
– Theatrical games
– Costumes and scenography
– Carnival as street play (intervention and demonstration)
– Parade!

Date: February 24, 25 and 26, 2020 (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday).

Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Target audience: 5 to 12 years old.

Conception and orientation: Natalia Greco (see below).

Number of children: minimum 5 and maximum 12

Location: MINI-HANGAR, Rua Damasceno Monteiro, 12 (Graça).

PRICES:
3 days: 75€ / child – Online Registration.
1 day: 25€ / child – Online Registration.
½ day: 15€ / child – Online Registration.
Includes materials and personal accident insurance.
20% discount for brothers.
20% discount for members.

Food not given (it’s the responsibility of the parents to provide the morning snack, lunch, and afternoon snack).

Mini-Hangar is in charge of giving treats but also reserves the right not to carry out the activity if the minimum number of registrations is not filled.

ABOUT THE HOST:
Natalia Grego is an artist born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, where she concluded in 2009 the visual arts course at the Faculty of Fine Arts. Currently, she is living in Lisbony. At the beginning of her career, she worked with and inspired activities such as circus, yoga, and dance – activities in which she performs until today. Meanwhile, the language of graffiti and street art invaded her life. She had an intense experience with scenography and art directing. She has worked in Brazil, Argentina and here in Lisbon, with dance performances, theater, cinema, concerts, and festivals. Currently, she is an Art Educator and develops creativity classes through visual arts and physical activities (circus acrobatics and yoga).”

Feb
25
Tue
to Feb 26 | PARADE WORKSHOPS FOR KIDS | Carnival Holiday at Mini-Hangar | Graça | 15-75€
Feb 25 @ 09:00 – 17:00
to Feb 26 | PARADE WORKSHOPS FOR KIDS | Carnival Holiday at Mini-Hangar | Graça | 15-75€ @ Hangar | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Want to celebrate Carnaval in style but are weighed down by having not used protection?
Fear not — atelier Hangar got you covered.

Here’s what they say about this three-day workshop for your littluns:
“We will develop and create a ‘Mini-Hangar’ Carnival Parade. We will do all the creative process to create a very happy, inspiring, and fun parade!
Each day, we will work on different stages for the parade to happen. We will do props, masks, costumes, physical activities, theatrical games, etc. We will utilize and explore different materials, recycled materials, improvised and transformed accessories.

Program:
– Creation of objects and props
– Fantasy
– Masks
– Characters
– Makeup
– Interventions
– Creative process
– Body expression
– Theatrical games
– Costumes and scenography
– Carnival as street play (intervention and demonstration)
– Parade!

Date: February 24, 25 and 26, 2020 (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday).

Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Target audience: 5 to 12 years old.

Conception and orientation: Natalia Greco (see below).

Number of children: minimum 5 and maximum 12

Location: MINI-HANGAR, Rua Damasceno Monteiro, 12 (Graça).

PRICES:
3 days: 75€ / child – Online Registration.
1 day: 25€ / child – Online Registration.
½ day: 15€ / child – Online Registration.
Includes materials and personal accident insurance.
20% discount for brothers.
20% discount for members.

Food not given (it’s the responsibility of the parents to provide the morning snack, lunch, and afternoon snack).

Mini-Hangar is in charge of giving treats but also reserves the right not to carry out the activity if the minimum number of registrations is not filled.

ABOUT THE HOST:
Natalia Grego is an artist born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, where she concluded in 2009 the visual arts course at the Faculty of Fine Arts. Currently, she is living in Lisbony. At the beginning of her career, she worked with and inspired activities such as circus, yoga, and dance – activities in which she performs until today. Meanwhile, the language of graffiti and street art invaded her life. She had an intense experience with scenography and art directing. She has worked in Brazil, Argentina and here in Lisbon, with dance performances, theater, cinema, concerts, and festivals. Currently, she is an Art Educator and develops creativity classes through visual arts and physical activities (circus acrobatics and yoga).”

to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Feb 25 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Feb
26
Wed
to Feb 26 | PARADE WORKSHOPS FOR KIDS | Carnival Holiday at Mini-Hangar | Graça | 15-75€
Feb 26 @ 09:00 – 17:00
to Feb 26 | PARADE WORKSHOPS FOR KIDS | Carnival Holiday at Mini-Hangar | Graça | 15-75€ @ Hangar | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Want to celebrate Carnaval in style but are weighed down by having not used protection?
Fear not — atelier Hangar got you covered.

Here’s what they say about this three-day workshop for your littluns:
“We will develop and create a ‘Mini-Hangar’ Carnival Parade. We will do all the creative process to create a very happy, inspiring, and fun parade!
Each day, we will work on different stages for the parade to happen. We will do props, masks, costumes, physical activities, theatrical games, etc. We will utilize and explore different materials, recycled materials, improvised and transformed accessories.

Program:
– Creation of objects and props
– Fantasy
– Masks
– Characters
– Makeup
– Interventions
– Creative process
– Body expression
– Theatrical games
– Costumes and scenography
– Carnival as street play (intervention and demonstration)
– Parade!

Date: February 24, 25 and 26, 2020 (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday).

Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Target audience: 5 to 12 years old.

Conception and orientation: Natalia Greco (see below).

Number of children: minimum 5 and maximum 12

Location: MINI-HANGAR, Rua Damasceno Monteiro, 12 (Graça).

PRICES:
3 days: 75€ / child – Online Registration.
1 day: 25€ / child – Online Registration.
½ day: 15€ / child – Online Registration.
Includes materials and personal accident insurance.
20% discount for brothers.
20% discount for members.

Food not given (it’s the responsibility of the parents to provide the morning snack, lunch, and afternoon snack).

Mini-Hangar is in charge of giving treats but also reserves the right not to carry out the activity if the minimum number of registrations is not filled.

ABOUT THE HOST:
Natalia Grego is an artist born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, where she concluded in 2009 the visual arts course at the Faculty of Fine Arts. Currently, she is living in Lisbony. At the beginning of her career, she worked with and inspired activities such as circus, yoga, and dance – activities in which she performs until today. Meanwhile, the language of graffiti and street art invaded her life. She had an intense experience with scenography and art directing. She has worked in Brazil, Argentina and here in Lisbon, with dance performances, theater, cinema, concerts, and festivals. Currently, she is an Art Educator and develops creativity classes through visual arts and physical activities (circus acrobatics and yoga).”

to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Feb 26 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Feb
27
Thu
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Feb 27 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Feb
28
Fri
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Feb 28 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Feb
29
Sat
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Feb 29 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
1
Sun
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 1 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Monthly | STAR GAZING | Half Price at the Planetarium | Belém | 2.50€
Mar 1 @ 10:30 – 17:00
Monthly | STAR GAZING | Half Price at the Planetarium | Belém | 2.50€ @ Planetário Caloeste Gulbenkian | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

The Gulbenkian Planetarium in Belém invites you to view your insignificance in the face of the universe for half the regular price the first Sunday of every month, and for free if you are between the ages of 4 and 12 or older than 64.
Go enjoy some cosmic science and be humbled. NOTE: The Cosmos ticket office is closed for lunch from 12 to 13h30.
More deets here.
NOTE II: Take headphones with you if you plan to listen to the show in anything other than Portuguese. The planetarium supplies them, but they’re mighty uncomfortable.

And here’s an intergalactic throwback.

[embed]https://youtu.be/OKnpPCQyUec[/embed]

Mar
3
Tue
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 3 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Bi-Weekly | OPEN MIC | Shaka’s Tuesday night at Camones Cinebar | Graça | FREE
Mar 3 @ 19:30 – 23:00
Bi-Weekly | OPEN MIC | Shaka's Tuesday night at Camones Cinebar | Graça | FREE @ Camones CineBar | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Open mics are traditionally a sh.tshow.
But the host of this one, Joaquim de Brito, aka Shaka, however, is a local legend, a musically speaking jack of all trades, a semi-god among men, and an overall nice fella. And Claudia — office-worker turned badass bar-tender/-owner, pro at making anyone feel at home with her smile, and woman behind low-key chill spot Camones Cinebar — is the yin to Shaka’s yang.

Their bi-weekly “open mic for all arts, all ages” stands out. Here, people actually come for the mic part. It is still open mic, which means that most of the art… leaves much to be desired. But at least someone’s listening. Every other Tuesday throughout the year.

NOTE: If you want to perform (or just get a seat), get there and/or sign up early. It’s usually a full house by 20h.

Every other Tuesday, starting at 19h30.

All ages and art forms welcome.

FREE ENTRY.

Mar
4
Wed
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 4 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
5
Thu
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 5 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
6
Fri
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 6 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
7
Sat
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 7 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
8
Sun
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 8 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
10
Tue
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 10 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
11
Wed
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 11 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
12
Thu
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 12 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
13
Fri
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 13 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
14
Sat
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 14 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
15
Sun
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 15 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
17
Tue
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 17 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Bi-Weekly | OPEN MIC | Shaka’s Tuesday night at Camones Cinebar | Graça | FREE
Mar 17 @ 19:30 – 23:00
Bi-Weekly | OPEN MIC | Shaka's Tuesday night at Camones Cinebar | Graça | FREE @ Camones CineBar | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Open mics are traditionally a sh.tshow.
But the host of this one, Joaquim de Brito, aka Shaka, however, is a local legend, a musically speaking jack of all trades, a semi-god among men, and an overall nice fella. And Claudia — office-worker turned badass bar-tender/-owner, pro at making anyone feel at home with her smile, and woman behind low-key chill spot Camones Cinebar — is the yin to Shaka’s yang.

Their bi-weekly “open mic for all arts, all ages” stands out. Here, people actually come for the mic part. It is still open mic, which means that most of the art… leaves much to be desired. But at least someone’s listening. Every other Tuesday throughout the year.

NOTE: If you want to perform (or just get a seat), get there and/or sign up early. It’s usually a full house by 20h.

Every other Tuesday, starting at 19h30.

All ages and art forms welcome.

FREE ENTRY.

Mar
18
Wed
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 18 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
19
Thu
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 19 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
20
Fri
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 20 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
21
Sat
MARKET | Antiques | Estrela | FREE
Mar 21 @ 09:00 – 18:00
MARKET | Antiques | Estrela | FREE @ Jardim da Estrela

Antiques of all kinds, some crafts and artisanal goods, both edible and wearable, all in a get-away-from-it-all setting.

Everyone’s selling antiques in Lisbon these days, and the market held in Jardim da Estrela every third Saturday carries much the same as many others: old brass handles, pieces of chandeliers, those African statuettes that no one wants, and the occasional treasure. Like most antique markets, this one also has a decent selection of artisanal jewelry and some food. What makes it special is the setting: this quiet park in a residential area of the city is a far cry from the hustle and bustle of Feira da Ladra or anything in the center. There’s a cafe right next to it if you need some liquid courage.

to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 21 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
22
Sun
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 22 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
24
Tue
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 24 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
25
Wed
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 25 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
26
Thu
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 26 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
27
Fri
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 27 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
28
Sat
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 28 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

Mar
29
Sun
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€
Mar 29 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Apr 19 | PUPPET EXHIBIT | Tim Burton: The Animation Puppets | Santos | FREE-2€ @ Museu da Marioneta | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“There’s just something visceral about moving a puppet frame by frame. There’s a magical quality about it. Maybe you can get smoother animation with computers, but there’s a dimension and emotional quality to this kind of animation that fits these characters and this story.”
Tim Burton.

You’ve probably heard of Tim. Chances are you even love at least one of his films.
Having started his career at Disney during the last millennium, Tim has dabbled in live-action, stop-motion, and 3D animation, developing an original and memorable style that has yet to be copied successfully.

Through April 19th, the most underrated museum in Lisbon, aka the Museu da Marioneta, is proud to present “Tim Burton – The Animation Puppets,” an exhibition that brings you face to face with the original drawings, puppets, models, drafts, and character studies used in the production of classics like Mars Attaks!, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, and more.

Bring the kids, and/or the kid in you.

Museum hours:
Tuesday-Sunday, 10h-18h.

ENTRY: 2€ (free for kids under 5yo).

Here’s the trailer for our personal favorite.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqtjHWlM4lQ[/embed]

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