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Lisbon Events Calendar

Logistics for planning things to do for an excellent day (or week, or month) in and around Lisbon, in English. ATTENTION: Most of the top museums in Lisbon have re-opened with new hours and regulations. There will likely be last-minute cancellations on events so for now, it’s best to call and check if the event you fancy is still going on — just in case.
Aug
4
Tue
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 4 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
5
Wed
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 5 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
6
Thu
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 6 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
7
Fri
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 7 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
8
Sat
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 8 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
9
Sun
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 9 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
11
Tue
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 11 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
12
Wed
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 12 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
13
Thu
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 13 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
14
Fri
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 14 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
15
Sat
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 15 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
16
Sun
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 16 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
18
Tue
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 18 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
19
Wed
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 19 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
20
Thu
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 20 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
21
Fri
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 21 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
22
Sat
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 22 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
23
Sun
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 23 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
25
Tue
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 25 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
26
Wed
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 26 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
27
Thu
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 27 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
28
Fri
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 28 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
29
Sat
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 29 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Aug
30
Sun
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Aug 30 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Sep
1
Tue
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Sep 1 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Sep
2
Wed
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Sep 2 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Sep
3
Thu
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Sep 3 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Sep
4
Fri
2020
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€
Sep 4 @ 12:00 – 20:00
to Sept 4 | ARCHITECTURE EXHIBIT | The Sea Is Our Land | Belém | FREE-6€ @ CCB - Garagem Sul | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

Oh, the sea.
It certainly seems a lot safer than land these days…
Here’s what CCB, the organizers of O Mar É a Terra (“The Sea is Our Land”) say about this architecture exhibit:
“The Atlantic Ocean is a large and complex space that determines a large part of our lives. On land, a coastline is not a line, it is an eternal flow. This exhibition maps and presents the contradictions that exist between land and sea, from the perspective of architecture, spatial planning, and landscape construction. This subject, so sensitive and relevant to society, has been the subject of attention from a group of architects who have challenged the conventional limits of the discipline. Starting from the physical contradictions and popular culture of Figueira da Foz beach, the exhibition covers a set of experiences of thinking, drawing, and configuring the coastline and its relationship with the dense immensity of the ocean.”

The organizers add:
“We want to improve the experience of those who visit us and visitors can now go through the exhibition accompanied by an audio guide accessible by mobile phone (we recommend that you bring headphones).
For the youngest, we designed an «actividário», a set of challenges and puzzles that lead to discovering the secrets hidden on the coastline.”

You can also buy the book O Mar É a Terra, by curator Miguel Figueira, conceived from the exhibition in Garagem Sul, here.

Gallery hours*:
Tuesday to Sunday, 12h–20h.
Mor info via [email protected] or +351 213 612 614/5.

ENTRY: FREE – 6€ (at the door).

*Maximum capacity: 50 visitors.

The use of a mask and hand hygiene is mandatory before entering the exhibition for the correct use of microscopes and touch screens (there is a disinfectant gel dispenser at the entrance).

Sep
5
Sat
2020
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE
Sep 5 @ 10:00 – 19:00
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE @ Jardim da Estrela | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

This is probably the most relaxed craft market in town, thanks to its position in the tranquil and beautifully cared-for Jardim da Estrela. It’s also surprisingly diverse and offers more than your average home-made soaps and ankle bracelets. We can’t guarantee she’ll be there every time, but we once saw a woman here selling one-of-a-kind, perfectly creepy oversized papier-mâché dolls, for example.

The first weekend of every month, except January.

Sep
6
Sun
2020
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE
Sep 6 @ 10:00 – 19:00
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE @ Jardim da Estrela | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

This is probably the most relaxed craft market in town, thanks to its position in the tranquil and beautifully cared-for Jardim da Estrela. It’s also surprisingly diverse and offers more than your average home-made soaps and ankle bracelets. We can’t guarantee she’ll be there every time, but we once saw a woman here selling one-of-a-kind, perfectly creepy oversized papier-mâché dolls, for example.

The first weekend of every month, except January.

Oct
3
Sat
2020
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE
Oct 3 @ 10:00 – 19:00
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE @ Jardim da Estrela | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

This is probably the most relaxed craft market in town, thanks to its position in the tranquil and beautifully cared-for Jardim da Estrela. It’s also surprisingly diverse and offers more than your average home-made soaps and ankle bracelets. We can’t guarantee she’ll be there every time, but we once saw a woman here selling one-of-a-kind, perfectly creepy oversized papier-mâché dolls, for example.

The first weekend of every month, except January.

Oct
4
Sun
2020
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE
Oct 4 @ 10:00 – 19:00
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE @ Jardim da Estrela | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

This is probably the most relaxed craft market in town, thanks to its position in the tranquil and beautifully cared-for Jardim da Estrela. It’s also surprisingly diverse and offers more than your average home-made soaps and ankle bracelets. We can’t guarantee she’ll be there every time, but we once saw a woman here selling one-of-a-kind, perfectly creepy oversized papier-mâché dolls, for example.

The first weekend of every month, except January.

Nov
7
Sat
2020
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE
Nov 7 @ 10:00 – 19:00
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE @ Jardim da Estrela | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

This is probably the most relaxed craft market in town, thanks to its position in the tranquil and beautifully cared-for Jardim da Estrela. It’s also surprisingly diverse and offers more than your average home-made soaps and ankle bracelets. We can’t guarantee she’ll be there every time, but we once saw a woman here selling one-of-a-kind, perfectly creepy oversized papier-mâché dolls, for example.

The first weekend of every month, except January.

Nov
8
Sun
2020
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE
Nov 8 @ 10:00 – 19:00
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE @ Jardim da Estrela | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

This is probably the most relaxed craft market in town, thanks to its position in the tranquil and beautifully cared-for Jardim da Estrela. It’s also surprisingly diverse and offers more than your average home-made soaps and ankle bracelets. We can’t guarantee she’ll be there every time, but we once saw a woman here selling one-of-a-kind, perfectly creepy oversized papier-mâché dolls, for example.

The first weekend of every month, except January.

Dec
5
Sat
2020
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE
Dec 5 @ 10:00 – 19:00
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE @ Jardim da Estrela | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

This is probably the most relaxed craft market in town, thanks to its position in the tranquil and beautifully cared-for Jardim da Estrela. It’s also surprisingly diverse and offers more than your average home-made soaps and ankle bracelets. We can’t guarantee she’ll be there every time, but we once saw a woman here selling one-of-a-kind, perfectly creepy oversized papier-mâché dolls, for example.

The first weekend of every month, except January.

Dec
6
Sun
2020
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE
Dec 6 @ 10:00 – 19:00
Weekly | MARKET | Craft & Design | Estrela | FREE @ Jardim da Estrela | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

This is probably the most relaxed craft market in town, thanks to its position in the tranquil and beautifully cared-for Jardim da Estrela. It’s also surprisingly diverse and offers more than your average home-made soaps and ankle bracelets. We can’t guarantee she’ll be there every time, but we once saw a woman here selling one-of-a-kind, perfectly creepy oversized papier-mâché dolls, for example.

The first weekend of every month, except January.

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