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Sep
23
Mon
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Sep 23 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

to Sept 30 | OPEN-AIR FILM CYCLE | Spaces that have no place | Alfama | FREE
Sep 23 @ 21:30 – 23:30
to Sept 30 | OPEN-AIR FILM CYCLE | Spaces that have no place | Alfama | FREE @ Casa da Chada | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Mário Dionísio was a Lisbon-born, -bred, and -buried painter, writer, professor, and critic from the last century. He had a big influence on the arts here.

About a decade ago, a bunch of his family members and random art geeks decided to open a cultural space in his honor, and that’s how Casa Da Achada was born. Part library, part museum, part documentation center, the space aims to preserve the city’s cultural heritage.

And now — every Monday through September at 21h30, to be exact — Casa Da Achada presents Espaços que não têm lugar (“Spaces that have no place”) — a series of films described by the organizers like this:

“If the whole world is made up of change, the spaces we go through, which are part of our daily lives, are no exception. They change with the uses that we give them, with the collective occupation or the abandonment of the day-to-day, and they change due to the economic interests of those who command and want to make the space profitable, empty, or full of life.

With this cycle of cinema, we want to question the concepts of space and place, through films with different perspectives. We want to think of spaces that no longer have a place like a grocery store swallowed by a skyscraper or a hole dug in the center of Paris to make room for a huge subway station.
They are spaces that can be imaginary or real, under construction or in continuous deconstruction, that have lost their place in our cities, neighborhoods, and also in our lives. In the cinema, however, the spaces that have no place go live in another way, in new ways, and remain in our memory.”

With spacey classics like Being John Malkovich to the Edge of the World, free of charge, you can make some space in your schedule for this one.

See the full program of films, with showtimes, here.

Learn more about the other events going on at the space through the summer (like a painting exhibit and various workshops) here.

FREE ENTRY (donations to the space welcome).

Sep
24
Tue
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Sep 24 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Sep
25
Wed
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Sep 25 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Sep
26
Thu
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Sep 26 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Sep
27
Fri
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Sep 27 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Sep
30
Mon
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Sep 30 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

to Sept 30 | OPEN-AIR FILM CYCLE | Spaces that have no place | Alfama | FREE
Sep 30 @ 21:30 – 23:30
to Sept 30 | OPEN-AIR FILM CYCLE | Spaces that have no place | Alfama | FREE @ Casa da Chada | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Mário Dionísio was a Lisbon-born, -bred, and -buried painter, writer, professor, and critic from the last century. He had a big influence on the arts here.

About a decade ago, a bunch of his family members and random art geeks decided to open a cultural space in his honor, and that’s how Casa Da Achada was born. Part library, part museum, part documentation center, the space aims to preserve the city’s cultural heritage.

And now — every Monday through September at 21h30, to be exact — Casa Da Achada presents Espaços que não têm lugar (“Spaces that have no place”) — a series of films described by the organizers like this:

“If the whole world is made up of change, the spaces we go through, which are part of our daily lives, are no exception. They change with the uses that we give them, with the collective occupation or the abandonment of the day-to-day, and they change due to the economic interests of those who command and want to make the space profitable, empty, or full of life.

With this cycle of cinema, we want to question the concepts of space and place, through films with different perspectives. We want to think of spaces that no longer have a place like a grocery store swallowed by a skyscraper or a hole dug in the center of Paris to make room for a huge subway station.
They are spaces that can be imaginary or real, under construction or in continuous deconstruction, that have lost their place in our cities, neighborhoods, and also in our lives. In the cinema, however, the spaces that have no place go live in another way, in new ways, and remain in our memory.”

With spacey classics like Being John Malkovich to the Edge of the World, free of charge, you can make some space in your schedule for this one.

See the full program of films, with showtimes, here.

Learn more about the other events going on at the space through the summer (like a painting exhibit and various workshops) here.

FREE ENTRY (donations to the space welcome).

Oct
1
Tue
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 1 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
2
Wed
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 2 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
3
Thu
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 3 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
4
Fri
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 4 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
7
Mon
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 7 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
8
Tue
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 8 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
9
Wed
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 9 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
10
Thu
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 10 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
11
Fri
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 11 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
14
Mon
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 14 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
15
Tue
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 15 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
16
Wed
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 16 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
17
Thu
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 17 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
18
Fri
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 18 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

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