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Lisbon Events Calendar

Logistics for planning things to do for an excellent day (or week, or month) in Lisbon and beyond, in English. You can also subscribe for a weekly digest, or see what's happening live on the Atlas Lisboa app. Want something more tailored? Head to the Atlas Marketplace to book tours, experiences, and more, from walking and boat trips to surf classes and exclusive access to archeological sites.
Feb
27
Thu
to Feb 29 | MULTIMEDIA EXHIBIT | Batida presents “Local Artistic Accommodation” | Intendente | FREE-7€
Feb 27 @ 17:00 – 23:59
to Feb 29 | MULTIMEDIA EXHIBIT | Batida presents "Local Artistic Accommodation" | Intendente | FREE-7€ @ Casa Independente | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Pedro Coquenão was born in Huambo, the third-largest city in Angola and formerly “Nova Lisboa” (oh, colonialism…). Pedro was raised in the suburbs of Lisbon. Today Pedro is a radio, video, and music producer who is well-known locally, but more by his stage name Batida.

Throughout February, Batida takes over Casa Independente for a month of weirdness that he’s calling Alojamento Artístico Local (“Local Artistic Accommodation”). Batida says the main objective of the project is “to break down barriers and blur the distinction between formal and informal space.”

There’s an art exhibit aptly entitled “Neon Colonialism.” There’s the production and presentation of a musical called “IKOQWE.” There are friends, DJs, and a radio show. There are both artists and colonizers coexisting, eating, drinking, sleeping, making art and money, and dancing.
And maybe there’s you.

Learn more here.

Free entry to the Arroios Junta de Freguesia Gallery Hall:
– Monday to Friday, 9h30-18h;
– Saturday and Sunday, 14h30-19h.

Free entry to Casa Independente:
– Tuesday to Thursday, 17h-00h.

7€ to Casa Independente Fridays and Saturdays, 17h-2h (includes Musical IKOQWE at 23h).

The fun ends February 29th.

Feb
28
Fri
to Feb 29 | MULTIMEDIA EXHIBIT | Batida presents “Local Artistic Accommodation” | Intendente | FREE-7€
Feb 28 @ 17:00 – 23:59
to Feb 29 | MULTIMEDIA EXHIBIT | Batida presents "Local Artistic Accommodation" | Intendente | FREE-7€ @ Casa Independente | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Pedro Coquenão was born in Huambo, the third-largest city in Angola and formerly “Nova Lisboa” (oh, colonialism…). Pedro was raised in the suburbs of Lisbon. Today Pedro is a radio, video, and music producer who is well-known locally, but more by his stage name Batida.

Throughout February, Batida takes over Casa Independente for a month of weirdness that he’s calling Alojamento Artístico Local (“Local Artistic Accommodation”). Batida says the main objective of the project is “to break down barriers and blur the distinction between formal and informal space.”

There’s an art exhibit aptly entitled “Neon Colonialism.” There’s the production and presentation of a musical called “IKOQWE.” There are friends, DJs, and a radio show. There are both artists and colonizers coexisting, eating, drinking, sleeping, making art and money, and dancing.
And maybe there’s you.

Learn more here.

Free entry to the Arroios Junta de Freguesia Gallery Hall:
– Monday to Friday, 9h30-18h;
– Saturday and Sunday, 14h30-19h.

Free entry to Casa Independente:
– Tuesday to Thursday, 17h-00h.

7€ to Casa Independente Fridays and Saturdays, 17h-2h (includes Musical IKOQWE at 23h).

The fun ends February 29th.

Feb
29
Sat
to Feb 29 | MULTIMEDIA EXHIBIT | Batida presents “Local Artistic Accommodation” | Intendente | FREE-7€
Feb 29 @ 17:00 – 23:59
to Feb 29 | MULTIMEDIA EXHIBIT | Batida presents "Local Artistic Accommodation" | Intendente | FREE-7€ @ Casa Independente | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Pedro Coquenão was born in Huambo, the third-largest city in Angola and formerly “Nova Lisboa” (oh, colonialism…). Pedro was raised in the suburbs of Lisbon. Today Pedro is a radio, video, and music producer who is well-known locally, but more by his stage name Batida.

Throughout February, Batida takes over Casa Independente for a month of weirdness that he’s calling Alojamento Artístico Local (“Local Artistic Accommodation”). Batida says the main objective of the project is “to break down barriers and blur the distinction between formal and informal space.”

There’s an art exhibit aptly entitled “Neon Colonialism.” There’s the production and presentation of a musical called “IKOQWE.” There are friends, DJs, and a radio show. There are both artists and colonizers coexisting, eating, drinking, sleeping, making art and money, and dancing.
And maybe there’s you.

Learn more here.

Free entry to the Arroios Junta de Freguesia Gallery Hall:
– Monday to Friday, 9h30-18h;
– Saturday and Sunday, 14h30-19h.

Free entry to Casa Independente:
– Tuesday to Thursday, 17h-00h.

7€ to Casa Independente Fridays and Saturdays, 17h-2h (includes Musical IKOQWE at 23h).

The fun ends February 29th.

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