ATTENTION: Museums in Lisbon, along with all other Cultural establishments, will be closed until at least the end of January 2021 due to new Covid safety measures, which you can read about here

 
 
 
 

to Jan 25 | SCULPTURE EXHIBIT | Infinite Sculpture: From the Antique Cast to the 3D Scan | Praça da Espanha | FREE

Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian Av. de Berna 45 A, 1067-001 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa

From the organizers: "This exhibition brings together works by 18 contemporary artists and casts from the collection of the Faculty of Fine Arts of Lisbon. It takes a close look at casting, and the role it plays not only in sculpture, but also in many aspects of the everyday world. Casting has been a way […]

free with museum admission

to Jan 30 | FILM CYCLE | Clássicos do Cinema Coreano | Avenida | 3,20€

Cinemateca Portuguesa-Museu do Cinema R. Barata Salgueiro 39, 1250-044 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa

Some time during the last decade, for reasons still largely unknown, K-Pop made South Korea mainstream. Then, two years ago, Parasite brought South Korean cinema to the mainstream. And sixteen years before that, Oldboy brought South Korean cinema to the lesser-main-stream. However, this January, Cinemateca Portuguesa reminds us that South Korean cinema has actually been […]

€3,20

DAILY | VIRTUAL INTERNATIONAL TOURS | Citywalks | ONLINE | FREE

https://citywalks.live/index.html Lisbon

Citywalks is a neat little website that is exactly what it sounds like. Except that you don't really need to fly, walk, or even get up to enjoy dozens of cities around the world, from Tokyo to Kazan to Lisbon to NYC to Bogota and more. "Wander around and chat with your friends," day or […]

FREE

ONLINE FILM FESTIVAL | KINO: German Expressionist Film | FREE

https://www.goethe.de/ins/pt/pt/kul/sup/kpo.html Lisbon

Here's what cool dead German Johann Wolfgang von Goethe once said about Coronavirus and the likes some two hundred years ago: "Enjoy when you can, endure when you must." Today, Coronavirus or not, one thing Portugal is full of is Germans. Which is one of the many reasons why The Goethe-Institut Portugal is hosting an […]

FREE

to Dec 31 | ONLINE MUSEUM TOUR | National Azulejo Museum | FREE

https://artsandculture.google.com/partner/national-azulejo-museum Lisbon

Google Arts and Culture is one of many ways to avoid catching the 'rona this new decade. And if you want to check out some local museums in 2d – like, say, the National Azulejo Museum – they are your go-to too. FREE.

to Mar 31 | VIRTUAL MUSEUM TOUR | Calouste Gulbenkian Museum | ONLINE | FREE

https://gulbenkian.pt/uk-branch/take-a-virtual-tour-of-the-calouste-gulbenkian-museum-2/ Lisbon

The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum is one of Lisbon's biggest and most historically renowned art collections. And, due to the lockdown, it's closed. But that doesn't mean you can't check it out on a screen. "Explore the 360 virtual tour through the Founder’s Collection and Modern Collection galleries" here, for free.

FREE

to Mar 31 | VIRTUAL EXHIBIT | Deep Down Portugal is the Sea | ONLINE | FREE

https://www.ccb.pt/en/no-fundo-portugal-e-mar-visita-virtual/ Lisbon

It's a little cold to go swimming in Portugal these days. And it also might be against the lockdown rules. Still, deep down, Portugal is the sea. And here's what CCB, the organizers of this free online exhibit, say about that: "The video installation Deep down is the Sea, by Graça Castanheira, is now available […]

FREE

to Feb 7 | INTERACTIVE ART EXHIBIT | Meet Vincent Van Gogh | Belém | 9-15€

Belém Lisbon

As is often the case with Lisbon even before the 'rona, deadlines don't really mean much. This is often good news for, say, fans of Vincent Van Gogh. Case in point: the massively-advertised-all-around-town Meet Vincent Van Gogh exhibit in Belém has now been extended to February 7th, 2021.* Here's what the organizers say about it: […]

€9 – €15

to Jan 25 | ART EXHIBIT | Festa. Fúria. Femina. – Obras da Coleção FLAD | Belém | 7€

MAAT - Museu de Arte, Arquitetura e Tecnologia Av. Brasília, 1300-598 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa

FLAD (the Luso-American Development Foundation) was founded in 1986, and here's what they say about themselves: "Every day we work to promote the development of Portugal in cooperation with the United States of America. And it’s by assuming this mission that FLAD constitutes itself as a bridge between the two countries, a resource of excellence […]

€7
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