Most museums in Lisbon re-opened April 5, and theaters, cinemas, and live music venues on April 19. Read more here. NOTE: Hours are changing constantly and shows still get cancelled, so please check with the organizers.
LX Factory R. Rodrigues de Faria 103, 1300-501 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa
As one of Banksy's infamous rats once said: “If Graffiti changed anything – It would be illegal.” What that really means remains unclear, probably even to Banksy. What is clear is that, at least according to organizers LX Factory, "one of the world’s most well-kept secrets of urban art has just landed in Lisbon." They […]
Cordoaria Nacional Av. da Índia, 1300-598 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa
Ai Wei Wei. You've probably heard of him. He's alright, I guess. Anyway, here's what he says: "Expressing oneself is a part of being human. To be deprived of a voice is to be told you are not a participant in society; ultimately it is a denial of humanity." And here's what Wikipedia adds: "Ai […]
Cinema São Jorge Av. da Liberdade 175, 1250-196 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa
The MONSTRA Animation Film Festival returns this July for its 20th edition and brings with it 12 days of "non-stop animation" in several venues across the city. The heart of the festival, Cinema São Jorge, is at the center of the action, and here's what the organizers add: "Last year we invited the award-winner director […]
MAAT Av. Brasília, 1300-598 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa
Art Jameel describes itself as follows: "Art Jameel supports artists and creative communities. Founded and supported by the Jameel family philanthropies, the independent organisation is headquartered in Saudi Arabia and the UAE and works globally. Art Jameel’s programmes – across exhibitions, commissions, research, learning, and community-building – are grounded in a dynamic understanding of the […]
Hollywood Café Rua de São Pedro Mártir, 54, Lisbon
All summer long, local non-profit Grupo Educar teams up with Mouraria's Hollywood Café to bring you the second season of CinExu, which is twelve Monday night (and one Saturday night) sessions of film, workshops, and debates focusing on African culture, here and elsewhere, accompanied by a Bakongo dinner (meat, fish, and/or vegan), and here's how […]
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