The Red Planet has been in the news a lot lately. And while you still can't go get a cup of coffee (here in Lisbon) indefinitely, you can take a 54.6-million-kilometer trip, virtually speaking, in a matter of seconds, to indulge your curiosity and instill some much-needed perseverance, courtesy of NASA and Google, and free […]
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.
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.
Here's how the Gulbenkian describes its Spotify collection: "Music to study, work or listen to in family, great works from the history of music or essential pieces for instruments of the orchestra, music from East to West, classical or the Jazz festival in August. There are many and varied playlists that we have for you […]
Like almost everyone in the first world, Lisbon´s Gulbenkian Museum has mostly gone online in recent decades. One of the many exhibits you can explore there is described by them like this: "Browse through the galleries of the first exhibition that the Foundation dedicates to René Lalique since 1988 revolves around the artist’s relationship with […]
Learning a new language during lockdown is easier said than done. Still, if you are determined to brush up on your Portuguese while you wait for the world to end, then the CCB got you covered with a timeless classic. Here's what they say: "A special edition of Alice in Wonderland and Alice through the […]
Both local and international film festival with clout Doclisboa describes itself like this: "Doclisboa wants to question the present of film, bringing along its history and assuming cinema as a mode of freedom. By refusing the categorization of film practice, it searches for the new problematics that cinematic image implies, in its multiple ways of […]
From the organizers: "'The Turtle and the Sea Boy' is a show by Ana Sofia Paiva and Margarida Botelho from an oral tradition story collected in Cape Verde. Oral narrative, immersive illustration, and science are combined in this creation for all audiences." The show is also associated with the Atlas Game (which is not associated […]
Well, one thing is clear: coronavirus or not, the planet is kind of f.cked. But that doesn't mean we have to lose our humanity. And one way to keep your humanity is by rewarding the humanity of others with one million dollars belonging to the Gulbenkian. From the organizers: "The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation is committed […]
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