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.

to May 22 | SIMULTANEOUS ART EXHIBITS | Underdogs10: Add Fuel + Halfstudio | FREE

Underdogs10 R. Fernando Palha 56, 1950-132 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa

Underdogs Gallery, like fellow underdog Atlaslisboa, managed to survive COVID thus far. Mostly due to luck, but in part, because we both know that time isn't linear, and because we still have a dream. For this and other reasons, for the next month-and-a-half, Underdogs is hosting not one but two simultaneous art exhibits, by two […]

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to Jun 30 | HISTORICAL EXHIBIT | 8998 Pomar | FREE-3€

Museu do Aljube Resistência e Liberdade R. Augusto Rosa 42, 1100-059 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa

Museu do Ajube is one of the many, many places around town re-opening its doors to the public, just in time to celebrate the country's Revolution of 1974 on April 25th. And here's what they tell us about one of the many exhibits on display there in the coming weeks (and months, if all goes […]

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to May 29 | GALLERY REOPENING + GROUP SHOW | FOCO: Amuse-Bouche | FREE

Galeria FOCO Rua da Alegria 34, 1250-007 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa

Sadly, a lot of places in Lisbon closed their doors during this and last year. But some things did come out of the pandemic. For example, after four years of ´contemporary creation´ on Rua da Alegria, Galeria Foco was able to find a new home in Intendente, and, to celebrate, they have a new group […]

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to May 29 | PAINTING EXHIBIT | Emanuel de Sousa: À minha maneira | FREE

Espaço Exibicionista Lisbon

Emanuel de Sousa is a Portugese figurative painter and teacher. He lives and works in Edinburgh, has recently exhibited in Sweden and Texas, gave an interview to Atlas a few years ago, and now has a new solo show back here in Lisbon, at Espaço Exibicionista, called À minha maneira ("My Way"). Here's what he […]

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to June 19 | PAINTING EXHIBIT | Bruno Pacheco: Borrasca | FREE

Galeria Pedro Cera Rua do Patrocínio, 67 E, Lisbon

Bruno Pacheco is a Portuguese-born painter with a very humble website. Like his website, his work is easy on the eyes, and it also blurs the line between realism and surrealism flawlessly. His latest solo show, Borrasca (which means "storm" in Spanish), opens on Friday, April 30th at Galeria Pedro Cera, and runs through June […]

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to May 23 | PUPPETRY AND ANIMATION FESTIVAL | FIMFA Lx21 | FREE-TBD

A Tarumba Rua da Esperança, 152, Lisbon

"The artist forges himself in this perpetual coming and going between himself and others, halfway between the beauty he cannot dispense and the community from which he cannot separate." Albert Camus. That's the introductory quote for the 21st edition of FIMFA Lx (the "International Festival of Puppets and Animated Forms"). It's happening throughout Lisbon for […]

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ART AND MUSIC | Rare Effect Vol2: an NFT Festival | FREE-3€

Arroz Estúdios Av. Infante Dom Henrique, 1900-319 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa

NFTs... WTF are they? Ok, they're non-fungible tokens... But wtf is fungible, let alone non-fungible...? And, most importantly — when it comes to NFTs — what's in it for me? If you recently found yourself asking similar questions, on top of looking for a good time, then forward-looking local culture hub Arroz Estúdios has this […]

to May 29 | ART EXHIBIT | Carlos Arteiro: Investigações de um peixe dourado | FREE

NO-NO Gallery Rua de Santo António à Estrela, 39 A, Lisbon

Well, this one is weird. So we'll just tell you what David Silva Revés of NO-NO Gallery says about Carlos Arteiro's first solo sculpture exhibit there: "Carlos told me of this little black fish - a studio companion - which had not only imposed a need for its care but which had also determined, precisely […]

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GYPSY JAZZ CONCERT | Tributo a Django Reinhardt | FREE

Camones CineBar R. Josefa Maria 4B, 1170-195 Lisboa, Portugal, Lisboa

Belgian-born Romani-French jazz guitarist, composer, and godfather of gypsy jazz Jean (aka Django) Reinhardt was, according to Wikipedia and many in Lisbon, the "first major jazz talent to emerge from Europe and remains the most significant." May 16th will mark 58 years since Django left this world, so it's fitting that on Friday, May 14th, […]

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