Amália Rodrigues, aka “The Queen of Fado,” is one of the few people in Lisbon with countless streets, a museum, and a garden bearing her name. And with good reason:
Are you standing still staring at your phone again? Well, get off it and go check out some art, damn it! Well, after you read this, that is. From Carrasco
‘Sound Studies: The Final Report’ is a two-month, two-part multimedia show that brings together 15 art students and is described by its organizers as a “bipartite multimedia event in the
Many of us have been feeling like going through the wall these last few months, for obvious reasons. One way to avoid property damage, now that restrictions are being lifted,
Shortcutz Lisboa, aside from being clever wordplay, is a non-profit project showcasing the city’s up-and-coming short films. Here’s what they say about themselves in 2020: “Our sessions in Lisbon take
It’s unclear what to expect from any art show but this one, in particular, has piqued our curiosity with its description: labyrinths, honey, ladies, archeology, games, engineered yarn, and digital
With World War III well underway, a new decade dawning, and the planet persistently on fire, it seems that now more than ever what we need is resolution. Here’s what
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