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Political Festival (Day 2)

13 to 16 August Foyer 2050 by Carolina Maria Exhibition m/12 Several studies on the planet and climate change predict that in 2050 we will live under extreme conditions, in an unprecedented scenario. How will our food be in 2050? What kind of products will we consume? What will our cuisine be made of? This exhibition is a delight […]

Lisbon on the street
Lisbon sounds

In March of this year, it became clear that the program that was initially planned could not be developed and Lisboa Soa sought to adapt and respond to the challenge, thus joining the resilient spirit demonstrated by the entire population during this period of great uncertainties. It was in this context that the festival launched an open call for […]

Lisbon on the street
Political Festival (Day 4)

13 to 16 August Foyer 2050 by Carolina Maria Exhibition m/12 Several studies on the planet and climate change predict that in 2050 we will live under extreme conditions, in an unprecedented scenario. How will our food be in 2050? What kind of products will we consume? What will our cuisine be made of? This exhibition is a delight […]

Lisbon on the street
Lisbon sounds

People, animals, plants and sounds are constantly migrating, moving from one side to the other, silencing or transforming soundscapes along the way. In some cases, they never again find a place to belong. In others, they manage to adapt and become naturalized. A greenhouse is an example of shelter: it protects different migrant plant species in a controlled atmosphere, but influenced by […]

Lisbon on the street
Festival These Romans Are Crazy

The museum goes out into the street and invites all Lisboners to get to know their Roman ancestors better. With multiple activities taking place in the archaeological site, in the museum and in the surrounding streets, this festival offers a new perspective on the city and its past. After all, we are also Romans and even a little crazy! […]

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The Diversity Party

In 2019, we celebrate 20 years of the first Diversity Festival. Promoted by the association SOS Racism in partnership with several other organizations, it seeks to bring to the public space the work developed by many associations and artists from the periphery, or from the “downtown”, but without the visibility that this work should have and that the creativity of its [ …]