From Lisbon

Amadeo Souza Cardoso

Amadeo in Lisbon

The exhibition titled Amadeo de Souza Cardoso 2016-1916 is taking place at the National Contemporary Art Museum in Lisbon until February 26. It celebrates the artist's two only solo exhibitions held in Portugal.

Art giving a voice

There is a new exhibition titled Traços de uma Infância – Desenhos da Autoria de Crianças Refugiadas na Grécia (Traits of a childhood — Drawings by Refugee children in Greece, in a free translation to English) taking place until February 12, at Rua das Janelas Verdades, 128B, in Lisbon.

The city that should have been

The exhibition A Lisboa Que Teria Sido (The Lisbon That Should Have Been, in a free translation to English), at Museu de Lisboa, gathers about 200 projets that were presented for the city between the 16th and the 20th centuries and never came to life.

Musical aftermath

The Festival Rescaldo (Aftermath, in English) will take place between February 10 and 18 at Culturgest and Panteão Nacional, in the Portuguese capital, Lisbon.
Almada Negreiros

Almada’s big exhibition

The first big exhibition dedicated to Almada Negreiros is to take place, starting from February 3, at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. It is called A Way of Being Modern and it will last until June 5.

Choosing Lisbon’s parade song

A competition to choose the lyrics and melody of the Grande Marcha de Lisboa 2017 (Big Lisbon Parade 2017, in a free translation to English) is undergoing until February 22. The event is promoted by EGEAC, Lisbon’s municipal company in charge of promoting cultural animation.

Why do people dance

1HD, or Uma História da Dança (A History of Dance, in English), is a multimedia show aimed at children, and will open at Teatro Camões, in Lisbon, on Saturday, January 28.

A graphic city

The exhibition Graphic City features a collection of deactivated printing types and signs of Lisbon in the 20th century, and is being held until March 18, at Convento da Trindade, in the Portuguese capital.

Shakespeare at Teatro Ibérico

The theatre troupe Companhia João Garcia Miguel will stage the play Romeu e Julieta (Romeo and Juliette) between tomorrow, Tuesday, and Friday, at Teatro Ibérico, in the Portuguese capital, Lisbon.
MORFME _ PLURAL _Foto Pedro Tiago

Arts for self-respect

Casa das Artes (House of Arts, in a free translation to English), under Fundação Liga, develops an artistic project with physically and mentally disabled people, in Portugal. It aims at integrating these individuals in the society, but, as the coordinator Cristina Passos tells mART, it also helps in providing them with self-confidence and a purpose in life.

A radio feast

The Festival Antena 2, organised by the Portuguese radio station Antena 2, will be held between January 24 and 29, at Teatro da Trindade, in the Portuguese capital, Lisbon.