“MINA” PARTY24 March 2017Fontória Club Bar & Disco - Lisbonread more
"Mina" is a party organized by Rabbit Hole and Rádio Quântica that aim to bring together ravers and DJs in an experience of underground clubbing, sexual liberation and gender.
QUEER YOURSELF WORKSHOP24 March 2017 — 01 April 2017Maus Hábitos - Porto + c.e.m - Lisboaread more
COORDENATED BY MÓNICA GUERREIRO
MUSEUM OF SKATEBOARDING24 March 2017 — 25 March 2017Casa da Música / Fachada exterior - Oportoread more
Rather than examining skateboarding as a subculture, “The Museum of Skateboarding” addresses the impact skateboarding has on consciousness and the body.
GROOVE BALL PARTY25 March 2017Maus Hábitos - Portoread more
As a recreation of the 90s New York's Ballrooms, frequented by LGBTQ communities subculture, Groove BALL blooms in the emerging Oporto's night panorama where we assist to small but yet very relevant cultural and artistic intervention.
ETHICA. NATURA E ORIGINE DELLA MENTE25 March 2017 — 27 March 2017Teatro Nacional D. Maria II - Lisbonread more
“Natura” is a short theatrical action by Italian dramaturge and director Romeo Castellucci based on “On the Nature and Origin of the Mind,” the second volume of Spinoza’s “Ethics.”
MASTERCLASS28 March 2017Mosteiro São Bento da Vitória / Teatro Nacional São João - Portoread more
WITH ROMEO CASTELLUCCI
1K WAYS TO DIE30 March 2017 — 31 March 2017ZDB/Negócio - Lisbonread more
FLORENTINA HOLZINGER & CLAUDIA MATÉ
“1k ways to die” consolidates the collaboration between Austrian performer Florentina Holzinger and Spanish digital artist Claudia Maté. In their investigation of the relationship between performance and digital animation, they explore themes of alienation and individual identity in relation to beauty and perfection.
JÚLIO CÉSAR – PEÇAS SOLTAS30 March 2017 — 31 March 2017Mosteiro de São Bento da Vitória / Teatro Nacional São João - Oportoread more
“Julius Cesar. Spared Parts” features two mysterious characters: “…Vski,” a sort of Stanislavski who films the vibrations of his vocal chords with an endoscope, and Marc Antony, played by an actor without vocal chords, who addresses the audience directly from his oesophagus. Combining sculpture, technology, and the animal world, Castellucci once again challenges the conventions and limits of disciplines.
PALHAÇO RICO FODE PALHAÇO POBRE31 March 2017 — 08 April 2017Museu de Lisboa / Palácio Pimenta - Lisboa + Praça D. João I - Portoread more
JOÃO PEDRO VALE & NUNO ALEXANDRE FERREIRA
João Pedro Vale & Nuno Alexandre Ferreira’s visual arts practice includes a series of collaborations with other artists resulting in films, installations, fanzines, performances, set designs, and curatorial projects.
AVANTESMA FANTASMA31 March 2017 — 02 April 2017Teatro Nacional D. Maria II - Lisbonread more
JOÃO MARIA GUSMÃO & PEDRO PAIVA
João Maria Gusmão & Pedro Paiva have worked together since 2001, producing films, sculptures, photographs, installations, and anthologies of what they describe as “poetico-philosophical fiction.”
KLEIN31 March 2017Galeria ZDB - Lisbonread more
At 19, Klein is already one of the most intriguing and unclassifiable contemporary producers. Her music is fluid yet uncompromising.
VAN AYRES31 March 2017Galeria ZDB - Lisbonread more
In Van Ayres’s first record “Sorry Stars” we hear dream-like, exalted electronic music that maps the now with playful IDM, incandescent of 90s trance echoing in the music of Rustie or Lorenzo Senni, game soundtracks, and James Farraro’s consumerist hyper-reality post “Far Side Virtual” – all of this with dedication and sincerity worth celebrating.