Las Golondrinas (The Swallows) is the name of a Mexican song from the end of the 19th century which is still part of melancholic goodbyes and nostalgic memories. Present in Latin American culture and its particular experience of migration, this song also entitles Maya Saravia's exhibition at Balcony Gallery.
B1-AKT //Migrant Integration Lab within the context of its global awareness campaign initiatives inspired by the Global Goals for Sustainable Development launched a grass root Public Policy/Citizens Diplomacy International awareness campaign, an open social media dialogue.
The African Art in Venice Forum presents its second edition on 7-9 May 2019.
In line with the Forum’s vision of inclusivity and accessibility, a Kickstarter campaign has been launched on March 18 for the development of a digital platform to livestream the event.
On March 30 and 31, some faculty members and Lisbon Consortium's students got together for a study trip to Malpartida de Cáceres, to visit the Vostell Malpartida Museum and to Elvas, for a guided tour to the Contemporary Art Museum by Ana Cristina Cachola.
On May 21, 2019, from 6.30 p.m. onwards, CECC - Research Centre for Communication and Culture will be debating experiences, fears and hopes concerning Europe, bringing in perspectives from very different angles and backgrounds through the voices of several of our PhD Students. The moderation will be led by the Director of CECC, Peter Hanenberg.
Call for Papers - On Cinema. New perspectives of research.
Journal of Science and Technology of the Arts | Revista de Ciência e Tecnologia das Artes | Portuguese Catholic University, Porto.
Deadline for submissions: June 15, 2019
Golden Lion for Best National Participation - Lithuanian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale | Sun & Sea (Marina) - Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė, Vaiva Grainytė, Lina Lapelytė
Commissioner: Rasa Antanavičıūte, Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts. Curator: Lucia Pietroiusti. May 11–October 31, 2019
A view from the UK where “the simplifiers, the oligarchs, the enemies of freedom” are making their presence felt, just as they are across Europe. A snapshot of work by Kader Attia, Wolfgang Tillmans, and Kathrin Böhm who provide a counter to the narrow and angry face of prejudice.
Ahlam Shibli (1970, Palestine) is a Palestinian photographer whose work, indeed documentarist, can be seen as a reportage, yet not so dramatic. What follows is the result of an interview conducted with her: a reflection around issues of power and coexistence, as they are portrayed through her series “Trackers” (2005) where she pictured Palestinians of Bedouin descent, who made the choice to enrol in the Israeli Defence Force.
The Summer School intends to be an advanced course of new practices of cinema, combining a critical thought with the contact with great creators of film and contemporary art. From July 2nd to 6th. Universidade Católica Portuguesa - Porto, Portugal.
A group of Royal College of Art students created a temporary research studio at Gasworks exploring what it means to be a resident in both the global art world and with respect to the wider geopolitical context of borders and restricted mobility.
From the suburbs to the coastline, Prouvost experiences and represents via a multitude of media (from singing and speech to dance and magic) the possibility of building a system where discrepancies are nothing but opportunities of sharing.
The Lisbon Consortium's Inaugural Lecture 2019-20, which will take place on October 9, at 6.00pm in room 511 (Building Faculdade de Ciências Económicas e Empresariais), at Universidade Católica Portuguesa.