DEBATE
“Please behave!”: tensions between new and traditional audiences
19.11.2019 | Angra do Heroismo, Castelo Branco, Évora, Faro, Funchal, Lisbon, Ponta Delgada, Porto, Torres Novas, V.N. Famalicão

CONFERENCE
Every Story Matters
19.11.2019 | Lisbon, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

SEMINAR
Cultural Management: a challenge for civil disobedience
22.10.2019 | Porto, MIRA artes performativas

ANNUAL CONFERENCE
14.10.2019 | Lisboa, São Luiz Teatro Municipal
The political role of cultural organisations
Recording
Part 1 – Álvaro Laborinho Lúcio (pt)
vídeo or podcast
Part 2 – Panel (pt)
vídeo or podcast
Part 3 – Corinna Gardner (en)
vídeo or podcast
Part 4 – Long table (pt)
vídeo or podcast


ACCESS CULTURE WEEK

17 to 23 June
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SEMINAR
Queer? LGBT narratives in Portuguese museums
8 May
Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisboa

DEBATE
Who interprets whom? Controversies regarding the interpretation of disabled, black or Asian, LGBT characters in theatre and cinema
9 April
Castelo Branco, Évora, Faro, Funchal, Lisbon, Porto, V.N. Famalicão

SEMINAR
Decolonizing the museums: in practice this is…?
Lisbon, 22 March
Part 1 – Communication of Wayne Modest
Vídeo or podcast
Part 2 – Debate with Wayne Modest
Vídeo ou podcast
Part 3 – Debate on the Portuguese case (in Portuguese)
Vídeo ou podcast

DEBATE
The politically correct: a way to include or a new barrier?
18 February
Castelo Branco, Évora, Faro, Funchal, Lisbon, Porto, V.N. Famalicão

SEMINAR
Being black –  Black presence in culture in Portugal
with Griot Theatre and guests
Lisbon, 11 February

SEMINAR
What does Brazil have to tell us? Artistic practices and participation
with Hugo Cruz
Porto, 31 January

SEMINAR
Culture and Human Rights
with Andreia Brites, Luís Ferreira and Maria Vlachou
Évora, 27 January