Last thursday, November 9, José Carlos Teixeira met the Lisbon Consortium students for an informal meeting. The visual artist, who also teaches at University of Wisconsin-Madison, talked about his background and the current exhibition at MAAT, “On Exhile”, tackling subjects like migration, displacement and identity.
Today, 21st April, in Jornal Económico, an article about the Lisbon Consortium, with statements by the Rector of UCP Isabel Capeloa Gil, professors and students.
For the third year in a row, the Lisbon Consortium MA in Culture Studies was ranked #3 by Eduniversal Worldwide Best Masters Ranking in Arts and Cultural Management.
Last weekend, February 11- 12 2017, some students and teachers of The Lisbon Consortium went on a study trip to Porto and Guimarães. The program included a Talk at Porto City Hall by Guilherme Blanc about the cultural politics of the city, a visit to Serralves Foundation to see Philippe Parreno’s exhibition “A Time Coloured… Read More
The project ‘5/5: 5 artists, 5 project rooms places together the students’ final projects for the Curatorship Lab’s first edition, inline with the international MA and PhD frameworks in Cultural Studies, under the signature of The Lisbon Consortium programme. The project will exhibit Portuguese artists such as Miguel Palma, Luísa Jacinto, Teresa Braula Reis, João… Read More
This year’s winners of the Millennium BCP Foundation Scholarship and EDP Foundation International Grant were announced on September 30 at the Opening Session of the Lisbon Consortium academic year. The Millennium BCP Foundation Grant was awarded by Fátima Dias, representative of the Millennium BCP Foundation at the Curators Council of the Lisbon Consortium The Millennium… Read More
The open session of the academic year of the Lisbon Consortium was held last friday, September 30, at Centro Cultural de Belém, with the faculty, the old and the new students, the partners and Bill Fontana. Welcome to the Lisbon Consortium!
Photo: Stuart Davidson The sound artist Bill Fontana is the special guest of the Lisbon Consortium opening session, due to take place on September 30, at 18h, Centro Cultural de Belém (Sala Almada Negreiros) Bill Fontana (born USA 1947) is an American composer and artist who developed an international reputation for his pioneering experiments in sound. Since… Read More