May 31 to June 2 | UCP & Espaço Alkantara Description: Archiving Performance explores, on one hand, the modes by which performances archive and are archived and, on the other hand, the modes by which archives perform and are performed. The three-day seminar will focus on the Portuguese artistic landscape, bringing together several artists who will… Read More
The inauguration of the Nucleus “The Ballets Russes in Lisbon” from the exhibition “Os Ballets Russes: Modernidade após Diaghilev”, will take place on July 26th at 6:00 pm, at Museu Nacional do Teatro e da Dança.
Celebrating the centenary of the Ballets Russes season in Lisbon, the exhibition reflects on the artistic modernity of Serguei Diaghilev’s project and has the participation of contemporary artists. “The Ballets Russes: Modernity after Diaghilev” is a Lisbon Consortium project, with the support of Fundação Millennium BCP and other partners, coordinated by Professor Isabel Capeloa Gil,… Read More
REPLACEMENT AND REPLACEABILITY 6–7 December 2018 | Universidade Católica Portuguesa – Lisbon Deadline Extension We are happy to announce that the deadline for handing in abstracts concerning the call below has been extended. The earlier deadline was June 15th 2018. This has now been changed to June 30th 2018. We are looking forward… Read More
Diffractions is an online, peer reviewed and open access graduate journal for the study of culture. The journal is published bi-annually under the editorial direction of graduate students in the doctoral program in Culture Studies at The Lisbon Consortium – Universidade Católica Portuguesa. After a short hiatus, Diffractions returns with this second series. If you… Read More
On June 1st we will go to Sintra’s Art Museum to visit the photography exhibition Significação, guided by Ricardo Escarduça, student of the Master in Culture Studies. The artists will be present for a talk after the visit. A bus will leave UCP at 2.30 pm and will return from Sintra at 6.00 pm… Read More
The MA student Atena Abrahimia was the curator of the group photography exhibition “RECRIAR: Portugueses do Luxemburgo”, that gathers works by Sven Becker, Paulo Lobo, Bruno Oliveira, Jessica Theis. The exhibition will take place between the 7th and the 30th of June in Fábrica Braço de Prata, at Sala Arendt. The opening will be May 7… Read More
The exhibition “Significação. Outras Margens do Jardim” was organized and produced by the Lisbon Consortium Master student Ricardo Escarduça, with the coordination of Maria de Carvalho, during his internship at the Lxc partner Parques de Sintra-Monte da Lua. The exhibition, that opens May 5 and goes until June 3, shows the work of four artists,… Read More
The workshop organized by PhD students from the Lisbon Consortium titled “Donald Trump’s Political Reality: The Politics of Fakery and the Fakery of Politics” will place from 10:00 to 18:00 on April 30, 2018 at the Universidade Católica Portuguesa. And continues from 21:00-22:00 in Anjos 70. The program is now available.
REPLACEMENT AND REPLACEABILITY IN CONTEMPORARY CULTURE VIII Graduate Conference in Culture Studies 6–7 December 2018 | Universidade Católica Portuguesa – Lisbon Call for Papers We call for papers for the 8th Graduate Conference in Culture Studies. This edition will be on the theme of “Replacement and Replaceability in Contemporary Culture” and takes place in… Read More
Artivism = Capital – puts together the students’ final projects of the 2nd edition of the Curatorship seminar, in the frame of the MA & PhD international program in Culture Studies. This curatorial project unites 4 artworks prepared by the Portuguese and international artists Alexandra Ferreira & Bettina Wind, Maria Trabulo, Marilá Dardot and Nikolaj… Read More
The workshop organized by PhD students from the Lisbon Consortium is titled “Donald Trump’s Political Reality: The Politics of Fakery and the Fakery of Politics”. It takes place on April 30, 2018 at the Universidade Católica Portuguesa. https://trumpsfakeryofpolitics.wordpress.com/ Call for Participation – Workshop – The Lisbon Consortium This workshop on politics in the time of… Read More
Reuben Ross, Phd student of the Lisbon Consortium, published a photo essay on Rua do Benformoso, in Lisbon, on Public Books, a site founded in 2012 by Sharon Marcus , a literary critic, and Caitlin Zaloom, an anthropologist, “to create a diverse new home for intellectual debate online” Check the photo essay here: The Street and… Read More
The PhD students in Culture Studies at the Lisbon Consortium that organize the reading circle are preparing a special session, date to be announced. The politics of Trump’s politics, A Politics of Surroundings Special In his recent book Scatter 1. The Politics of Politics in Foucault, Heidegger, and Derrida, 2016, Geoffrey Bennington poses the following question:… Read More
TOMORROW, March 7, it will take place the Roundtable in the context of 5 Artists/5 Project Rooms, with Lourenço Egreja (Carpe Diem Arte & Pesquisa); Gregor Taul (The Lisbon Consortium); Chloé Nicolas (La Box), Delfim Sardo (Culturgest e Laboratório de Curadoria), Susana Gomes da Silva e Rita Fabiana (Museus Gulbenkian); Cláudia Camacho (Antiframe).
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
The 6th Graduate Conference, one student led activity, took place at Universidade Católica Portuguesa 24-25th of November, 2016, with national and international speakers. Now you can check out the highlights.
This reading circle is organized by PhD students in Culture Studies at the Lisbon Consortium in Lisbon, Portugal. It is open to whoever is interested in taking part in discussing the readings that are decided on and announced on this website by the organizers of this circle. The circle gathers weekly on Fridays in the… Read More