Completing the seminar cycle on the city of Lisbon, we discover the modern era and look to the capital's planned future.
The City across the Ages cycle
Over six sessions we have journeyed through such different eras and we have seen in them how the city's outline took shape, we have seen the plasticity of the terrain, the architecture and the mentalities and we have witnessed the city's ongoing adaptation to the successive contexts of use and government, dictated by economic, commercial, social or political transformations.
Lisbon is never the same, so we follow the path on the capital's imagined future.
We become argonauts, and set sail through time to an imaginary future in the capital.
Industrial Lisbon by Jorge Custódio
Saturday, 20th of October at 4:00 p.m.
Republican Lisbon by Jorge Mangorrinha
Saturday, 27th of October at 4:00 p.m.
Lisbon and the empire by Margarida Acciaiuoli
Saturday, 24th of November at 4:00 p.m.
Lisbon and liberty by Teresa Barata Salgueiro
Saturday, 12th of January at 4:00 p.m.
Lisbon tomorrow by João Seixas
Saturday, 26th of Janury at 4:00 p.m.
SEMINARS & DEBATES
The city across the ages - Industrial Lisbon
by Jorge Custódio
Saturday, 20th of October at 4:00 p.m. (75 min.)
For adults and young people over +14
Only in Portuguese
Advance booking required
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Cinema at the Museum: "The City is protagonist" II
16 mar. - 15h00