New ezimute website
As for today, our new ezimute website starts its life – even if it is a humble beta tester. From now on, you can click on this link to go straight to our new website’s news section. There, you’ll find nothing but the best news and cool activities to do in Lisbon. We invite you to visit and take your time aboard ezimute.com and we hope you love it as much as we do.
Lisbon with comics festival
Orlando Ribeiro Municipal Library hosts, from tomorrow until Sunday, yet another edition of Anicomics Lisboa. The initiative focuses on comics and Japanese manga and is preparing dozes of activities. The highlights are the comics and manga contest, the Japanese workshop and, of course, the cosplay competition. Plus, there’ll be several books and authors presentations throughout the days. Check the full program for Anicomics Lisboa in this link.
Brazilian carnival in pictures
Brazilian photographer Fred Jordão is the man behind the exhibit “Recife’s Street Carnival”, held in casa da América Latina, until the 13 June. The show is the result of more than four years of work around the Brazilian carnival and focuses not only on the people, but also on the streets, dances and carnival’s rhythms. Entrance is free.
Ribatejo’s easter tradition in Lisbon
An exhibit of Ribatejo’s Easter traditions is set to happen tomorrow, 10 April, in the shop Produtos e Territórios, located in largo do Intendente. During the whole day, Lisbon will see the recreation of some of the most emblematic traditions from that region, such as Sardoal’s flower carpet (as seen on the photo). The day ends with a degustation of Ribatejo’s traditional products.
South Africa to see in Gulbenkian
This is not the Place is the Pieter Hugo’s exhibit held by Calouste Gulbenkian. Through unconventional portraits and landscapes, the south-african photographer shows us a new country, free of apartheid but still bearing its heavy heritage. The entrance is free and you can see it until the 1 June.