Next Stop: Azores Fringe Festival in Pico

Why on earth would someone come up with an arts festival that, literally, hops between islands for six weeks before the tourist high season?

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SoPA: Theater Workshops and Community Life in Brixton

“Being involved with the community” may sound like something scraped out of a beauty pageant rehearsed speech (at best) or a politician’s empty promise to get more votes (at worst), but in the real world there are people who understand, live and feel this somewhat cliched concept under their skin. Pedro is one of them and, together with Matilde, they walk the talk with SoPA.

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London Horror Festival: When Horror Takes Center Stage

To pique my curiosity is not an easy task and I often find myself disillusioned by most of the contemporary attempts. Until I came across the London Horror Festival…

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National Gallery, 3 Paintings that Made an Impact

A visit to the National Gallery was on my plans ever since I visited London for the first time. The visitors are a mix of art enthusiasts, of bored tourists, and of artists. Outside, Trafalgar Square is a mix of street artists and unoriginal buskers – how many fake levitators do we have to see before we decide it’s too much?

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Vera Marmelo: the (Accidental) Photographer

I first met Vera in Bairro Alto about five years ago in one of her exhibits. Her portraits showed people from the inside out (stripped but not vulnerable), that natural and clear. This, to me, is Vera’s signature.

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3 Outstanding Museums to Visit in Lisbon

Museums are free entrance on every first Sunday of the month in Lisbon. These are our three favorite art museums in the city, where you can lose track of time.

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Meeting the Ganesh Idol Sculptors of Hollywood

Of the many times we passed by the Hollywood slum, the statues of the Ganesh idol always got my attention. I wanted to meet the local artists behind this craft.

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