MAAT CELEBRATES ITS 4TH ANNIVERSARY BY OFFERING FREE ADMISSION OVER THREE DAYS

Imagem do campus da Fundação EDP
Photo: FG+SG Fotografia de Arquitetura

 

The maat – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology will be celebrating its 4th anniversary over the weekend of 3 to 5 October, offering free admission to both the maat and Central buildings over those three days, between 11 am and 7 pm.

As well as visits to the exhibitions held across both buildings – including the recently opened Ballad of Today, by André Cepeda and Feast. Fury. Femina. Works from the FLAD Collection –, the programme also includes guided tours of the gardens of the EDP Foundation campus and architecture-themed tours. This weekend programme will also include itinerant music featuring Farra Fanfarra and Swing na Guelra, children’s theatre, workshops and talks.

All activities will have limited capacity in accordance with the safety procedures and recommendations from the national health authorities (DGS), as well as current legislation on preventative measures against COVID-19.

The maat opened on 5 October 2016. Designed by English architect Amanda Levete, the new building is located on the riverfront of Belém’s historical area, alongside the Central Tejo, a Portuguese example of industrial architecture from the first half of the 20th century.

 

PROGRAMME

 

Saturday, 3 October

11 am – 4 pm – Itinerant Music Programme featuring Farra Fanfarra

11 am – 7 pm – Children’s workshop: The Magic of Electromagnets (8+ years)

11 am – 12 pm – Guided tour of the Beeline installation

11 am – 12 pm – Tour of the museum gardens

12 pm – 1 pm – Tour of the exhibition Ballad of Today, by André Cepeda

3 pm – 4 pm – Monumental Tour of Central Tejo

5 pm – 6 pm – Open talk A Lisbon Cod Map, with André Tavares

4 pm – 7 pm – Itinerant Music Programme featuring Swing na Guelra

4 pm – 5 pm – Legible Spaces tour – Architecture-themed tour

5 pm – 6 pm – Guided tour of the exhibition Feast. Fury. Femina – Works from the FLAD Collection

5 pm – 6 pm – Talk / Performance B-Side: Paulo Brighenti The Legacy

6 pm – 7 pm – Tour of the museum gardens

 

Sunday, 4 October

11 pm – 4 pm – Itinerant Music Programme featuring Farra Fanfarra

11 pm – 12 pm – Children’s theatre. Performance-Stage reading How Long Are We?

11 pm – 19.00 – Children’s workshop: The Magic of Electromagnets (8+ years)

11 pm – 12 pm – Guided tour of the Beeline installation

11 pm – 12 pm - Tour of the museum gardens

12 pm – 1 pm – Tour of the exhibition Ballad of Today, by André Cepeda

3 pm – 4 pm – Monumental Tour of Central Tejo

4 pm – 5 pm – Secret Itinerary Tour

4 pm – 5 pm – Family workshop Discover maat – clue game

4 pm – 5 pm – Guided tour of the Beeline installation

4 pm – 7 pm – Itinerant Music Programme featuring Swing na Guelra

5 pm – 6 pm - Guided tour of the exhibition Feast. Fury. Femina – Works from the FLAD Collection

6 pm – 7 pm – Tour of the museum gardens

 

Monday, 5 October

11 pm – 4 pm – Itinerant Music Programme featuring Farra Fanfarra

11 pm – 12 pm – Children’s theatre. Performance-Stage reading How Long Are We?

11 pm – 7 pm – Children’s workshop: The Magic of Electromagnets (8+ years)

11 pm – 12 pm – Guided tour of the Beeline installation

11 pm – 12 pm - Tour of the museum gardens

12 pm – 1 pm – Tour of the exhibition Ballad of Today, by André Cepeda

12 pm – 1 pm – Legible Spaces tour – Architecture-themed tour

3 pm – 4 pm – Monumental Tour of Central Tejo

4 pm – 5 pm - Family workshop Discover maat – clue game

4 pm – 7 pm – Itinerant Music Programme featuring Swing na Guelra

4 pm – 5 pm – Guided tour of the Beeline installation

4 pm – 5 pm – Architecture-themed tour: Accessible Spaces (for normally sighted + visually impaired and blind visitors)

5 pm – 6 pm - Guided tour of the exhibition Feast. Fury. Femina – Works from the FLAD Collection

6 pm – 7 pm – Tour of the museum gardens

 

01 Oct 2020