SÃO VICENTE CÁ FORA was a unique initiative to explore new ways of using public space, seeking to strengthen the dialogue with the local community through the development of diverse activities, which took place in the neighborhood of the National Pantheon, in the parish of São Vicente de Fora, in Lisbon.
Conceived for a pre-pandemic time, the COVID-19 caused the disruption of an entire initial plan, contrary to the initial intention of attracting the population, residents, walkers and curious, in order to ensure effective and safe conditions for the continuation of activities.
All this change forced the initiative to rethink, to explore different formats and methodologies.
Starting from the artistic intervention of three artists, recently graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon, represented by Zet Gallery, Alberto Rodrigues Marques, Henrique Palmeirim and Hugo Castilho, they develop the alignment of creativity and achieved the objectives exposed, of the four key actions, to explain, extend, strapping and expect.
We strongly encourage you to explore the other initiatives, to browse the best photographs, to discover the singularities of São Vicente, to watch the videos with inspirational interviews with artists, residents, entrepreneurs and professionals, the workshops, the best moments of this memorable moment.
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