Terra looks into communities throughout the world to embrace our common home, planet Earth. How do resource depletion, socio-economic inequalities, and climate alter-actions intertwine at different scales? Terra is a call to action inspired by shared local insights from around the globe with the potential to transform the current fragmented linear system of cities-as-machines into a circular holistic model of cities-as-organisms. The result of a three-year-long collective exploration is an exchange of knowledge and practices that generously imagines a more sustainable future where new paradigms reinvent our ways of place-making on a globalised planet.
Chief curators: Cristina Veríssimo, Diogo Burnay
CCB – Garagem Sul: €6
The pass is nominal and allows unlimited entry to the exhibitions during the months of the Triennale 2022. It can be purchased at the physical and online ticket offices of the Palácio Sinel de Cordes, MAAT, CCB and Culturgest (until 5 December, 2022).
50% reduction for students and people over 65. Free access for unemployed people upon presentation of evidence.
The Palácio Sinel de Cordes, hosting activities, a collective exhibition, and pop-up cafeteria and bookshop is free admission.
Exhibitions guided tours
Bookings: (at least seven days in advance): email@example.com
For a deeper and more engaging experience, we offer guided tours of the core exhibitions and Palácio Sinel de Cordes to groups – all school levels, universities, professionals and other communities.
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For a participating programme, we offer ludo-pedagogical activities in family and school group workshops, quests and autonomous play for children and young adults to explore the different meanings of Terra.
Pop-up cafeteria and bookstore
until 05/12, 11h—19h (closed on Monday)
+351 913 240 618
(maximum 12 people)
We have once again a pop-up cafeteria open to our patio complemented by a bookstore presenting the books published by the Triennale. Anyone is welcome to drop by to enjoy a good read and have a glass of wine, cocktail, or freshly made juice, and we also offer hot soups, vegetarian recipes, and homemade cakes during lunch and the afternoon.