Activities

Activities

Since we desire a participatory programme, we offer ludo-pedagogical or theoretico-practical activities addressed to all people: young, grown-up, mature… From workshops for children to actions for young people and get-togethers for adults, our visitors can explore the various themes and meanings of Terra.

Accessible tour

This descriptive and tactile tour for the blind and low vision will raise interest in the potential for intervention in broken and marginalised territories. We will touch models of cities, projects and objects with extraordinary real stories of resilience, opportunity and contemporary solutions. We want you to learn and experience what is being done in various cities around the globe, through public and community initiatives, and architecture studios working on these issues.

Imaginable Guidelines

We challenge you to adapt to the city of Lisbon a set of open-source cards that are urban design guidelines and cover essential and idiosyncratic city topics. The aim is to facilitate a common vocabulary to empower collective imagination with a tool that is a proactive game for citizens, experts and municipalities to build urban solutions together. In this workshop we will build a prototype with specific examples from the city. HEY! Imaginable Guidelines is an original project by SANALarc studio in Istanbul that is being developed in Lisbon by the Triennale with the Observatório Urbano collective.

City Stickers

There are many cities: with different houses, different paths, different trees, different smells, and the same conversations. What do you need in yours?

Let’s trade stickers: I show you what’s good about mine and I want to know what’s even better in yours! What do we really need to be well and comfortable? What if we put all these recipes together in a common space to make something beautiful happen?

Cycles with Nature

In this workshop we will discover where materials come from, what circularity of resources is, and stimulate critical thinking, all based on the best teacher: Nature. Using creativity, children will discover new ways to take care of the spaces around them based on needs, resources and people who can help them meet their goals at home or at school. In the end, they will be true specialists in reducing, recycling and reusing, always inspired by the cycles of nature.

Dream on Earth

First you dream. Then… it happens? How is your house of the future? Beautiful, comfortable? Will it make a difference in the world around it? Are you alone or accompanied?

Let’s think about how you can respond, or react, to the great changes our planet Earth is going through. Then we put all the houses together and make a city… or will there be cities in the future as we know them today?

Water?

Water that comes or not. Much, too little or none. Swim, if too much; drill if too little. Underneath our feet, tunnels take water from the mountain to the sea passing through our houses. How does it work?

In an action-reaction game, we are going to build a contraption to collect and distribute water at the scale of our city. Each one has a word to say. But together we make our encounter with the forces of nature happen.

The result remains assembled for non-stop play until the end of the day!

From sky to table

This workshop opens the dialogue about the role architecture can play in the transformation of cities, from linear models to circular models, with a view to sustainability. Through a visit to the first up farm, at Parque Hortícola Aquilino Ribeiro Machado, in Alvalade, Parto Atelier proposes not only to explore the role of architecture in this context, but also to promote the debate on the potential of vertical horticulture to promote food self-sustainability.
Using pedagogical tools, we intend to bring the production process closer to consumers, aiming at community self-organisation and socioeconomically sustainable models. We invite participants to get involved practically in the various stages of production, from preparing the substrate to harvesting and making a Zero Km salad!

Up Playing

Gather original materials, gather creative people, and come create new games!

This is an activity that promotes the use of marginalised materials to create more or less known games. Each family chooses the materials and type of game they like best and creates three different combinations. In the end, you take home your favourite.

City Stickers

There are many cities: with different houses, different paths, different trees, different smells, and the same conversations. What do you need in yours?

Let’s trade stickers: I show you what’s good about mine and I want to know what’s even better in yours! What do we really need to be well and comfortable? What if we put all these recipes together in a common space to make something beautiful happen?

Cycles with Nature

In this workshop we will discover where materials come from, what circularity of resources is, and stimulate critical thinking, all based on the best teacher: Nature. Using creativity, children will discover new ways to take care of the spaces around them based on needs, resources and people who can help them meet their goals at home or at school. In the end, they will be true specialists in reducing, recycling and reusing, always inspired by the cycles of nature.

Brincapé in the Patio

With these loose materials you can make up your own games because they are used for various things (stacking, hiding, pushing, stuffing, etc.). The ones you see here came to us before they go to waste; they were donated by various people and organisations, and they can now be whatever you desire, whatever your imagination asks for and whatever your will creates. Many children have already used these same materials in many hours of play. Now it’s your chance!

Dream on Earth

First you dream. Then… it happens? How is your house of the future? Beautiful, comfortable? Will it make a difference in the world around it? Are you alone or accompanied?

Let’s think about how you can respond, or react, to the great changes our planet Earth is going through. Then we put all the houses together and make a city… or will there be cities in the future as we know them today?

Water?

Water that comes or not. Much, too little or none. Swim, if too much; drill if too little. Underneath our feet, tunnels take water from the mountain to the sea passing through our houses. How does it work?

In an action-reaction game, we are going to build a contraption to collect and distribute water at the scale of our city. Each one has a word to say. But together we make our encounter with the forces of nature happen.

The result remains assembled for non-stop play until the end of the day!

Plant the City

How do we imagine the city in the future? Are we all responsible for the public space we share? So why not think about it collectively?

From a map of places we know and the collection of objects and memories that are part of our daily life, we challenge you to think about how we can plant new ideas for the empty spaces of the city, making it more sustainable, productive and solidary

Treasure Hunt at the Palace

Palácio Sinel de Cordes has lived many lives and hides small treasures in its rooms, among the garden cobblestones and in its magnificent trees. When its rooms are invaded by strange objects, it gains new treasures and new stories you’ll want to tell. A competition awaits you and your family to explore the Palace and its exhibitions.

This is not a thing

A house, a building, a wall, a floor. A stone, a piece of wood, fabrics, cork, and sand. What used to be a house becomes a toy. Not everything is what it seems: in this workshop-installation we invite bodies to play with materials that could be a piece of wall, a window or the remains of a building. An invitation to be on the move, in a carefully prepared space where each one becomes a co-creator of their own experience.

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Exhibitions

01 Oct. - 04 Dec.

Visionaries

Tuesday to Sunday: 11h—18h (closed on Monday)
Culturgest

Activities

Today

Cycles with Nature

Saturday: 15/10, 11h
Saturday: 04/12, 11h
CCB – Garagem Sul

Tours

Today

Annotated tour to Cycles exhibition

Sunday: 15h
CCB – Garagem Sul
90 minutes, free, booking required: tours@trienaldelisboa.com

Tours

Today

Annotated tour to Retroactive exhibition

Sunday: 11h
MAAT – Central Tejo
90 minutes, free, booking required: tours@trienaldelisboa.com

Exhibitions

until 05 Dec.

(Un)Made Cities by Segregated Transport Infrastructures

Tuesday to Sunday: 11h—19h (closed on Monday)
Palácio Sinel de Cordes
Admission free

Activities

until 05 Dec.

Treasure Hunt at the Palace

Tuesdays to Sunday: 11h—19h
Palácio Sinel de Cordes

Activities

until 05 Dec.

Brincapé in the Patio

Tuesdays to Sunday: 11h — 19h
Palácio Sinel de Cordes

Exhibitions

until 05 Dec.

Terra Infirma – Terra Incognita

Tuesday to Sunday: 11h—19h
Palácio Sinel de Cordes
Admission free

Exhibitions

until 05 Dec.

The Clothed Home

Tuesday to Sunday: 11h—19h
Palácio Sinel de Cordes
Free admission

Exhibitions

until 05 Dec.

Retroactive

Wednesday to Monday: 10h—19h
MAAT – Central Tejo

Exhibitions

until 30 Dec.

River Somes

Thursday to Sunday: 12h—18h
Carpintarias de S. Lázaro

Exhibitions

until 08 Jan.

Descrição do conteúdo da imagem

Multiplicity

Tuesday to Friday: 10h—13h / 14h—18h
weekends and holidays: 10h—14h / 15h—18h
MNAC

Tours

until 12 Feb.

Guided Tours for Groups

Duration: 60 to 90 minutes
Capacity: varies per exhibition; large groups must be divided
Price: varies per exhibition
Booking for various venues: tours@trienaldelisboa.com (min 7 days in advance)

Exhibitions

until 12 Feb.

Cycles

Tuesday to Sunday: 10h—18h
CCB – Garagem Sul

Exhibitions

until 26 Mar.

Disquietude: Architecture and Energy in Portugal

Tuesday to Sunday: 10h—13h, 14h—18h
Municipal Galleries – Avenida da India Gallery

Municipal Galleries – Avenida da India Gallery

c. e. m. – Centro em Movimento

Casa da Cerca – Contemporary Art Centre

Palácio Sinel de Cordes

Carpintarias de S. Lázaro

Gulbenkian – Auditorium 2

MAAT – Central Tejo

MNAC – National Museum of Contemporary Art

Culturgest

CCB – Garagem Sul