We promote the development of Portugal, the Portuguese and the Portuguese-descendant communities through a close cooperation with the United States of America.

We are a bridge between the two countries, focusing on Science, Education,  Culture and Transatlantic Relations.

Portuguese-American Communities

This is a new space open to the community, where we will show Portuguese descendants and their incredible work in promoting Portugal. Join us!


Study in Portugal

Do you know the Study in Portugal Network? Every year we help hundreds of American students join Portuguese universities and to get acquainted with our culture.


What's Next Webinars

Every week for the next month, we will promote an online debate about the present and the future in Visual Arts, Mental Health, Education, and Politics.


US Elections 2020

FLAD will monitor each stage of the primaries, sharing relevant information to understand one of the most important electoral campaigns in the world.


FLAD's Contemporary Art Collection

FLAD’s contemporary art collection has brought together, since 1986, around 1000 art pieces representative of the artistic production from the 80s, 90s, and early 21st century, in Portugal. Come and see some of our most emblematic pieces.


João Ferreira is chosen to manage the Santa Maria Space Station – RAEGE

Given the geostrategic and spatial potential of Santa Maria Station, the…

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Diana Marie Afonso: Medicine in Rhode Island and the Coronavirus

Diana Marie Afonso, a Physician Assistant at the Rhode Island Hospital, explains the greatest difficulties and advice of the medical community during the pandemic.

Catarina Carvalho in our Atlantic Talks

The influence of American journalism, the impact of CNN and the Internet, fake news, and racial issues. Talking to Catarina Carvalho.

How was the What’s Next for Higher Education and Digital Transformation webinar?

The doubts are still many, but experts agree that the online format is here to stay (at least in part) and that much is lost without face-to-face teaching.

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