FLAD launches this Thursday theWhat’s Next webinars, a cycle of conferences aimed at promoting a set of debates and reflections on the different impacts of COVID-19 in various areas of society, always looking to the future.

It is important to reflect on how the pandemic has changed our lives and how this “new normal”, in which we live now, will look like. FLAD is proud of the work done over the past 35 years in promoting a space for debate and, even from a distance, we will continue to play this role, now in this online format.

What’s Next webinars will bring Portuguese and North-American experts together in a series of talks that aim to bring new perspectives to changes in the areas of Culture, Mental Health, Education, and Politics, on both sides of the Atlantic.

During the next month, we bring you one conversation a week, always at the same time, to discuss these transformations.

The impact of the pandemic on Visual Arts – already this Thursday (18/06)

The first edition takes place this Thursday, June 18, at 6 pm, and the highlight goes to the transformative effects of COVID-19 in the Visual Arts.

The “What’s next… how the pandemic changed visual arts” will bring together a renowned panel, with the participation of University Professor Helena Barranha, Visual Artist Leonor Antunes, Gallerist Vera Cortês, and Economist and Founder of AiR 351, Luís Campos e Cunha. This debate will be moderated by Journalist Filipe Santos Costa.

To participate, simply subscribe to this link. Registration is free.

The webinar will take place through the Zoom platform and the working language will be Portuguese.

We’re counting on you!

See you soon!