• 15/05/22 News

    ALFA BRAVO – WE DID IT!

    Today, around 200 volunteers helped transform the city landscape of Lisbon as part as one of the largest participatory art projects nationwide. ALFA BRAVO organized by State of the Art and created by artist António Guimarães Ferreira is more than the transformation of a 4km wall, it is a social inclusive project that unites citizens from all backgrounds!

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  • 14/05/22 News

    PARTICIPATORY ART EVENT ALFA BRAVO

    It’s already tomorrow that more than 170 volunteers and 30 coordinators will paint the 3.8km wall creating one of the largest public works of art in Portugal! If you want to see Lisbon transformed, stop by Av. Infante Dom Henrique between Santa Apolónia and the Braço de Prata area! From 9 am to 6 pm!

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  • 12/05/22 News

    Exhibition Surf Art @Oeiras Parque

    Opening of the SURF ART Exhibition at Oeiras Parque! With the curation and executive production of State of the Art and in partnership with the Portuguese Surfing Federation, the exhibition celebrates surfing culture, the arts, good environmental practices and the stunning coast of the region! Free entrance! Visit us on the 2nd Floor of Oeiras Parque until June 30th!

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  • 10/05/22 News

    Public Art Mural by Vanessa Teodoro

    Vanessa Teodoro’s meticulous work at the Cascais Marina gave way to a spectacular mural! Curated by State of the Art, the art mural featuring graphic brushstrokes with movement (all hand-made by the artist in freestyle), represents the constant evolution of fashion, as well as its adaptability.

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  • 05/05/22 News

    Exhibition Ana Malta Numpára @Cupra

    Inauguration of the exhibition “The Crisis of the Daughter of Icário” by artist Ana Malta Numpára. Curated by State of the Art (SOTA), Ana Malta Numpára’s works of art are the product of the study of color, movement, patterns and scratching materials.
    The exhibition is open until the 26th of May at @cupra_portugal
    📍 Cupra Garage City Lisbon: Rua Áurea, 64

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  • 26/04/22 News

    Open Call Volunteers – Project Alfa Bravo

    Do you want to volunteer in a public art project and help transform the city of Lisbon? Sign up at alfabravo.pt and come paint the largest wall in Lisbon on the 15th of May!

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  • 08/04/22 News

    BE Prismatic by Rueffa @CUPRA

    Yesterday we launched a monthly art exhibition cycle at the new @cupracitygaragelisboa! A beautiful space of the bold innovative brand CUPRA in the perfect location downtown Lisbon! The initiative started with the exhibition “Be Prismatic” by Neo Pop Artist Rueffa ‘rt and her presentation of two pieces of the exclusive new edition “Prism” from her series #PUNCHINTHEFACE! Come visit the exhibition at #Cupracitygaragelisboa. Rua Áurea 64. April 8 to 28!

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  • 03/03/22 News

    Art, AI & Blockchain

    ARTISTS, DESIGNERS, CREATIVES and TECH enthusiasts! Join our series of events on “Art, AI, & Blockchain”, March 5-8! Register now for our NFT Minting Workshop (limited seats) and for our Panel discussion with artists, entrepreneurs, curators, and scholars. With AI artist ALAgrApHY, Pauline Foessel from Artgrid, architect and artist João Simões, Nova SBE Professor Leid Zejnilovic and Astrid Sauer, CEO of State of the Art.

    Registrations Panel: https://lnkd.in/dUg6ZeH3

    Registrations NFT Minting Workshop: https://lnkd.in/dTKM7pTH

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  • 25/10/21 News

    Culture needs more private investment and less state intervention

    The meeting, promoted by State of the Art (SOTA), the National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC), in Lisbon and the Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage, had as its main objective to discuss the importance of attracting investment from private companies and from patrons.
    https://expresso.pt/economia/2021-10-25-Cultura-precisa-de-mais-investimento-privado-e-Estado-menos-interventivo—empresas-c64ad9e1

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  • 20/10/21 News

    Round table “The importance of culture for the economy”

    On October 25th, at 10.00 am, don’t miss the talk “The Importance of Culture for the Economy”. Two panels discussing extremely relevant issues, such as the impact of the cultural sector on the national economy, as well as the advantages that an investment in culture has for private and public companies. The event will be broadcast live on Canal Cultura. Organization: DGPC, MNAC and State of the Art | With the support of: Portuguese Republic | Media Partners: Jornal de Negócios and Canal Cultura.

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