Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology (MAAT)Visit the MAAT
The MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology – is one of the newest cultural additions to the city of Lisbon. It sits on the edge of the Tagus River in Belém, with a view of the São Jorge Castle and the waterfront. As a space of discovery, critical thinking, and global dialogue, it supports the work of Portuguese artists and curators by giving them a platform to connect with the international art community.
Picadeiro Real (Former Museu Nacional dos Coches)Visit Picadeiro
The Data Journalism Awards reward outstanding work in data journalism worldwide. The ceremony and gala dinner will be hosted at the striking Picadeiro Real (former Royal Riding School, adjacent to the Museu Nacional dos Coches). Designed and built in the 18th century by Italian architect Giacomo Azzolini, the original royal riding stables are adjacent to the National Palace of Belém, official residence of the Portuguese President.
*This year, we require that participants wishing to attend the Data Journalism Awards Ceremony register in advance. Each registration is valid for one seat.
Registrations will open soon.
TOPO ChiadoVisit TOPO
Overlooking the skyline of the Chiado district in downtown Lisbon, TOPO (“top” in Portuguese) Chiado sits on the Terraços do Carmo, at the feet of the Convento do Carmo – a traditional Roman Catholic convent. With breathtaking views of Rossio Square and Santa Justa Elevator, the TOPO Chiado rooftop is a prime location to enjoy a drink in Lisbon.
Directly opposite Pátio de Galé, sitting on the other side of Praça do Comércio, Minesterium is one of Lisbon’s top nightclubs and nightlife hubs. The club’s outdoor terrace overlooks the square and the shores of the Tagus river. After the sun goes down, join the party inside for cocktails, good music, and dancing.