CAMP'22 announces cycle of thought-provoking talks

CAMP’22 announces cycle of thought-provoking talks

From astrology to urban design and art to anthropology, the “non-festival” reveals a series of talks designed to challenge the senses.

On the 7th, 8th and 9th of October, CAMP’22 is the non-festival bringing together musicians, creators and thinkers among ancient vines and olive trees. On top of an impressive musical line-up, the organisation now reveals it will feature a series of talks designed to expand every participant’s mind.

Following its first festival in 2021, Morgado do Quintão winery in Lagoa now launches the first edition of CAMP. This parallel project celebrates the end of the harvest and the beginning of a new cycle with an extended programme of talks, concerts, workshops and other activities on an intimate scale.

Having already revealed its musical line-up, which includes three concerts by artists who share the values ​​and concept of the event (Carminho – 07.10, Bruno Pernadas – 08.10 and Mário Laginha – 09.10), the organisation now shares more about its other activities.

Over the course of three afternoons, The Talks, a cycle of conversations with guest speakers, will reflect on CAMP’s central theme: “Land, Meaning and Beauty”. Speakers include photographer and editor Cláudio Garrudo, lawyer and astrologer Duarte Miranda Mendes (Duarte Amadeu), architect and urban planner Rita Castel’Branco, sensorialist Lourenço Lucena, and Pedro Teixeira, professor at the University of Lisbon and founder of Safe Journey, among others.

Anthropologist Maria Manuel Restivo also joins CAMP in a partnership with Lisbon’s Brotéria cultural centre. And the much-anticipated premiere screening of “Tilt”, a documentary on poetic creation, will be presented by its producer, Teresa Júdice da Costa.

During the weekend celebrations, participants can visit the property, participate in several workshops, taste street food and sip on some of the winery’s most popular blends.

Earlybird tickets are already on sale on the Morgado do Quintão website and are limited to 500 places. Day passes cost 75€, and the three-day passes cost 150€.

Open Media is proud to be CAMP’22’s official media partner. Follow us for more details as we reveal the “non-festival’s” exciting programme in the weeks leading up to the event.


By Alexandra Stilwell