Last year in a journalism workshop I attended, the lecturer said that the best thing a master can give us is access to academic papers for free. I never considered that academic papers could prove to be quite as useful at helping people go through their issues just as they help journalists backing-up their stories.
The thing is: I’m afraid of sounding and looking ridiculous. If something that I do might be perceived as “sexy”, I immediately shake it off, like after a tumble, and I never expand it or prolong it in time.
Alexandru Dediu is a multimedia designer and DJ. He’s part of Block3, a Copenhagen-based group of DJs that organizes music events and podcasts, where they play their own tracks and share their take on the electronic music scene.
Personally, the word location has been haunting me since then, and although I’ve tried to push it under the carpet for 2021, the truth is that I have to decide if I’m staying in Copenhagen or spending a semester in Lisbon, now that I won’t be going to Rio for my internship because of Covid-19.
Lugansk Contemporary Diaspora is a loose collective initiated in 2015 by artists-refugees from Lugansk that work with a variety of mediums such as exhibitions, magazines, films and musical events.
I had heard before that content creation is a muscle that needs to be exercised in order to get stronger. As running also demands, consistency is thus needed – “read a lot, write a lot,” King advises.
Eu já tinha ouvido que criação de conteúdo é um músculo que precisa de ser exercitado para ser desenvolvido. Como a corrida também exige, é necessário consistência – “lê muito, escreve muito”, aconselha o Stephen King.
Mattia Chus é ilustrador, designer gráfico e pintor de murais em Copenhaga, e organizador dos workshops Sketchy Monday. O MOMENTO…
Mattia Chus is a freelance illustrator, graphic designer and mural painter based in Copenhagen, and organizer of the event-series Sketchy Monday.
Marta Vidal is a freelance journalist that has written for international papers such as The Guardian, Washington Post and Al Jazeera, collecting stories from places like Portugal, Bosnia, Jordan and the West Bank.
Marta Vidal é uma jornalista freelancer, com reportagens publicadas em jornais como o The Guardian, Washington Post, Al Jazeera e…
Todas as semanas, eu e um amigo passamos por uma espécie de crise acerca das nossas agendas. Nós temos aulas,…
My friend’s worries usually revolve around wanting to tackle all his goals at once, whilst mine is about how to plan the work that needs to be done with this project.
Raida Rehouni trabalha remotamente como gestor de marketing para a Shut Up and Go, uma empresa fundada por dois Youtubers…
Raida Rehouni works remotely as a marketing manager for Shut Up and Go, a travel media company co-founded by two Youtubers that encourages people to travel the world and live the lives they’ve always wanted.
Rosenberg argumenta que por trás de cada discussão existem necessidades que não estão a ser satisfeitas, e que nós ficaríamos muito mais felizes se lidássemos com elas e tentássemos satisfazê-las. Por exemplo, isto traduz-se em algo como mudar o discurso de “Estás sempre atrasado!” para “Eu fico furiosa porque eu gostava que estivesses comigo mais vezes do que estás”.
Rosenberg’s arguments rest upon the idea that behind every argument there are needs that aren’t being met. For instance, this would translate into shifting the words “You’re always late!” to “I’m feeling furious because I would like you to be around more times than you are”.
Teresa Arega é artista freelancer e criadora do podcast Varicela.
Há dois anos atrás, no meio de uma depressão, escrevi no meu diário “Pergunto-me se a Sylvia Plath e a…
Teresa Arega is a Portuguese freelance artist and creator of the Varicela podcast, in which she invites her fellow artists, to discuss creativity and other topics.