How are we spending Easter in Lisbon?
Easter is a wonderful time here in Portugal. It has both cultural and religious importance for the ones living here and we would all agree – it is the time most of us spend with our family and friends. Whether it’s fun activities in Lisbon you are after or some inspiration for a more original Easter table setting (Zara home is too mainstream and OLX hasn’t quite gained your trust yet?), check out what SkillsGorilla has to offer.
We are happy to welcome more ceramics workshops in Lisbon! During 2h 30min class you will learn how to work with clay, create different pieces of ceramics and paint them. This workshop welcome kids from 5 years old so it’s a perfect opportunity to spend Easter break as a family.
Why don’t you take this opportunity to learn how to make special Easter gifts to your friends and family? Join us this Easter and make Origami bunny, swan and a basket for your chocolate eggs. In each class, level is adapted to participants.
Parents, have a relaxing time and visit LX factory while your kids are doing their origamis or stay with us and participate in the workshop together.
During this 3-hour printing workshop in Lisbon you get an informative overview of the relief printing process, focusing on lino printing techniques and ways in which to create repeat pattern and multi-coloured images. You will discover your creative printing potential, mastering skills which will allow you to create beautiful prints. Perfect for home decor or seasonal greeting cards.
For the kids aged 5-12, this is a fun and educational workshop in which they will learn the basics of pottery. Experimenting with clay, shapes, forms and colours they will make a piece of their own to keep!
During this 2-hour pottery class in Lisbon you will receive an introduction to wheel throwing, techniques of working the clay, shaping the forms and complete freedom to your creativity. This is a great class for the curious, creative and those of you who want to add a personal touch to your home. Like easter egg bowls?
No experience required.
Cooking is art, but pastry making is science. Learn how to make Pastel de Nata in Lisbon this Easter – traditional Portuguese custard tarts is a great addition to family gatherings.
During the workshop you will work together with other students in a fun, hands-on and relaxed environment led by a professional pastry chef.
The famous traditional Portuguese pastry, now for everyone! During this workshop, you will learn the vegan recipe of Pastel de Nata. Entirely plant based. To make things more interesting, we will try a few different versions: traditional Pastel de Nata, Chocolate and Lemon.
- April 11, 2019
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