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180 Creative Camp is an original concept by Canal180 that will bring to the town of Abrantes, Portugal, some of the most innovative international creators in the areas of video, music, photography, design, cinema, architecture, installation and fine arts.

‘The Power of Storytelling’ is the theme of the new edition of 180 Creative Camp, which will take place from July 13th to 20th. Eight days of video production, urban intervention, masterclasses, workshops and talks with the talents that are challenging contemporary culture.

Download the full program and check below the invited artists that will attend 180 Creative Camp!


Arthur Carvalho

Lara Luís

Dub Video Connection

Margarita Louca & Artists+Engineers

Juanma LoDo

Tocha Pestana

Boris Hoppek

Jonathan Calugi

Wasted Rita

Airan Berg

Maria Mónica

Olaf Breuning

David Quiles Guilló

Gestalten TV | Astrid Gleichmann

We Came From Space


Like Knows Like

Isaac Cordal

Public Activities

The Power of Storytelling

Tell stories, transmit messages and communicate globally. This are the 3 key elements of the 3rd edition of 180 Creative Camp, themed ‘The Power of Storytelling’.

It is a challenge for 180 Creative Camp to create history in Abrantes, telling at the same time the story of the town’s creative invasion of creators from different countries and artistic areas.

After introducing the ‘Think Big’ theme in 2012, 180 Creative Camp returns to the peaceful town of Abrantes to keep promoting and boosting creative collaborations in media arts.

 4 Questions and 4 Answers about 180 Creative Camp

How to participate ?

We are looking for national or international creators who will have access to all activities and will have meals and accommodation assured. We will announce the winners on June 11th, 2014. To apply, fill out this form until June 8th.

What if you’re not selected?

180 Creative Camp will feature lots of activities and many will be open to the public – concerts, open air film theater and talks. Stay tuned because very soon we’ll announce the detailed program.

Where is Abrantes ?

Abrantes – also known as the Flowered City – stands on a hill next to the bank of the river Tagus in the center of Portugal. It is know for its historical sites and unique landscapes. The name derives from latin ‘Aurantes’ due to the amount of gold that was taken from the river sand. Check it on the map.

How to get to Abrantes?

Abrantes is the most central city in Portugal and has great road and rail services. Lisbon’s international airport is the closest air link.



Motorway A23, which connects Torres Novas to Beira Interior, is the main access via to Europe through Spain (through Salamanca and Valladolid). The A23 also provides access to Lisbon (~1h) and Porto (~2h30)



The railway line provides links to Lisbon, Porto and Coimbra. The East line provides connection to Badajoz (Spain). Abrantes is just a few kilometers from Portugal’s main railway point: Entroncamento. More information here: www.cp.pt

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