Visual identity: Vivóeusébio
With an experimental vocation, Walk&Talk privileges the presentation of new projects. Its production effects the programming that is developed throughout the year by Anda&Fala - Cultural Association, through art residences that stimulate the contemporary artistic creation, from the cultural and geographic context of the Azores.
The festival returned to São Miguel from 14 to 29 July, with a passage in Terceira Island from 29 September to 6 October. The program of the festival connected the islands through the arts, with artistic residencies, new interventions in outdoor spaces, exhibitions, performances, concerts, movies, sessions, workshops and thematic conversations.
/Portugal is increasingly becoming a hub for creativity, and it is fighting to gain more space and recognition on the overcrowded art world. (...) it seems that the country is living a kind of renaissance and wants to share it with the world. Walk&Talk Azores is a great example of that: inviting creative agents from around the globe for the last seven years, the festival is contributing to position the volcanic archipelago as a must visit place for art lovers.
Arnau Salvadó, Metal Magazine, Espanha
Teresa Braula Reis (pt) / Ferraria, São Miguel / 2017