Events for 30 Sep 2018
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As part of the exhibition FASHIONED FROM NATURE opening at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Carlos Jimenez presents a new film commission, A STORY FROM LIVING WITH LESS.
Artists are invited to enter into a “Dialogue” with Ibero-American arts and culture for this year’s VIA Arts Prize 2018. The call for entries is now open and closes on Monday 22 October 2018.
Each year, the international LOEWE Craf Prize aims to highlight the work of avant garde creators whose talent, artistic vision and innovation showcase new paths for the future of craft. Created with the help of LOEWE’s Creative director, this prize is now opening its 2019 entry.
After more than three decades dedicated to his paintings, Madrid-born artist Alfredo Roldán presents a new body of work at London’s Pontone Gallery.
Cervantes Theatre presents this well-known theatre play by José Sanchís Sinisterra set in the opening months of the Spanish Civil War.
The 14th edition of London Spanish Film Festival will take place at the end of September. Featuring Natalia Tena, Oona Chaplin, David Verdaguer and Geraldine Chaplin, “Anchor & Hope” is one of the most awaited films of this edition.
The Spanish filmmaker Andrea Jaurrieta will compete for the Raindance Festival's Discovery Adward-Best Debut Feature with Ana By Day.
Ribera: Art of Violence will be the first UK show of work by the Spanish Baroque artist and printmaker, Jusepe de Ribera (1591-1652), bringing together his most sensational, shocking and masterfully composed work.
Instituto Cervantes Manchester, in collaboration with the Basque Children Association in the UK, presents a monographic exhibition: Basque children. English exile.
Making his debut as an Orchesta Director at the King’s Place, Asier Puga will bring to London Vortex Temporum the late masterwork of pioneering spectralist Gérard Grisey, fulfilling his vision of a music that transfigures our experience of time