Events for 19 Apr 2018
Marking the 400th anniversary of his birth, the National Gallery will be holding an exhibition that celebrates one of the most influential painters of the Spanish Golden Age: Bartolomé Esteban Murillo
Considered to be one of the most significant shows Tate Modern has ever staged, this monographic exhibition will take visitors on a month by month journey through one of the most pivotal times in Picasso’s life and work.
A contemporary art exhibition with works by Mauro Vallejo and Monica Restrepo curated by Rafael Barber
Luna13 Galeria presents the exhibition “A Collage of drawings” that shows a fantastic collection of great Spanish artist Uriel Segui’s drawings.
To commemorate 2018 Earth’s Day, London and Northwest constituencies are delighted to present a seminar series on global challenges. Seminars will include the collaboration of experts in different topics related to the Sustainable Developments Goals, panels and round tables.
For its 24th edition, ¡Viva! returns with a HOME-wide celebration of film, theatre and visual art from across Spain and Latin America. In addition to a host of great international theatre performances, 20 of the best new Spanish and Latin American films, and visual art exhibitions, ¡Viva! will also be including some live music events […]
To complete their theatre programme, FesTeLon invites you to join the multiple workshops taking place from January until May at the Theatre Delicatessen. From acting to translating, these special events will sure grab your attention.
Accademia del Piacere under Fahmi Alquai and flamenco singer Arcángel present Baroque music of the Spanish colonial era in dialogue with the thrilling traditions of flamenco. Their programme of ‘Mestizo music’ celebrates the meetings of European, Amerindian and African musical ideas and traditions, giving birth to a brand new music style.
Cervantes Forum Oxford: Art, Heritage and Conservation 23 Mar 5:15 pm | St Cross College | Oxford To celebrate the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, Alfredo Pérez de Armiñán, President of Patrimonio Nacional, and Carole Souter, Master of St Cross College,...
Social movements in Spain have increasingly attracted academic and popular attention over the last years. Political mobilisations are frequently treated as spontaneous phenomena, divorced from their wider social and historical contexts, as testified by much of the...
The 2nd edition of “Ambassadors for Science” came to an end last 22nd February in the Spanish Embassy in London. All participant pairs–composed by one scientist and one diplomat or sectorial counselor–shared their own experiences and talked about what they had learnt...