The society of Spanish Researchers in UK (SRUK) brings you a knowledge sharing platform to support and enhance the employability of graduates and postgraduates in the private and public sector. The speakers will discuss alternative careers to academia and give you hands-on tips on how to change your career pathway.
Following on International Women’s Day and for the 3rd year in a row, CinemaAttic focuses its monthly shortfilm night on films made by woman, produced by woman or those which put being a woman at the centre of their story.
The main goal of this workshop is to inform and motivate scientist at a different stage of their careers to seek their professional path beyond the academic world.
Have fun, interact with others and practice your Spanish in an inclusive way involving body, gesture, creativity, voice, games and improvisation.
George Szirtes writes a sequence of poems in response to Spanish photographer Igancio Evangelista’s After Shengen project.
For their 25th birthday edition, ¡Viva! returns with a specially selected programme of the most exciting film and theatre from across the Spanish-speaking world.
On 18 September 1938, only five months before Franco’s government was recognised by Britain, the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS or MI6) reported to the Foreign Office: ‘We cannot spot the winner yet… The outcome must be largely a matter of speculation.’ For eighty years, scholars have been aware of the tremendous impact that the Spanish Civil War of 1936-39 had on British political life.
SCAN (Spanish Contemporary Art Network) is pleased to announce the opening of NEO GODS and HYPER MYTHS, first solo show of Spanish artist, IRA LOMBARDIA in the UK,
The first major exhibition in the UK for over a century of the artist known as Spain’s Impressionist, Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (1863–1923), opens at the National Gallery in spring 2019.