Online conference by Pedro Calvo-Sotelo about the relationship in distance between Marcelino Menéndez Pelayo and Thomas Babington Macaulay, two great thinkers and essayists who participated in some of the most important historical vicissitudes of the 19th century, in Spain and the United Kingdom.
CinemaAttic’s Isapiens Short Film Series is a programme of movies that shows us how the presence of mobile phones, screens & applications have changed the way we look at the world around us, how we inhabit public space and the way we build our relationships with others.
As part of our online program, the Embassy of Spain in London has gathered a selection of pieces that explore the possibilities of translating the physical world into the digital. All content, produced after social distancing restrictions were implemented, is the result of the Programa Ventana, an ambitious initiative by AECID and various Spanish embassies around the world.
Don’t miss the series of fourteen online Seminars co-organised by ARTES: Iberian & Latin American Visual Culture Group, the Zurbarán Centre at Durham, and the Instituto Cervantes
The Great Conspiracy is a virtual exhibition that brings together works made specifically for the virtual medium by artists Agnès Pe, Clara Montoya, Francesc Ruiz, Marc Vives and Paco Chanivet.
SRUK/CERU London & Yorkshire presents this Christmas webinar on the history and science behind bread making and the brewing industry. Don’t miss out!
Childbirth-19 is a new digital theatre play specifically written to be performed online. The play depicts childbirth in times of Covid-19 and tackles how the experience of pregnancy and labour is shaped by systemic trauma, as due to coronavirus, childbirth interventions and mistreatments have increased, disregarding women’s needs and rights.
Don’t miss this exercise in exploration, documentation and representation of the soundscape of the City of London after the impact of the pandemic crisis in which we still find ourselves
Concha Martínez Barreto presents a stunning collection of paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture and a diptych formed of erased antique letters. As a whole and each individual piece within can be considered a letter that Martínez Barreto did not write.