Guitarrist Ramón Ruiz and flamenco dancer Lourdes Fernández Menayo join forces with Attab Haddad and his Ensemble to create story-like compositions with the intricacy of the Alhambra Palace and the breadth of the Sahara.
The underlying theme for this symposium will be the relationship between science and magic. With the theme “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic“, SRUK/CERU aims to reflect how science has evolved in a way that was very difficult to imagine in a not so distant past.
Set in a little provincial town, this film follows a group of women who practice ostentatious charity with a Christmas campaign who calls to “sit a poor person in your table”.
Join CinemaAttic for a Basque Midsummer Special as it returns to physical screenings with a special selection of short films from the Basque Country on Friday 18th June. The programme will also be available to watch online across the UK between 18-25 June.
At the close of the nineteenth century, Spain and the United States went to war. Paradoxically, that same era ushered in new interest in Spanish, and more broadly, Hispanic culture throughout the United States. Don’t miss this history lecture!
How do you work with something you can’t see? What is scientific research? What are they researching at the National Biotechnology Centre?
Don’t miss the COMICS about research at COVID-19 of the CNB-CSIC!
Tired of working on atomic bombs and alarmed by the destructive reach of its discovery, an internationally renowned American scientist flees his country and takes refuge in Calabuch, a peaceful village on the Mediterranean coast. There, the Spanish police take him for a smuggler, and he is taken to prison.
The second session of Hispanglia is a dialogue between Robert Goodwin and Alexander Sampson, a broad-ranging conversation, a mutual interview that will touch on politics, colonialism, imperialism, art, literature, theater, and British attitudes to Spain across the ages.