The Catalan Film Festival returns to Scotland with a programme of award-winning films, bringing summery Mediterranean titles to the Scottish winter. The CFF will return to Scottish cinemas, while maintaining an online window for Catalan Arts lovers across the UK and globally via Festhome.
The British Spanish Society, with the support from the Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs, invites you to their annual concert at St. James’ Church in Picadilly. The evening’s programme is directed by former BritishSpanish Society scholar and virtuoso violinist Nicole Crespo O´Donoghue, and features cellist Laura Peribañez; guitarist and composer Gregory Sanders Gallego; and flautist Daisy Noton.
Holyrood Parliament, opened in 2004, is the last posthumous work of the great Spanish architect Enric Miralles, who died before its completion. A complex and controversial work at the time, the official home of the Scottish Parliament now occupies a prominent place in Edinburgh’s monumental landscape. We will talk about all this with Ambassador Fernando Fernández Arias, a connoisseur of Scotland and contemporary architecture.
The Spanish artist Javier Riera, responds to Raby Castle’s unique architecture with a mind-bending and meditative series of geometric shapes that play with and echo its fortress exterior, seeking out the hidden qualities and dimensions of the exterior fabric of the building.
Two brothers – Alvaro and Cosme, estranged from each other by distance and conflict, unavoidably have to meet face to face. One brother left the family home to go to live in Paris. The other brother was left to care for their parents in a small regional city. The inevitable reencounter takes place after the parents’ death.
Explore the rooms of the exhibition Return Journey. Art of the Americas in Spain with the maximum image quality. This Virtual Visit also offers a short Guided Tour led by Miguel Falomir, director of the Museo Nacional del Prado.
The 2021 edition of the Cunninghame Graham Lecture, hosted by the University of Edinburgh with the support of the Embassy of Spain, welcomes writer Laura Restrepo for an engaging conference on the links between research and fiction.