Events for 10 Jul 2020
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FoPe Fest, International Festival of Folk & People Arts, aims to promote artworks and artists from all over the world. The project focuses on sharing knowledge of traditions and people customs through arts. The Festival is web based and selected works will be live online and arranged in a daily schedule. Dates to be finalised […]
So-far online and CLOT Magazine, with the collaboration of the Embassy of Spain in London, present a series of online conversations between artists and curators across the western and eastern worlds.
Galician Film Forum has been preparing an online project to be published on their social media and webpage during the summer. It consists of a series of self-created videos with the aim of encouraging consumption and debate around Spanish culture, especially creations made in Galicia and in the Galician language. The project is based on […]
Intersticio is pleased to present Nora Aurrekoetxea’s first solo exhibition in London.
The Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs at the Embassy of Spain is proud to present of our series of webinars: ‘Beyond The Eye’. Exploring Spanish Art History. The aim of these talks is to dive into those aspects of artworks, collections and other elements of the visual culture of the moment that can’t be deciphered on a first look.
Colnaghi, London, is delighted to present a survey of painting by Spanish artists of the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries, opening 3 July 2020. The Golden Age of Spanish Modern Art comes at a time of renewed interest in this period, and follows exhibitions appraising ‘Catalan Modernisme’ at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, […]
The Embassy of Spain in London, in collaboration with Orchestra Vitae, is starting a new series of talks on Spanish music. Under the name "Between Chords: Vitae Talks", these online sessions will invite audiences to join various celebrated figures of Spanish musicology alongside members of Orchestra Vitae and other special guests from Spain.
The second Maius Masterclass will take place on 10 July 2020, 4–5pm on Zoom. We will welcome Professor Rocío Sánchez Ameijeiras (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela), who will explore the theme of visual genres as one of the recurring threads of her academic career.