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Spanish-Peruvian artist Rebeca Romero will be participating in this year's edition of Bloomberg New Contemporaries. Romero’s practice explores the connections between technology and an all too often imposed Western vision of history.
Intersticio London present's its latest exhibition, Given Time, a solo show by Galician artist Marina Guerriero (1992).
The The live, online seminar series provides an open forum for engaging with innovative research and exhibition projects relating to the visual arts in the Hispanic world. The sessions usually take place on Wednesdays, 6.00-7.00 pm (UK time).
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The Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs (OCSA) of the Embassy of Spain in the United Kingdom wishes to know proposals to collaborate financially in activities and projects that promote Spanish Culture and Science in the United Kingdom in 2022. KEY FACTS: This call is open to cultural and scientific persons and institutions, both Spanish […]
Online workshop organised by Native Scientist where Spanish-speaking scientists will present their work to children who speak Spanish either at home or school
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.
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.
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.