El Greco to Goya. Special event: O-Late! Colours of Spain

24 Nov 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm | The Wallace Collection | London

Welcome to O-Late! Colours of Spain, a specially curated evening inspired by the exhibition El Greco to Goya – Spanish Masterpieces from The Bowes Museum.
Escape the London drizzle and enter a world of sunshine and sangria, where you can enjoy talks, music, art workshops and live performances, all designed to conjure up the vibrancy and colour of Spain.
Please note the start times of scheduled events and feel free to sample everything or just relax in our splendid glass-ceilinged courtyard bar.

Science Comunication Workshop & “In search of a lost future” screening

25 Nov 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm | Instituto Cervantes, Manchester | Manchester

SRUK invites you to the IV Christmas seminar that will take place on the 25th of November at the Cervantes Institute in Manchester. This Seminar will be focused on how to communicate science to the public using audio-visual media.

At 3pm Luis Quevedo’s last documentary “In search of a lost future” will be screened followed by a round table to discuss about anthropology and audio-visuals in science communication.

Saelia Aparicio: Your Consequences Have Actions

24 Nov 2017 – 28 Jan 2018 | The Tetley | Leeds

Your Consequences Have Actions is Saelia Aparicio’s first major exhibition in a public gallery in the UK, bringing together newly commissioned works made especially for The Tetley with a selection of existing works.


Persona. Primary Structures, by Mikel Belascoain & Miguel Goñi Aguinaga

26 Nov | The Archivist | London

Directed by the Spanish artist Mikel Belascoain and the photographer Miguel Goñi Aguinaga, ‘Persona’ was filmed during the process of creation of the artwork work of the same name.

Inspired by a dialogue between the artist and people who suffer severe neurological diseases, this film is part of the experimental project of the same name initiated by Manuel Murie, Neurologist and President of the Spanish Society of Neuro-rehab and the artist Mikel Belascoain.

The LIDF is London’s oldest and largest documentary festival and offers an all year-round snapshot of the contemporary world. The festival adopts a questioning, critical attitude to the cultural, social and political issues of the day, engaging with filmmakers, their subjects, and its audience to create a highly distinct environment for cultural interaction.


Or la cendre by Javier Pividal

until 25 Nov | SCAN Project Room | London

‘Or la cendre’, is a site specific installation by Javier Pividal for the SCAN Project Room. Referencing Derrida’s title ‘Feu la Cendre’, this project gathers and expands some lines of research recurrent in Javier Pividal’s work through pieces that oscillate between body and word. A large scale text mural organises a series of artworks made of cooper, ash and words.


The House of Bernarda Alba

until 2 Dec | Cervantes Theatre | London

The Spanish Theatre Company continues their mission to stage all of Federico García Lorca’s plays with a new production of The House of Bernarda Alba, the story of a family of women in 1930s Spain, dominated and repressed by the matriarch Bernarda Alba.

Image above: Installation view Saelia Aparicio, Peaks & Troughs, TURF projects, Croydon. © Tim Bowditch.