Don’t miss Intersticio’s first group exhibition that examines how our perception is embedded in toxic objects and bodies through our corporeal membranes, senses, and tissues.
The University of Edinburgh, in collaboration with the Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs at the Embassy of Spain, will present a seminar on renewable energy.
Spanish writer and journalist Lucía Mbomío is the 2020 speaker of the Cunninghame Graham Lecture. Introduced by Dr. Iona Macintyre, Lucía Mbomío will be giving a talk in Spanish under the name “Racismos cotidianos: desde lo circumstantial a lo sistémico”
The Barcelona Innovation Day / London 2020 will bring together on November 26 very important figures from the Spanish and British scientific academic world in a high-level online forum.
Don’t miss this extraordinary edition of Scotland’s Catalan Film Festival, organised by CinemaAttic and bringing a wave of Mediterranean heat to Scotland as we gather the most outstanding films made in Catalonia in the past year.
Do you want your science to captivate your audiences? Have you ever wondered what’s the secret behind engaging speakers, or more impactful presentations or posters? Learn how to improve your science communication skills in our online workshop.
The Cervantes Theatre invites you to an online dramatised reading of the play by the Spanish directors Miguel del Arco and Aitor Tejada. The Play to be Played is a reflection on the nature of fiction through characters that rebel against its author.
Welcome to Quiero Queeride: A virtual show of hot words and bilingual bodies, featuring a range of LGBTQ+ voices and artists.
Don’t miss the UK’s first and only annual festival of latin classical music, organized by ILAMS in collaboration with Instituto Cervantes, with tributes to Pedro Guerrero and the presence of the young and great Spanish saxophonist Manu Brazo.
Do you want to have fun learning science? Attend the FameLab international competition on scientific communication.