Researchers from Spain and Portugal have discovered a process of muscle regeneration based on the nuclear migration of muscle cells and independent of stem cells. This finding will improve the understanding of the cell machinery involved in muscle repair.
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).
Professor Jesús Ángel Porres, from Rey Juan Carlos University, will tell us about the artistic environment in Seville at the beginning of the 17th century, when the painting saw the light. He will be introduced by Aidan Weston-Lewis, head of the European Collection at the National Gallery of Scotland, who will speak about the painting’s vicissitudes before reaching the National Gallery.
Intersticio London present’s its latest exhibition, Given Time, a solo show by Galician artist Marina Guerriero (1992).
You can submitt your proposal until the 31st of December. For more information, visit https://www.accioncultural.es/en/calls-for-entry
Learn how porcelain is crafted and painted with award-winning London-based artist Ana Bridgewater and Nagano, Japan-based artist Takanori Fujino in their first collaborative exhibition.
The Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival welcomes film fans to its 8th Edition. The festival is delighted to be back in the cinema and offer audiences a new hybrid event of both in-person and online screenings and events featuring a total of 21 feature films and 8 short films in Spanish over the month of October.
Ignacio Uriarte’s extensive body of work stems from a shifted perspective from his former job in administration to become an artist. Following the precept of working with what you know,
Romancero Books with the support of the Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs of the Spanish Embassy in London presents The Festival of Queer Spanish Literature in London – FQSLL, the meeting point for all readers, writers and people who are interested in LGBTQI+ literature written in Spanish and Catalan.