Estopa celebrates their 20th anniversary in London

Estopa celebrates their 20th anniversary in London

After their sold out debut at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in 2017 as part of La Linea Festival, Estopa comes back to London to celebrate their 20th anniversary and present their new album ‘Fuego’ at the Roundhouse. Estopa is formed by the Múñoz brothers,...
Debate contest and screening of ‘Overbooking’

Debate contest and screening of ‘Overbooking’

The Majorcan documentary Overbooking (2018) will be screened at University of Strathclyde as part of the 1st Debate Contest between students of Spanish at the University of Glasgow and the University of Strathclyde. The film reflects on the effects of mass tourism on...
MUJERES | WOMEN IN FILM | ALTERNATIVE VALENTINES

MUJERES | WOMEN IN FILM | ALTERNATIVE VALENTINES

Cinemaattic’s MUJERES is back with an alternative plan for Valentine’s day. It consists of a programme of short films made by Spanish & Latin American female directors widening the idea of love. On top of Cinemaattic’s all-year-round commitment to highlight...
PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE: Landscape Plus | Laida Lertxundi

PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE: Landscape Plus | Laida Lertxundi

PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE is a monthly platform devised to share knowledge of creative practices that navigate independent and expanded forms of publishing and distribution. Through a wide variety of activities, this platform attempts to empower emerging or under-represented...
THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE

THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE

Gonzalo Guillen Gosalbez : On the application of mathematical programming techniques in sustainability problems This Wednesday, 12 February from 15h00 to 16h00, the Spanish researcher Gonzalo Guillen Gosalbez will be discussing about the use of systems thinking,...
Roman Rabinovich: Debussy, Granados & Stravinsky

Roman Rabinovich: Debussy, Granados & Stravinsky

Roman Rabinovich’s homage to Picasso takes in Spain, Russian ballet and the world of a clown, in the pianist’s International Piano Series debut. He writes, ‘It features the music of two composers associated with Spain, the Baroque master Zipoli and Picasso’s...
Leighton’s Travels to Spain

Leighton’s Travels to Spain

Leighton’s attraction for Spain, although fascinating, is little-researched and it is only known through half a dozen landscape studies, often unidentified, and a lecture given to the students of the Royal Academy in 1889. This lecture sheds light on Leighton’s interest for Spanish art and culture and it is presented by art historian Véronique Gerard Powell.

International Day of Girls and Women in Science

International Day of Girls and Women in Science

Debunking the myths that girls do not like sciences and other gender stereotypes, along with investment in teacher trainings, gender-responsive technology, and innovation can reverse the current trends separating girls and women from STEM-related subjects.

THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE

THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE

Book launchTom Almeroth-Williams from the University of Cambridge has launched last week his new work: “Building a flood resilient future”. This new book shows how we can adapt the built and natural environment to be more flood resilient in the face of climate...