About us

SPAIN arts & culture aims to promote Spanish culture in the U.S. through fruitful cultural exchanges among institutions and artists, fostering positive bilateral relations between our two countries. Among its objectives, the program enhances shared knowledge on the cultural and creative industries and facilitates professional opportunities for artists, drawing on our common Hispanic heritage.

Mission

SPAIN arts & culture aims to promote Spanish culture in the U.S. through fruitful cultural exchanges among institutions and artists, fostering positive bilateral relations between our two countries. Among its objectives, the program enhances shared knowledge on the cultural and creative industries and facilitates professional opportunities for artists, drawing on our common Hispanic heritage.

What we do

Our official cultural program brings every year to the American public a combination of acclaimed and emerging authors, artists and performers from Spain, so they can showcase or even premiere in the U.S. Audiences are invited to explore the many facets and dimensions of Spain’s cultural heritage and of its vibrant creativity today.

We support the presence and participation of Spanish professionals from the cultural sphere in a wide array of cultural festivals across the U.S. territory, focusing on the young and talented. Numerous concerts, exhibitions, lectures and performances take place every year at prestigious American cultural institutions at our Cervantes Institutes in Chicago, NY and Albuquerque, as well as at our SPAIN arts & culture headquarters in Washington, D.C and at Centro Cultural Español in Miami.

How we do it

We partner with American institutions to build institutional alliances and long-lasting transnational bridges through the arts in a broad sense. Our multidisciplinary approach covers a wide range of fields from design, to urban culture, culinary arts, music, cinema, literature, visual arts and performing arts.

Our cultural events and projects are curated under specific based on innovation and quality. SPAIN arts & culture integrates 360 degree communication. Our brand is our identity and it is visible through our semester catalogs, website and social media. A dynamic professional platform named SPAINred helps us discover and promote the best Spanish creative work in the U.S. and share their ideas with American institutions as a way to open up professional opportunities for them.

For general enquiries about the SPAIN arts & culture program, you may contact us at contact@spainculture.us.

Washington, D.C.

Cultural Office at the Embassy of Spain

  • María Molina: Cultural Counselor
  • Cristina Ruiz: Cultural Projects Officer
  • Ernesto Coro: Cultural Affairs Officer
  • Marta Pita: Cultural Coordinator
  • Berta Corredor: Press Coordinator

Spain-USA Foundation

  • David Vidal: Chair

Albuquerque

Cervantes Institute in Albuquerque

  • Anastasio Sánchez Zamorano: Executive Director
  • Milly Castañeda-Ledwith: Cultural Events Coordinator
  • Located at the National Hispanic Cultural Center: 1701 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
  • Tel: (505) 724-4777 | Fax: (505)-246-2613
  • Map | Email: cenabq@cervantes.es

Boston

Consulate General of Spain in Boston

  • Fernando Alvargonzález San Martín: Consul
  • 31 St. James Avenue, Suite 905, Boston, MA 02116
  • Tel: (617) 536-2506 / (617) 536-2527 | Fax: (617) 536-8512
  • Map | Email: cog.boston@maec.es

Observatorio de la lengua española y las culturas hispánicas en los Estados Unidos

  • Diana Soresen: Director
  • Francisco Moreno Fernández: Executive Director

Chicago

Consulate General of Spain in Chicago

  • Federico Palomera Güez: Consul
  • 180 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1500, Chicago, IL 60601
  • Tel: (312) 782-4588 | Fax: (312) 782-1635
  • Map | Email: cog.chicago@maec.es

Instituto Cervantes Chicago

  • Antonio Martínez Luciano: Director

Houston

Consulate General of Spain in Houston

  • Enric Panés Calpe: Consul
  • 1800 Bering Dr., Suite 660, Houston, TX 77057
  • Tel: (713) 783-6200 | Fax: (713) 783-6166
  • Map | Email: cog.houston@maec.es

Los Angeles

Consulate General of Spain in Los Angeles

  • Francisco Javier Vallaure de Acha: Consul
  • Victoria Riego: Cultural Officer
  • 5055 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 860, Los Angeles, CA 90036
  • Tel: (323) 938-0158 / (323) 938-0159 | Fax: (323) 938-0112
  • Map | Email: cog.losangeles@maec.es

Miami

Consulate General of Spain in Miami

  • Cándido Creis Estrada: Consul
  • 2655 Le Jeune Rd., Suite 203, Coral Gables, FL 33134
  • Tel: (305) 446-5511 / 12 / 13 | Fax: (305) 446-0585
  • Map | Email: cog.miami@maec.es

Centro Cultural de España in Miami

  • Francisco Tardío: Director
  • Mayte de la Torre: Cultural Project Manager
  • Verónica Cuesta: Communication
  • Mildret Cabezas: Administration
  • 1490 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132
  • Tel: (305) 448-9677 | Fax: (305) 448-9676
  • Map | Email: cce@ccemiami.org

New York City

Consulate General of Spain in New York

  • Juan José Herrera de la Muela: Consul for Cultural Affairs
  • Leire Leguina: Cultural Coordinator
  • María Úbeda Morales: Communication and Cultural Assistant
  • 150 East 58th Street, 30th & 31st Floors, New York, NY 10155
  • Tel: (212) 355 40 80 / 81 / 82/ 85 / 86 / 90 / 91
  • Fax: (212) 644-3751
  • Map | Email: cog.nuevayork@maec.es

Instituto Cervantes New York

  • Ignacio Olmos: Director
  • Ana Vázquez: Cultural Chief Officer
  • Soledad López: Cultural Coordinator

Puerto Rico

Consulate General of Spain in Puerto Rico

  • Tomás Rodríguez Pantoja: Consul
  • Belén García: Cultural Coordinator

San Francisco

Consulate General of Spain in San Francisco

  • Diego Muñiz Lovelace: Consul