Events taking place on March 7, 2019

Events 1–16 of 23

Divine Lola by Cristina Morató
  • Literature
  • New York

Divine Lola by Cristina Morató

Spanish journalist Cristina Morató presents the biography of a fascinating character –Lola Montes, a famous Flamenco dancer, who made a splash in Europe in the mid-19th century– and will also discuss the subject of forgotten traveling women.

Mar 7, 2019

The Spanish Craze by Richard Kagan
  • Heritage
  • Washington, D.C.

The Spanish Craze by Richard Kagan

Professor Richard L. Kagan presents his new book, followed by a conversation with Suzanne Schadl, chief of the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress.

Mar 7, 2019

La Nau Gaudí. Artists from Mataró: The Bassat collection
  • Visual arts
  • New York

La Nau Gaudí. Artists from Mataró: The Bassat collection

Contemporary Catalan Art will be shown for the first time at Instituto Cervantes New York.

Mar 7 – Mar 31, 2019

Flamenco Festival New York 2019
  • Music
  • New York

Flamenco Festival New York 2019

As in previous years, the most renowned venues of New York City host this annual rendez-vous with Flamenco, featuring the some of today’s most important Flamenco artists.

Mar 7 – Mar 10, 2019

2019 Flamenco Festival On Tour: Chicago
  • Performing arts
  • Chicago

2019 Flamenco Festival On Tour: Chicago

In an edition that aims to highlight the role of women in creation and the dialogues of Flamenco with other expressions, “Flamenco Festival” brings the best Spanish Flamenco artists to Chicago and other cities around the nation.

Mar 6 – Mar 13, 2019

2019 Flamenco Festival On Tour: Miami
  • Performing arts
  • Miami

2019 Flamenco Festival On Tour: Miami

In an edition that aims to highlight the role of women in creation and the dialogues of Flamenco with other expressions, “Flamenco Festival” brings the best Spanish Flamenco artists to Miami and other cities around the nation.

Mar 6 – Mar 17, 2019

2019 Miami International Film Festival
  • Film
  • Miami

2019 Miami International Film Festival

The Miami International Film Festival is considered the preeminent film festival for showcasing Ibero-American cinema in the U.S.

Mar 1 – Mar 10, 2019

Jaume Plensa: Talking Continents now
  • Visual arts
  • Savannah, GA

Jaume Plensa: Talking Continents

Jaume Plensa presents large-scale sculptures and installations that use language, history, literature, and psychology to draw attention to the barriers that separate and divide humanity.

Mar 1 – Jun 9, 2019

Spanish Cinema Now+ now
  • Film
  • Washington, D.C.

Spanish Cinema Now+

The first edition of Spanish Cinema Now+ includes four movies nominated for a Goya, the most important national annual film award, in the category of best new director, showing the new values of Spanish cinema.

Feb 28 – May 29, 2019

Monsters & Myths. Surrealism and War in the 1930s and 1940s closing soon
  • Visual arts
  • Baltimore

Monsters & Myths. Surrealism and War in the 1930s and 1940s

Nearly 90 Surrealist masterworks of the 1930s and 1940s by artists such as Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, Max Ernst, and André Masson are presented through a timely lens –that of war, violence, and exile.

Feb 24 – May 26, 2019

Joan Miró: Birth of the World now
  • Visual arts
  • New York

Joan Miró: Birth of the World

This exhibition presents Miró’s signature painting “The Birth of the World” in relation to other major works by the artist, including 60 paintings, works on paper, prints, illustrated books, and objects.

Feb 24 – Jun 15, 2019

César Dezfuli at Or Does it Explode? now
  • Visual arts
  • Grand Rapids, MI

César Dezfuli at Or Does it Explode?

Several artists from Spain, France, and the U.S. present a multimedia group exhibition on the documentation of refugees and forced migration.

Feb 15 – Jun 16, 2019

I am Miami Microtheater
  • Performing arts
  • Miami

I am Miami Microtheater

This new Microtheater project takes the audience on a journey through the ever-changing city of Miami and its diverse communities.

Feb 14 – Mar 17, 2019

The Farewells Photographs by Alberto Martí
  • Visual arts
  • New York

The Farewells Photographs by Alberto Martí

Curated by José Caruncho, this exhibition presents a selection of 50 photographs by Alberto Martí on the Galician migrant exodus to the Americas between 1957 and 1963, taken at the Galician ports of A Coruña and Vigo in northwestern Spain.

Feb 9 – May 5, 2019

Fortuny: Friends and Followers now
  • Visual arts
  • Dallas

Fortuny: Friends and Followers

This new exhibition dedicated to Fortuny and his world explores the legacy of the popular Spanish painter’s work.

Feb 3 – Jun 2, 2019

Air Sea Land by Okuda San Miguel now
  • Visual arts
  • Boston

Air Sea Land by Okuda San Miguel

Boston Seaport welcomes seven monumental sculptures by Spanish contemporary artist Okuda San Miguel.

Jan 1 – Dec 31, 2019