Events taking place on March 2, 2021

Events 1–7 of 7

Movies with the Meadows: El Rayo (Hassan’s Way)
  • Film
  • Online

Movies with the Meadows: El Rayo (Hassan’s Way)

The Meadows Museum presents the online screening of “Hassan’s Way” by Fran Araújo and Ernesto de Novar, accompanied by a lecture by Dr. Constantin C. Icleanu.

Mar 1 – Mar 5, 2021

Mujeres de Cine 2021: Female views of the Spanish Civil War
  • Film
  • Online

Mujeres de Cine 2021: Female views of the Spanish Civil War

The Instituto Cervantes Albuquerque presents Mujeres de Cine 2021, an online film showcase that gathers the gaze of three Spanish female directors on this war conflict.

Mar 1 – Mar 7, 2021

Americans in Spain: Painting and Travel, 1820-1920last day
  • Visual arts
  • Richmond, VA

Americans in Spain: Painting and Travel, 1820-1920

The exhibition explores a pivotal moment, in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, when American artists and their European counterparts flocked to Spain to capture its scenic charms and seemingly exotic customs.

Feb 12 – May 16, 2021

Pan y Circo by Axel Voidnow
  • Visual arts
  • Washington, D.C.

Pan y Circo by Axel Void

The third edition of “Not Your Regular Wall” hosts Spanish muralist Axel Void as a guest of honor this year.

Jan 15 – Dec 15, 2021

The Great Conspiracynow
  • Visual arts
  • Online

The Great Conspiracy

“The Great Conspiracy” is an online exhibition of experimentation with distanced artworks, using internet communication and other distribution possibilities, but without flowing through a conventional exhibition space.

Dec 16 – Dec 31, 2021

Eva Davidova: Global Mode>
  • Performing arts
  • Online

Eva Davidova: Global Mode>

An experimental work on ecological disaster, inertia, and manipulation of information, “Global Mode >” is a commissioned residency project from multidisciplinary Spanish artist Eva Davidova.

Dec 8 – Apr 30, 2021

Panorámica de España by Carla Berrocal
  • Visual arts
  • Washington, D.C.

Panorámica de España by Carla Berrocal

Illustrator Carla Berrocal pays tribute to classic and contemporary Spanish culture in her intervention on the facade of the Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain in Washington, D.C.

Nov 12 – Mar 14, 2021