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Films Across Borders: Stories of Migration
  • Film
  • Washington, D.C.

Films Across Borders: Stories of Migration

Showcasing international tales of courage, hope, and determination, this careful selection of documentary and dramatic films will captivate you with stories of immigrants and refugees struggling to find a place to call home.

Oct 8 – Dec 12, 2017

Landscape to Table. Extremadura, the Acorn Meadows, and the Iberian Pig
  • Culinary Arts
  • Washington, D.C.

Landscape to Table. Extremadura, the Acorn Meadows, and the Iberian Pig

A short screening about Extremadura’s Acorn Meadows will lead attendees to a conversation on traditional food production, followed by an exclusive tasting of Ibérico ham, regional cheeses, and wines.

Oct 6, 2017

CUA Symphony Orchestra featuring Spanish soprano Amaya Arberas
  • Music
  • Washington, D.C.

CUA Symphony Orchestra featuring Spanish soprano Amaya Arberas

Spanish soprano Amaya Arberas joins Maestro Simeone Tartaglione and The Catholic University of America Symphony Orchestra to perform Manuel de Falla’s “Siete canciones populares españolas.”

Oct 5, 2017

Between Barbed Wire and Exile. Spanish Sangrías and Vichy Therapies
  • Sketching the future
  • Washington, D.C.

Between Barbed Wire and Exile. Spanish Sangrías and Vichy Therapies

Professor José María Naharro-Calderón (University of Maryland) presents his book with Hispanists Sebastiaan Faber (Oberlin College) and Germán Labrador Méndez (Princeton University).

Sep 29, 2017

Shipwrecked! Preserving Our Underwater Heritage
  • Heritage
  • Washington, D.C.

Shipwrecked! Preserving Our Underwater Heritage

This audiovisual exhibit unveils the untold stories of Spanish shipwrecks found on US coasts.

Sep 29 – Oct 29, 2017

Mujeres de Cine: Traveling Spanish Film Showcase Made by Women
  • Film
  • Washington, D.C.

Mujeres de Cine: Traveling Spanish Film Showcase Made by Women

“Mujeres de Cine: Traveling Spanish Film Showcase Made by Women” is an initiative created in 2010 with the purpose of boosting and spreading Spanish films and short films made by women.

Sep 25 – Oct 9, 2017

Eat Spain Up!
  • Culinary Arts
  • Washington, D.C.

Eat Spain Up!

“Eat Spain Up!” is a cultural initiative that brings the food and culture of Spain to Washington, D.C. audiences –a journey into Spain and its regions through its foods, culinary traditions and new gastronomic innovation.

Sep 22 – Oct 29, 2017

Spain’s Eleven & Estrada Design Kitchen
  • Design
  • Washington, D.C.

Spain’s Eleven & Estrada Design Kitchen

A double exhibit on Design & Food by Spanish designer Manuel Estrada will serve as the framework for “Eat Spain Up!,” a month-long program of activities about gastronomy and Spain.

Sep 22 – Oct 29, 2017

28th Latin American Film Festival
  • Film
  • Washington, D.C.

28th Latin American Film Festival

The AFI Latin American Film Festival showcases the best filmmaking from Latin America and, with the inclusion of films from Spain and Portugal, celebrates Ibero-American cultural connections.

Sep 16 – Sep 25, 2017

Albert Monteys at SPX 2017
  • Literature
  • Washington, D.C.

Albert Monteys at SPX 2017

SPX (Small Press Expo) 2017, the premier event for indie comics, cartooning and graphic novels, presents Spanish graphic novelist and 2017 Eisner Award Finalist, Albert Monteys.

Sep 16 – Sep 17, 2017

Lorca, the Endless Light
  • Performing arts
  • Washington, D.C.

Lorca, the Endless Light

“Lorca, the Endless Light” celebrates Spanish poet and playwright Federico García Lorca, exploring an intense dialogue between his texts and Jazz music.

Sep 13, 2017

Berri Txarrak on tour in Washington, D.C.
  • Music
  • Washington, D.C.

Berri Txarrak on tour in Washington, D.C.

Basque rock band Berri Txarrak will perform for the first time in Washington, D.C. as part of their 2017 Canada/USA Tour.

Sep 9, 2017

The Silver Way: China, Spanish America and the Birth of Globalization, 1565-1815
  • Heritage
  • Washington, D.C.

The Silver Way: China, Spanish America and the Birth of Globalization, 1565-1815

A discussion with Peter Gordon, co-author of the book “The Silver Way,” Margaret Myers, Director of the China and Latin America Program at the Inter-American Dialogue, and Tatiana Seijas, Associate Professor at the Pennsylvania State University.

Sep 7, 2017

Don Juan Tenorio
  • Performing arts
  • Washington, D.C.

Don Juan Tenorio

A sensual and contemporary retelling of Don Juan’s burning passions, brimming with poetic text and echoes of romantic and religious dramas.

Sep 7 – Oct 1, 2017

Meeting Bowls in Arlington
  • Urban Culture
  • Washington, D.C.

Meeting Bowls in Arlington

Spanish artist collective mmmm… presents the Meeting Bowls, social places for getting to know people and fostering dialog in small groups.

Jul 17 – Oct 23, 2017

Survibe on Tour in Washington, D.C.
  • Urban Culture
  • Washington, D.C.

Survibe on Tour in Washington, D.C.

Survibe is a 45-day journey, an experience, a painting trip through the U.S. by two painters and a photographer –Joan Tarragó, Alberto (Sabek) and Elliot Alcalde.

Jul 10 – Jul 12, 2017