Spanish Culture online
Illustrating Spain in the US
Commissioned by the Cultural Office of the Embassy of Spain and curated by award-winning writer Ana Merino, “Illustrating Spain in the US” unites comic creators and scholars in a joint artistic effort to deepen into the Spanish presence in this country.
“Cafés transatlánticos” is a new series of virtual talks between Spanish and U.S. creators, artists and different agents working in the cultural sector.
Spain Writes, America Reads
“Spain Writes, America Reads” is a new virtual series of author talks to introduce recently translated books from Spain in the U.S.
Spotlight on Contemporary Spanish Theater 2021
Contemporary Spanish theater is a blend of voices and styles exploring the issues of our time. The second edition of this series presents excerpts of works in a virtual format by contemporary Spanish playwrights with U.S. directors.
Spanish artists in New York
Renowned and emerging Spanish artists living in New York share their views of the city during the pandemic.
European Holiday Cookbook
With the European Holiday Cookbook, the Embassy of Spain joins its E.U. partners in bringing some European flavor to your table for this winter holiday season.
Shelter – Artist-in-Residence
“Shelter” is a new virtual choreography residence designed to create new work and foster artistic dialog between Spanish and American dancers and choreographers.
#This Is Not A Music Break
“#ThisIsNotAMusicBreak” is a series of multidisciplinary music videos created from collaborations between Spanish artists and artists from Germany, Belgium, Portugal, Japan and the United States.
Un café con…
“Un café con…” is a series of virtual talks with the Ambassador of Spain, Santiago Cabanas, and Spanish influencers living in the U.S.
World Book Day: Contemporary Readings from Spain
In this online celebration of “World Book Day,” a selection of contemporary Spanish authors read samples of their own works from their homes.
Spanish culture from home
During the stay-home order, more than ever, we celebrate and share the best of Spanish culture with you.
14 days / 14 artists
For a period of 14 days –from March 23 to April 5, 2020– 14 Spanish artists transformed the confinement caused by the Coronavirus into creative material.
14 days / 14 artists: young creators
In this second edition of “14 days / 14 artists,” emerging artists from Spain will transform the confinement caused by the Coronavirus into creative material.
“Talking sites: Spain in New York” is a gallery of spots devoted to places that are related to the culture and history of Spain in New York City.
It’s time to say goodbye to 2020! We invite you to celebrate the end of the year online with two live DJ sets by Troya Modet and Tottie.
Dec 17, 2020
The PALABRA Archive: Eduardo Lago
Author Eduardo Lago comments on his recording from the “PALABRA Archive” and discusses the literary connections between the US and Spain with guest writer David Hollander.
Nov 18, 2020
10 of 30: New Spanish Narrative 2020
Spanish authors Aixa de la Cruz and Jordi Nopca will represent the New Spanish Narrative in the US presentation of the second edition of 10 of 30, a project that aims to encourage the translation of Spanish authors into English.
Oct 27, 2020
Science Diplomacy in the Post-Covid World
Diplomats and scientists discuss the importance of the union between science and diplomacy after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jun 12, 2020
- Sketching the future
Around Nature: Panel discussions
This multidisciplinary project by the Cultural Office of the Spanish Embassy and artist Juanli Carrión explores the socio-botanical consequences of the Magellan-Elcano expedition.
May 14 – May 28, 2020
- Sketching the future
The economic and business impact of COVID-19
Sociologist and economist Mauro F. Guillén analyzes the economic and business consequences of the pandemic in this online seminar conducted entirely in Spanish.
Apr 28, 2020