Activities of January 16,

Index / Activities

  • Protocol and business culture in Arab countries and Asia  
    Courses and seminars

    Protocol and business culture in Arab countries and Asia  

    From November 16, 2018 until January 20, 20197:00 to 9:00 p.m.
    MADRID
    Casa Asia and Casa Árabe have come together to present a new edition of this course, which consists of four modules devoted to East Asia, the Maghreb region, Western and Central Asia and the countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council. It will be held as of January 22, 2019 and registration is now open.
  • Course on “Thuluth” Style Arabic Calligraphy
    Courses and seminars

    Course on “Thuluth” Style Arabic Calligraphy

    From December 18, 2018 until February 02, 2019The course will be held on Saturdays from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
    MADRID
    The period to sign up for this course will remain open until February 2. It will be given by calligrapher Pablo Casado on Saturdays from February 9 through March 2.
  • How to teach Spanish to Syrian and Palestinian refugees
    Courses and seminars

    How to teach Spanish to Syrian and Palestinian refugees

    From December 18, 2018 until February 12, 2019
    MADRID
    We are holding a new edition of our workshops on teaching Spanish as a foreign language to Syrian and Palestinian asylum seekers. It will be taking place on two Sundays, February 17 and 24. You can sign up now.
  • Arab Window at the African Film Festival (FCAT) 
    Films

    Arab Window at the African Film Festival (FCAT) 

    From November 02, 2018 until January 25, 2019Check schedules and conditions for entry in each city.
    MADRID AND CORDOBA
    For yet another year, Casa Árabe is cooperating with the film festival through this film series, which includes the screening of two fictional feature films and two documentaries that could be seen at the last edition of FCAT.
  • Other Realities: The Alhambra
    Exhibitions

    Other Realities: The Alhambra

    From November 22, 2018 until May 01, 2019
    MADRID
    At its headquarters in Madrid, Casa Árabe is exhibiting a selection of photographic negatives created by Javier Abella.