Activities of December 25,

Index / Activities

  • New edition of Aula Árabe Universitaria
    Conferences and debates

    New edition of Aula Árabe Universitaria

    From September 28, 2020 until May 18, 20217:00 p.m.
    IN MADRID AND ONLINE
    This annual series of conferences, organized with the cooperation of university programs in the Autonomous Region of Madrid, is beginning at our headquarters in Madrid on September 28.
  • Event series on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
    Conferences and debates

    Event series on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

    From October 15, 2020 until June 30, 20217:00 p.m.
    MADRID
    Casa Árabe is preparing a new series of conferences, this time about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), during the second half of 2020 and first half of 2021.
  • The origins of Arab-Flamenco fusion 
    Courses and seminars

    The origins of Arab-Flamenco fusion 

    From December 16, 2019 until February 22, 20215:00 p.m.
    CORDOBA
    At its headquarters in Cordoba, Casa Árabe is offering eleven “master classes” to be given by Carolina Prior, with the goal of taking a tour through the origins of Arab dance (gypsis), including its changes over time and its influence on flamenco.
  • Displacements: Yemen Diasporas
    Exhibitions

    Displacements: Yemen Diasporas

    From September 18, 2020 until January 10, 2021Mondays through Sundays, from 10:00 a.m. to 7:30.
    MADRID
    From September 18 through January 10, Casa Árabe will be hosting this exhibition at its Madrid headquarters, with photographic works by Shaima Al-Tamimi and Thana Faroq. The exhibition is being held as part of the PHotoESPAÑA photography festival.
  • Arabian Arcadia
    Exhibitions

    Arabian Arcadia

    From September 24, 2020 until January 24, 2021Mondays through Sundays, from 10:00 a.m. to 7:30.
    MADRID
    Starting on September 24, Casa Árabe will be holding this exhibition of photos from the island of Socotra and the oases of Egypt by Jordi Esteva. The show, which forms part of the PHotoEspaña Festival, was curated by Jesús Cañete Ochoa.