Activities of August 19,

Index / Activities

  • Semblances of Cordoba: The Umayyad era in the first person
    Conferences and debates

    Semblances of Cordoba: The Umayyad era in the first person

    From March 08, 2024 until December 10, 20247:00 p.m.
    On Tuesday, March 12 in Cordoba, we will be holding the opening session of this series of conferences, which we will continue to enjoy throughout 2024 and 2025, under the scientific coordination of Maribel Fierro (ILC-CSIC) and Juan Pedro Monferrer (UCO). 
  • Casa Árabe Reading Club
    Books and publications

    Casa Árabe Reading Club

    From April 17, 2024 until December 17, 2024Check dates, times and fees for each period.
    Casa Árabe, with the cooperation of the Escuela de Escritores (School of Writers), is organizing a Reading Club with a special emphasis on Arab literature, thus reflecting the diversity, wealth and complexity of these societies and their history. Sign up now! 
  • Series of “Workshops with History” in Cordoba
    Courses and seminars

    Series of “Workshops with History” in Cordoba

    From February 21, 2024 until December 20, 2024Check times and dates for each workshop.
    For yet another year, Casa Árabe is hosting these craft workshops at its headquarters in Cordoba. They have been organized by SextoMario with the goal of increasing awareness about the region’s history and historical values.
  • Ephemeral landscapes of the sun 

    Ephemeral landscapes of the sun 

    From June 05, 2024 until September 15, 2024Mondays through Sundays, from 10:00 to 8:00 p.m.
    On Wednesday 5 June, Casa Árabe opens this exhibition at its headquarters in Madrid, the winning group show of the 2024 edition of the NUR call for entries, organised in collaboration with PhotoEspaña. 
  • Faces and Traces of Jordan 

    Faces and Traces of Jordan 

    From July 12, 2024 until September 29, 2024Mondays through Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
    The exhibition, open to the public as of July 12, will be featuring ethnographic photography by Ghassan Sela and sculptures by Anees Maani. The display is a collaborative effort between Casa Árabe, the Tourism Office of Jordan and the Jordanian Embassy in Spain.