Activities of November 26,

Index / Activities

  • Guided tours of the Casa Mudéjar 
    Special programs

    Guided tours of the Casa Mudéjar 

    From February 10, 2020 until December 18, 2020Check dates and times for each tour.
    CORDOBA
    With these guided tours of our headquarters, we are contributing to the commemoration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of Cordoba’s Historical City Center as a World Heritage Site. The next tour will be taking place on June 26 (you may sign up as of one week before the tour).
  • The Majlis: Dialogue among cultures
    Special programs

    The Majlis: Dialogue among cultures

    From September 28, 2020 until January 17, 2021
    MADRID
    Until January 17, it is possible to visit this exhibition at the National Archaeological Museum, with which Casa Árabe is collaborating through a parallel program of activities.
  • Contemporary Arab Women Directors II
    Films

    Contemporary Arab Women Directors II

    From October 16, 2020 until December 04, 2020Check schedules and conditions for entry in each city.
    MADRID AND CORDOBA
    For the second year in a row, we are devoting one of our film series to a selection of the best, most up-to-date films directed by Arab women, to be presented as a special section of the “Cinema by Women” Film Festival.
  • 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.