Exhibitions and conferences not to be missed this month

We have scheduled various appointments this month where you can dive in Spanish heritage and history, completely must-see!

Ferdinand Magellan and Juan Sebastián Elcano were explorers whose remarkable journey in the 16th century forever altered our understanding of the world, leading the first expedition to successfully circumnavigate the globe. Departing from Seville, their expedition endured daunting challenges, including treacherous seas, mutinies, and encounters with indigenous peoples. This pioneering voyage marked a profound milestone in the age of exploration… and we will go deep into it in a conference with experts, on September 21, Thursday, in Angera’s Town Hall.

Luis Buñuel, the influential Spanish filmmaker, is renowned for his surreal and provocative style. His films, often challenging conventions, explore complex themes and human nature, left an enduring impact on cinema. On September 22, Thursday, an exhibition around his figure will be inaugurated in Varese’s Cinema-Teatro Nuovo, featuring a dialogue on his figure, the screening of recently-restored fil “Él” (MEX 1953) and some Spanish refreshments. The exhibition will be open until the end of october.

The Camino de Santiago, often called the Way of St. James, is a renowned pilgrimage route in Europe. It spans various paths, leading to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Pilgrims journey for diverse reasons, finding inspiration in its history, spirituality, and scenic beauty. The closenees and fraternity between pilgrims is a common value in this journey, that Maribel Garrote depicts through her watercolor paintings. “The way of the stars” is the name for this watercolor paintings exhibition, opening in Ispra’s Sala Serra from September 29 to October 1.

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