Join a team of girls who will design and program a mobile app and create their business plan, presenting it in person to technology professionals in a global competition. In collaboration with the NGO Iridescent, Power to Code, and the Technovation Challenge program, on Friday, November 24, we will carry out various activities with our community
The International Institute and Syracuse University are pleased to invite you to the presentation of the book: “Labyrinths of gender. Death, sacrifice and pain in Spanish women's literature” Participants: Participate Josefa Álvarez, professor at Le Moyne College and editor of the book; Marta López Villar, poet and literary critic; Kathryn Everly, Professor of Spanish Literature
The activity "Group Discussion for Teens" in this third call will focus on the reading, writing and declamation of poetry in English through poems from contemporary American literature, under the motto "Finding Our Collective Voice". Both in the discussion group and in the writing workshop that make up the activity, the
New project of the American Space Madrid with the Network of Public Libraries of the Madrid City Council. American Cultural Bites – Short Story Circuit is a circuit of meetings in English to bring us closer to contemporary American literature through short stories in a playful and informal way. Every month, after an individualized reading of the
New project of the American Space Madrid with the Network of Public Libraries of the Madrid City Council: one session per month in a different library each time. "Maker"-type mobile experiences in public libraries in Madrid. Makers Unite! is an activity for children from 9 to 12 years old where we will experiment with LittleBits, a modular system to build electronic systems with small
Love is my faith Spiritual music to discover human identity Trio Aglaia Gudrún Ólafsdóttir, mezzo-soprano – Elena Jáuregui, violin – Francisco Javier Jáuregui, guitar In this concert, Elena Jáuregui will perform the Spanish premiere of Nostrorbis (our land), the violin sonata only from the American composer Stephanie Anne Boyd. In addition, as a celebration of the day of
Stanford University and the International Institute are pleased to invite you to a talk by Dr. Thomas Fingar Shorenstein APARC Fellow of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University* Challenges to Democracy in the 21st Century Monday, November 6 at 19:30 p.m. . The conference will be held in English without simultaneous translation.
Silent film screening with live improvised musical accompaniment by Sonia Megías. The Modern Sherlock Holmes is a 1924 American film directed by and starring Buster Keaton. *About Sonia Megías: Sonia Megías studied piano, viola and composition at the Almansa and Murcia conservatories. In Italy and with an Erasmus scholarship, she studied
“The Garden Project” is a collaborative project in order to create a community garden at the International Institute in Spain. In collaboration with Katia Fernández, Agricultural Engineer, and Connor Nehls of Syracuse University, this fall participants will learn more about the process of harvesting, planting, and caring for a community garden. General data Aimed at: children
This activity has been designed to teach boys and girls from 9 years old to create music through computer codes (live coding). Jesus Jara will use a platform to teach children to create their own melodies and rhythms through computer programming and coding.