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Iberia Festival Iberian Suite: global arts remix

March 3–24, 2015

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  • Iberian boutique

    During the festival, our Gift Shop on Level A transforms into the Iberian Boutique—featuring Spanish and Portuguese imports such as pearls, damasquinados jewelry, toiletries, hand-painted fans, embroidered shawls, linens, hand-decorated ceramics, and cork crafts, as well as a selection of CDs and DVDs. The Boutique also offers several culinary staples including Iberian olives, oils, salts, and jams.

  • For the family

    Looking for great activities for children during the festival? Check out the lively theater production Somewhere in Quixote (for ages 12 and up) in our Family Theater, as well as The Transatlantic Table upstairs in the Nations Gallery—our interactive family space about cool food facts related to the Iberian Peninsula featuring iPad games, takeaway cards, and a craft activity for creating your own fruit plate art. 

  • Interested in volunteering?

    Through the Kennedy Center Friends program, hundreds of volunteers are needed to help support our festival. Visit our volunteer page for more information and to download the volunteer application. The deadline for submissions is February 19!

  • Additional embassy events

    The following embassies are planning several of their own events during the festival. Please visit their websites for additional information:

  • Schedule of free exhibitions & installations

    March 4–22

    10:30 a.m.–7:30 p.m. (timed-entry tickets required):

    10 a.m. until closing:

    10 a.m.–9 p.m.:

  • The Iberian Peninsula and Latin America

    Date:
    March 4 at 3 p.m.
    Location:
    Enrique V. Iglesias Auditorium
    Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
    1330 New York Avenue, NW
    Washington, DC 20577

    Join former President Felipe González Márquez of Spain for a lively exchange hosted by the IDB where he explores the influence of the Iberian Peninsula on social, political, and economic thought in Latin America. The session will highlight important dimensions of the cultural exchange in the development of both regions.

    Free Admission, no tickets needed. Photo identification required. Contact Fadrique Iglesias at IDB-KCenter@IADB.ORG for additional information.

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