The Instituto Cervantes is a non-profit organization founded by the Government of Spain in 1991. Its mission is to promote Spanish language teaching as well as that of Spain’s co-official languages, in addition to fostering knowledge of the cultures of Spanish-speaking countries throughout the world.
- New 15 hours Spanish courses
- Learn spanish in August
Provides fun and creative activities that introduce children to the cultures of the 21 Spanish speaking countries in the world.(+)
Book launch. Roberto Bolaño’s Fiction: An Expanding Universe (Columbia University Press), by Dr. Chris Andrews, Senior lecturer at University of Western Sydney.(+)
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Mexican Literary Nobel Prize Octavio Paz (México D.F., March 31st, 1914 - Coyoacán, Mexico, April 19th, 1998), the Instituto Cervantes in Sydney in collaboration with the Mexican Embassy in Australia and the University of Melbourne, are organizing a series of conferences in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne about his work as a Mexican poet and essayist, presented by the Mexican poet and essayist Aurelio Asiain.(+)