Since the beginning of the month, the Kennedy Center has been has been celebrating the Iberian Peninsula with a festival that highlights the art and culture of Europe’s southwest region. Iberian Suite: global arts remix presents a variety of performances, exhibits and installations (many commissioned especially for the festival), food tastings, workshops, and other unique activities. Like the Nordic Cool festival that took place two years ago, it’s a chance to experience international arts and culture right here in DC. And while the festival is already a couple of weeks in, there’s still over a week left to enjoy it — and there are elements that both children and adults can enjoy, some of it for free. The photos below offer a glimpse of what you can see by just popping in. (And these don’t include a fantastic exhibit of Picasso’s ceramics works — photography was not allowed.)
Iberian Suite runs through March 22 at the Kennedy Center. Admission to the exhibits is free, though you need tickets to see the Picasso works (free with timed entry, pick them up at the ticket office). Most performances and other events require paid tickets — see the website for details.