In the craftsmen’s corral of Seville’s Plaza del Pelícano, Noelia dedicates herself every day to her work as a ceramic painting artist. In this report by Sidney Switzer, Noelia tells us about her artistic training, the peculiarities of her business and the love she feels for what she does.
In this report by DJ McAllister, Memphis Jiménez, vocalist for the Pinball Wizard group, talks about his band’s place in the music scene and about the role of women in bands.
Jaime, the photographer and videographer portrayed in full swing by DJ McAllister, talks to us in this report about his professional career, his sources of inspiration and what photography means to him.
In recent years, one of the most successful activities among Sevillians has been swing dancing. Numerous events, animated since 2013 by the festival Sevilla Swing! take place every year in the city. And many of them, like this one we see in Noa Laden’s work, take place in the streets.
One of the most popular activities for CIEE students in Seville is learning to dance flamenco. In this report by Vi Kakares, we delve into Eli’s school and meet who is the teacher of many of them as we watch one of their classes.
El Rinconcillo is famous for being the oldest bar in Seville, dating back as far as 1670. It is also known for its excellent tapas. In this report by Kelly Pellegrini and Rebecca North we learn a little more about this place.
During her trip to Italy, Celest Solis had the opportunity to meet Giovanni in her hostel, who prepared a delicious pasta for her and the other people who stayed in the accommodation. Celest portrayed the whole process in an observational style.
The Oleoteca of Seville is a shop specialising in olive oil, the vebta of products related to it and the organisation of tastings to get to know some of its varieties better. Paz Jiménez, its owner, is our guide.
In this work, Anna Morris reflects on the presence or absence in Holy Week in Seville of one of the elements that anyone would consider essential in a religious rite: Silence.