MARCH 2014 / NY, USA
Cinema.  New York,  06/03/2014
ReelAbilities: NY Disabilities Film Festival, is the largest festival in the U.S., showcasing films by or about people with disabilities. The Festival's 6th NY edition will be hosted by 30 venues throughout the city from March 6th through March 11th, 2014, featuring the Catalan film MÓN PETIT (LITTLE WORLD) by director Marcel Barrena, as its opening night film at The JCC in Manhattan.
Visual Arts.  New York,  08/03/2014
Playfully and unexpectedly, Catalan artist Regina Saura transforms teacups and office chairs alike into art-objects and invites us to relish the joyful simplicity of the everyday.
Cinema.  Austin Texas,  10/03/2014
The South by Southwest (SXSW) Conferences & Festivals offer the unique convergence of original music, independent films, and emerging technologies. Fostering creative and professional growth alike, SXSW is the premier destination for discovery.
Music.  Austin Texas,  13/03/2014
From March 13 through March 15, Desert, Svper, Univers, La Castanya and Lost Tapes will be showcasing their music at SXSW.
Music.  New York,  13/03/2014
Bernat Vivancos will direct the Escolania de Montserrat in a program of typical repertoire from Montserrat, Catalonia, that highlight the unique musical history of the Abbey.
Cinema.  New York,  19/03/2014
The Stigma?, directed by Martí Sans, is an investigation and reflection on the origins and survival in Spain of anti-Jewish prejudices, with the participation of fifteen experts in the field.
Literature.  New York,  17/03/2014
The new translation of Josep Pla's Quadern Gris, The Gray Notebook, the most celebrated work of twentieth-century Catalan literature, is by Peter Bush. The introduction is by Valentí Puig.
Architecture and design.  New York,  26/03/2014
Discover the Guastavinos' contribution to some of America's greatest public spaces.
Architecture and design.  New York,  27/03/2014
Organized by the Center for Architecture Foundation, the American Institute of Architects, New York, and the CCCB, Barcelona Center for Contemporary Culture, the exhibit will be on display in the US, for the first time ever, March 27 - July, 2014, in New York City.
Music.  New York,  24/02/2014
The music of Joan Arnau Pàmies is concerned with the problematization of issues related to text, notation, sound and the distinction between composition and performance as categorically different activities. His most recent explorations deal with the possibilities of unconventional notational strategies to develop rich formal processes.

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The Institut Ramon Llull aims at projecting the Catalan language and their culture in all its forms, materials and means of expression.
The IRL forms part of the Fundació Ramon Llull, which was established by the Government of Andorra, the Ramon Llull Institute, General Council of the Eastern Pyrenees, the city of Alghero, and the group of Valencian Cities, and has its central offices in Andorra.
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