Architecture and design.  New York,  29/09/2014
More than a century after Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí began working on The Expiatory Church of the Holy Family, La Sagrada Familia remains under construction. Originally situated on the outskirts of the city, La Sagrada Familia today serves as the enduring symbol of Barcelona. But unlike the Eiffel Tower or Brooklyn Bridge, Barcelona's icon is still a work in progress and a magnetic center of spiritual life.
Cinema.  USA,  10/10/2014
After its successful US première at SXSW Film Festival 2014 in Austin, Texas (Special Jury Award for Best Acting Duo), Seattle International Film Festival 2014 (New Director's Showcase Award), and Málaga Spanish Film Festival 2014 (Best Film, Best Actress, Best Director, Best New Sceenwriter, and Special Critics Award), Broad Green Pictures brings 10.000 KM to the US movie theaters starting October 10, 2014.
Performing Arts.  Chicago, Washington DC, New York,  18/10/2014
Catalan dance company Mons Dansa will tour the US with MINIMÓN, a whimsical performance that explores the inner elements of a child’s ordinary life.
Thought and Science.  University of Colorado at Boulder,  17/10/2014
L'Endemà, a 2014 documentary on Catalan future, will be projected as part of the program, and Professor Carles Boix of Princeton University will give a lecture on the topic of Catalunya, next State in Europe?
Language.  Montreal,  22/09/2014
The Université de Montréal (UdeM) and the Institut Ramon Llull have recently signed an agreement aiming at consolidating Catalan Studies at that university through the creation of a Minor (a first-cycle program of 30 credits), due to begin in the fall 2014.
Literature.  Stanford University,  22/09/2014
Prof. Antoni Martí Monterde of the Universitat de Barcelona has been invited to California to teach a course as part of the Juníper Serra Visiting Chair in Catalan Studies at Stanford University. The course is organised by the Department of Iberian and Latin American Cultures and focuses on travel literature in Catalan.
Literature.  Barcelona, New York,  08/11/2014
Language.  New York,  24/09/2014
Join the group of enthusiastic Catalan students at Columbia University, plus other members of the community, for a weekly Cafè Català this fall.
Performing Arts.  Washington DC,  11/09/2014
CANCUN is a story about what happens when a dream vacation turns into the life you could only imagine. After a night of fun, two married couples vacationing in Cancun begin to contemplate new possibilities in the great "what if's" of their lives. This hilarious comedy about contemporary relationships and marriage is written by Jordi Galceran, one of the leading playwrights from Catalonia.
Visual Arts.  Chicago,  04/09/2014
On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Jaume Plensa’s 'Crown Fountain,' the artist presents four monumental sculptures installed in Millennium Park for this special exhibition. The sculptures are portraits of young girls created in cast iron and resin; they continue the story of the original 1000 portraits of local Chicago residents that illuminate the Crown Fountain every day.

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