Performing Arts.  New York,  08/11/2014
Using lyrical movement and clever projections, a solo dancer (Sarah Anglada) discovers stories on the doors of a wardrobe, upon the covers of a bed and even in the opening of a drawer in MINIMÓN, which directly translates to “small world.” Created by Barcelona-based Mons Dansa (formerly known as Nats Nus Dansa), this dance piece specially created for one- to four-year-olds ends with a treat for young theatergoers who are invited to explore the set and participate in guided activities with the dancer following the performance.
Visual Arts.  New York,  04/11/2014
What right do governments, corporations, and individuals have to collect and retain information on your daily communications? What tools—both today and in the past—have been used to monitor your activities? What are the immediate and far-reaching effects? Edu Bayer documents late Libyan dictator Muammar al-Qaddafi’s security headquarters in Tripoli, just a few days after it was abandoned when rebels stormed the capital.
Visual Arts.  St. Petersburg, FL,  08/11/2014
The exhibition “Picasso / Dali, Dali / Picasso” promises to be an international blockbuster featuring rarely loaned works from more than 25 international art museums and private collections worldwide pairing works of these leading artists of our era. Dozens of works – with a focus on paintings, and also featuring drawings, prints and sculpture – will be on display exclusively at The Dali Museum St. Petersburg, FL and the Museu Picasso, Barcelona.
Music.  USA,  11/11/2014
For her US tour, Cristina Casale has chosen a program of Spanish and Catalan composers such as Antonio Soler, Federic Mompou, Isaac Albéniz, Manuel de Falla and Enric Granados. The specialized critics qualify her as a musician who captivates the audiences with her performances, which are full of expression and temperament, leaving her mark of musical personality and Mediterranean character.
Music.  Toronto,  16/11/2014
"Dance, Song and Celebration" was premiered by Perspectives Ensemble under the direction of Ángel Gil-Ordóñez at the Morgan Library in New York during the fall of 2012 in celebration of Xavier Montsalvatge's Centennial.
Thought and Science.  New York,  18/11/2014
We are our brain. We think, feel, invent and operate with that fatty tissue, which weights a mere two and a half pounds. Distinguished neuroscientists will join Eduard Punset, renowned thinker and essayist, in discussing the current knowledge on the brain and will venture into its future.
Performing Arts.  Montreal,  20/11/2014
Performer David Espinosa will be featured at the Performing Arts Biennale Cinars in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Espinosa directs the Compagnie Hekinah Degul in a show called ‘Mi gran obra (My Great Work)’, in which he also takes part. The performances will take place at the Agora de la Danse Laboratoire.
Music.  USA and Mexico,  21/11/2014
"Mr. Peñas, a crisp Catalan guitarist, has a new album, “Music of Departures and Returns,” that suggests a personal spin not only through the music of his heritage but also that of Cuba and the Americas.” – Nate Chinen, NY
Music.  New York,  26/11/2014
As part of the “Amazonas” concert series, the Sandí-Cullell Piano Duo debuts at Carnegie Hall with a program of two-piano transcriptions of national dances and folklore tunes from Catalonia, Spain, France, and Latin America—some of them composed specially for this occasion.
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.

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