Visual Arts.  New York,  20/10/2015
Torres-García is one of the most complex and important artists of the first half of the 20th century, and his work opened up transformational paths for modern art on both sides of the Atlantic. His personal involvement with a significant number of early avant-garde movements—from Catalan Noucentismo to Cubism, Ultraism-Vibrationism, and Neo-Plasticism—makes him an unparalleled figure whose work is ripe for a fresh critical reappraisal in the U.S.
Literature.  Toronto,  22/10/2015
Toronto’s International Festival of Authors, which runs October 22–November 1, 2015, is delighted to present a thematic focus on Catalan literature and culture. Festival attendees will have the opportunity to engage with talented Catalan authors Anna Aguilar-Amat, Flavia Company, Marc Pastor, Jordi Puntí, Toni Sala, Martí Sales, Francesc Serés and Teresa Solana in a series of readings, round tables, interviews and a number of special events, all offering essential insight into their influences and the rich cultural life of Catalonia.
Music.  Chicago,  01/10/2015
In the first program of its second season, Ensemble CONCEPT/21 (EC/21) will be featuring works by Catalan composers Enric Riu, Delfí Colomé and Joan Arnau Pàmies. The members of Ensemble CONCEPT/21 are delighted to present these works in Chicago as part of the 10th Latino Music Festival.
Language.  New York,  02/10/2015
The lecture will put an end to a one-week seminar on "the economic policy, communication structure and the sociolinguistics of Catalan" programmed by The Mercè Rodoreda Chair at the Graduate Center-CUNY, and taught by Prof. Toni Mollà.
Visual Arts.  San Francisco,  01/10/2015
Jaume Plensa, 60, brings his gift for finding the quiet poetry in the human form to his smaller-scaled recent sculptures and works on paper, currently on display at the Haines Gallery in the exhibition “Jaume Plensa: Silent Faces.”
Cinema.  New York,  02/10/2015
The Limit of Our Gaze is a showcase of Spanish non-fiction films directed by women, and a series of panel discussions and Q&A’s with the guest filmmakers attending. Curated by Ruth Somalo and Lur Olaizola, the series features filmmakers Neus Ballús, Virginia García del Pino and Mercedes Álvarez, together with Cecilia Barriga, Pilar Monsell, and Sandra Ruesga.
Language.  Tucson, AZ,  15/09/2015
ALTA is pleased to announce the mentees for the inaugural year of the ALTA Emerging Mentorship program. Congratulations to our three exceptional emerging translators, chosen from more than 60 applications!
Music.  Seattle, Berkeley,  06/10/2015
Barcelona born Mariona Sagarra bases her work on voice, piano and poetry, in research of new possibilities of voice expression. She looks into and puts forth different ways to apply voice to the music, either through electro-acoustic, multiple elements. or simply by means of vocal polyphonies.

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