Institut Ramon LLull

COMMS
 /  BARCELONA 
06/05/2021 Literature
 /  Toronto 
03/05/2021 Literature

Toronto Public Library presents Jordi Nopca: Come on Up, Tales of Barcelona

What happens when the hopes of a generation are dashed by austerity policies and underemployment? In his expertly paced collection of stories, Come On Up, rising literary star, Jordi Nopca, shows us a group portrait of contemporary Barcelona, beaten by the economic and the political crisis.
COMMS
 /  LONDON 
30/04/2021 Language

Waiting for Ausiàs March: Catalan Poetry at the Turn of the Fourteenth Century

Dr. Anna Alberni (Universitat de Barcelona)Tuesday, 4 May, 5pmOnline seminar
 /  New York 
30/04/2021 Literature

Jordi Nopca at the 2021 PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature

Even in a highly connected, globalized world, some conflicts seem truly unprecedented. Whether ecological, economic, or even divine in nature, these disasters cause collisions between modernity and culture that threaten time-worn traditions. The latest fiction by Yamen Manai, Jordi Nopca, and Kawai Strong Washburn follows characters whose lives sit on the precipice of great change as they weather the aftershocks of events initiated far and away.
Comunicació
 /  Barcelona 
29/04/2021 Literature

Local Stories, Global Writers

Are you tired of speed-reading the newest releases to find promising emerging authors with that spark of originality? We know the feeling. We're all victims of that famous phenomenon: the fear of missing out. Set aside the scramble to find the latest hot new thing. Take a deep breath. There's no need to rush anymore. Let’s go back to the origins.  Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí, well known for his Sagrada Família in Barcelona, said that originality ...
 /  New York 
28/04/2021 Performing

Playing Together: Catalonia at HB Studio kicks off with A.K.A. (Also Known As) by Daniel J. Meyer

HB Studio is pleased to partner with Institut Ramon Llull to present Playing Together: Catalonia at HB Studio, a special showcase of select Catalan plays, including English subtitles, followed by in-depth discussions with the artists about their work and creative process. The program, hosted by HB Studio, will kick off in May with an HB public conversation on A.K.A. (ALSO KNOWN AS) by playwright Daniel J. Meyer, followed by MIVION (RADIO SARAJEVO) by theater company La Conquesta del Pol Sud in July, ...
COMMS
 /  BARCELONA 
27/04/2021 Language
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20/04/2021 Literature

Llull Fellowship: Targeted at International Publishers and Agents

Dear publishers, In the big meantime of going back to some normal, we are happy to present a new edition of the virtual Llull Fellowship, a programme devoted to providing the participants with a more in-depth perspective on Catalan literature as well as to build networks among Catalan and international publishing houses and literary agencies. It will take place from September 13th to 17th 2021, along with the Setmana del Llibre en català, a wonderfully crafted ...
COMUNICACIÓ
 /  PARIS 
20/04/2021 Arts

The immersive art of Joan Soler-Adillon, artist and researcher, lands at the festival Les Ailleurs Paris.

With the piece The Smallest of Worlds, the Catalan artist offers an immersive journey to the depths of living spaces as containers of our individual stories. The festival Les Ailleurs, coordinated by Fisheyes and La Gaîté Lyrique, is a new event for immersive experiences and digital creation. It will take place online from April 6th to July 11th, and also offline when the sanitary measures allow it.
COMMS
 /  BARCELONA 
20/04/2021 Language
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15/04/2021 Literature

Celebrate Sant Jordi, the festival of books and roses, in North America and around the world

April 23rd is the UNESCO World Book & Copyright Day and Sant Jordi, a day when love and literature are massively celebrated all around Catalonia. People exchange books and roses as a token of appreciation. The tradition has become so popular that Sant Jordi is now celebrated all over the world! Here is how you take part in this Catalan tradition in North America, but also in any other part of the world!
COMUNICACIÓ
 /  MOSCOW 
12/04/2021 Arts

El Ventre del Mar by Agustí Villaronga will participate in Moscow International Film Festival

‘EL VENTRE DEL MAR’, written and directed by Agustí Villaronga, it’s been selected to participate in the 43rd Edition of Moscow International Film Festival, the second oldest international film festival in the world and recognized prestige worldwide. The film shooting took place entirely in Mallorca island during the past august.
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