Institut Ramon LLull

New York 
18/09/2023 Music

Mar Vilaseca performs at the Dizzy’s Club's Late Night Sessions in October

Vocalist, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Mar Vilaseca was born in 1998, in Barcelona, Spain. Mar grew up in a musical environment and learned how to play and sing at a very young age, being exposed to a wide variety of music. She was classically trained in piano and traditional harmony at the Conservatorio del Liceo. At the age of 14, she started singing professionally in her father’s band, where she began her career in jazz and modern music.
New York 
18/09/2023 Universities

Josep Soler Carbonell of Stockholm University, the Mercè Rodoreda visiting professor at the Graduate Center - CUNY

Prof. Josep Soler Carbonell is Associate Professor in Applied Linguistics at the Department of English, Stockholm University. He specialises in the study of language ideologies and on the macro-micro dynamics of language policy configuration in different settings, including internationalising higher education systems, family multilingualism, and minority language contexts. His research has appeared in journals of reference in sociolinguistics, such as Language in Society, Journal of Sociolinguistics, ...
14/09/2023 Arts

Brussels hosts a major retrospective of Antoni Tàpies, in the year of the centenary of his birth

Bozar-Centre for Fine Arts presents the most important Tàpies retrospective in almost 20 years.
08/09/2023 Performing

Presentation of the winner projects of the programme Hivernem 2023 at Fira Tàrrega

Alejandro Santaflorentina and Nico Jongen explained the creative processes of their corresponding pieces.
06/09/2023 Literature

2024 ALTA Emerging Translator Mentorship Program Open for Applications

In a long-lasting partnership with Institut Ramon Llull, the 2024 ALTA Emerging Translator Mentorship Program will again ofer a mentorship for an emerging translator from the Catalan. In previous years, mentees Samantha Mateo, Tiago Miller, Marlena Gittleman, and Scott Shanahan have worked alongside some of the most prominent translator from the Catalan, such as Ronald Puppo, or Mara Faye Lethem. This year's ALTA mentor is Julia Sanches whose recent translation of Boulder by ...
06/09/2023 Music

Marc Migó: living the American dream

This September, Catalan composer Marc Migó's Concerto Grosso #1 (The Seance) will be performed in two concerts under the title "Migó, Schubert & Vivaldi" by the Western New York Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Glen Cortese. Later this year, Migó, as a Suncoast Composer in Residence, will provide mentorship to emerging composers enrolled in the The Suncoast Composer Fellowship Program  in Sarasota, Florida. 
06/09/2023 Arts

Andy Gracie features “Massive Binaries” at Ars Electronica, the most relevant festival for Digital Culture.

The work is an outcome of the first edition of the Randa Art|Science Residency organized by The Institut Ramon Llull and hosted by Ars Electronica (Linz, Austria) and Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST) in collaboration with the Hub for Art, Science and Technology in Barcelona Hac Te and the NewArtFoundation.
Washington DC 
05/09/2023 Archit. & design

Polis:7 Lessons from the European Prize of Urban Public Space

Drawn from the institutional archives of the European Prize for Urban Public Space, the "Polis" exhibition, created in 2014, has shown the best projects presented for the Prize, thematically grouped in order to offer a broad overview of the democratic quality of Europe’s public spaces.
01/09/2023 Arts

The Institut Ramon Llull will submit the project ”Bestiari” by Carlos Casas and Filipa Ramos for participation at Biennale Arte 2024

The 60th International Art Exhibition will be held in Venice from April 20 to November 24, 2024. The present edition is under the curation of Adriano Pedrosa, who has chosen the theme Foreigners Everywhere.
New York 
29/08/2023 Arts

Rosa Pascual brings her video art installation 'Lost" to New York

Children, mothers and siblings looking for one another, others not knowing they exist or believed to be dead, and others that will never be able to find one another. Thousands of cases of stolen children in Spain took place between the late thirties and early nineties.
New York 
29/08/2023 Music

Franz Schubert Filharmonia, debut at Carnegie Hall in New York

The Franz Schubert Filharmonia led by Conductor and Artistic Director Tomàs Grau presents its first ever concert in Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall on Tuesday, October 10, 2023 at 8:00 p.m. The orchestra, which makes its primary home in Barcelona and also holds annual concerts in other Spanish cities, performs Casal's Sant Martí del Canigó, Rodrigo's Concierto de Aranjuez, and Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9, "From ...
27/08/2023 Literature

Miquel de Palol: Storytelling Shape-shifters at the Toronto International Festival of Authors

Both set in the not-so-distant future, Jason Guriel’s and Miquel de Palol’s new novels imagine worlds shaped by natural and man-made disasters. Playful in form and deeply imaginative, these two stories explore the impact of pop culture, humanity’s impact on the planet, and the enduring power of story to get us through the darkest of times.
New York 

Pol Guasch and Arià Paco, writers in residence at Art Omi in the Fall 2023

Since its founding in 1992, Art Omi Writers (previously known as Ledig House) has hosted hundreds of authors and translators, representing more than fifty countries. The colony's strong international emphasis reflects the spirit of cultural exchange that is part of Ledig's enduring legacy. The collaboration between Institut Ramon Llull and Art Omi started back in 2010. Since then, Art Omi has hosted at least one Catalan author per year. 
New York 
24/08/2023 Music

Lluís Capdevila: 'Lament' in New York

Lluís Capdevila returns to New York City to present his most personal and intimate compositions created during the recent pandemic years.
Stanford University, CA 
01/08/2023 Universities

Joana Masó, the Josep Pla Visiting Chair in Catalan Studies at Stanford University

The seminar Curing the Institutions with Francesc Tosquelles. Politics and exile, desalienation and outsider art. will discuss the legacy of the Franco-Catalan psychiatrist Francesc/François Tosquelles. In the occupied France of the 1940s, he healed his patients by “curing” the psychiatric institution itself. 
Berkeley, CA 
01/08/2023 Arts

Mario Santamaría's 'Internet Tour: Invisible Infrastructures and AI Hallucinations' at University of California - Berkeley

Like any other digital technology, or the Internet itself, the current explosion of AI research and applications relies on their conceptualization as immaterial technologies. The idea of clean, ethereal networks whose data is stored in a bodiless Cloud is nothing but a fallacy that hides thousands of miles of fiber optic cables, innumerable data centers, and increasing global energy consumption. The Internet that feeds and fuels AI is made up of a series of materials, constructions, and interventions ...
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