Institut Ramon LLull

30/11/2022 Arts

Record-breaking visitor number for Lara Fluxà’s exhibition LLIM, curated by Oriol Fontdevila, at the Venice Biennale Arte 2022

More than 48.000 people visited LLIM, the Catalonia in Venice exhibition presented, from April 23 to November 27, at the Eventi Collaterali of the 59th Venice Art Biennale.
 /  Olot 
27/11/2022 Cinema

Faberllull Olot promotes 8 projects of feature films within the Script Residence of the Acadèmia del Cinema Català

From November 27th to December 1st, Faberllull Olot hosts one of the retreats of the script-writing residence for feature films of Catalan cinema.
 /  Leeds 
24/11/2022 Language

The University of Leeds joins the commemoration of the Centenary of the Birthday of Joan Fuster with a day of conferences and a workshop on aphorisms

Five specialists in the work of the intellectual born in Valencia participate in the academic event organized by the Universitat of Leeds (United Kingdom) with the collaboration of The Institut Ramon Llull.
 /  Bari, Italy 
23/11/2022 Language

Training days for Catalan teachers in Bari, Italy

The workshop will take place in the Italian city in December 2nd and 3rd, and it is dedicated to those teachers that are part of the Xarxa universitària d’estudis Catalans a l’exterior; it is coordinated by the Institut Ramon Llull. The activities are part of the XIII Congresso Internazionale dell’Associazione Italiana di Studi Catalani, which is taking place from November 30th to December 2nd.
 /  USA 

Unearthing the Anti-Fascist Memory from Franco’s Mausoleum: Joan Pinyol presents his book 'Avi, et trauré d'aquí!'

What would you do if you discovered that the remains of your grandfather were stolen from his grave, decades ago? What would you do if you found out that he was now buried close to the man responsible for his death? Joan Pinyol, Catalan writer from Capellades, answers these questions in his last and most impactful book: Avi, et trauré d'aquí! (Edicions Saldonar, 2019), based on his own true story.
 /  Madrid 
11/11/2022 Literature

The Festival Eñe 2022 includes a focus on Catalan literature

The literary event from Madrid and Malaga celebrates this year a “Window to Catalan literature” with authors like Enric Casasses, Carles Rebassa, Maria Callís, Josep Maria Miró, Mercè Ibarz, or Marina Rossell, among others.
 /  United Kingdom and Ireland 
08/11/2022 Literature

Louise Johnson presents Guillem Viladot’s novel Ruth in the United Kingdom and Ireland

While Catalonia celebrates this year the centenary of the birth of writer Guillem Viladot, the British publishing house Fum d'Estampa Press has published the novel Ruth. Louise Johnson, translator of this work into English and lecturer at the University of Sheffield, is on a tour to present Ruth in Cork, Oxford, Cambridge and London.
 /  Berlin 
07/11/2022 Music

Quartet Casals’ celebration of its 25th anniversary culminates in Berlin with the collaboration of The Institut Ramon Llull

The events marking the 25th anniversary of Quartet Casals will close with a concert in the Konzerthaus Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin on Thursday, 17th November.
 /  Stanford 
28/10/2022 Universities

Jordi Graupera, Josep Pla Visiting Associate Professor in Catalan Studies at Stanford University

The emergence of modern and contemporary Architecture in the West is intimately linked to the background culture that spread across the intellectual centers of Europe and the US between early nineteenth century and the Second World War. Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926) is a major representative of a style of architecture that asks and answers the questions posed by modernity and industrialization with an attitude of resistance.
 /  Prishtina, Kosovo 
28/10/2022 Arts

Closing of the edition 2022 of Manifesta14 2022 in Pristina. Barcelona will host the next edition in 2024

The Nomadic Art Biennial closed its edition at the Kosovar capital on October 30. With an opening on July 22, in Pristina, the event has shown artistic proposals by Lúa Coderch, Núria Güell, Luz Broto, and Werker Collective, all of them with the collaboration of Institut Ramon Llull.
 /  Montreal 
28/10/2022 Performing

A Catalan Performing Arts delegation is coming back to Quebec!

Since 1984, every two years in Montreal, CINARS has been organizing one of the most important international showcases and networking events. The 20th edition of the fair will take place this year from November 7 to November 12. The Catalan Delegation will be at CINARS booth 141-142.
 /  Paris 
25/10/2022 Universities

The University Paris 8 pays tribute to Joan Fuster on the occasion of the centenary of his birth

The fourth edition of the international seminar “Gare de France” gathers in the University of Paris, in October 27th and 28th, prominent experts on the work of the Valencian writer, poet and essayist, a capital figure in the intellectual articulation of Catalans during the second half of the XX century.
 /  New York 
24/10/2022 Performing

Playing Together: Catalonia at HB Studio returns this fall featuring 'Una galaxia de luciérnagas' by Aina Tur

HB Studio is pleased to continue its series Playing Together: Catalonia at HB Studio, a special showcase of select Catalan plays followed by discussions with the artists in partnership with Institut Ramon Llull. The program returns this fall featuring Una galaxia de luciérnagas by Aina Tur, an autofictional text based on a violent experience that the author lived in a Latin American country during the summer of 1998. Una galaxia de luciérnagas is a small-format monologue that challenges ...
 /  Cambridge, United Kingdom 
24/10/2022 Cinema

Cambridge Film Festival hosts a new edition of 'Camera Catalonia'.

From the 20th to the 27th of October, the Cambridge Film Festival presents a new edition of ‘Camera Catalonia’, that brings to the UK audiences a sample of the best recent Catalan films. Six productions are scheduled this year: 'Pacifiction', 'Alcarràs', 'Sinjar', 'The Burning Cold', 'Men’s Cooking' and 'We won’t kill each other with guns'.
 /  New York 
18/10/2022 Performing

The Moon in a Pot (a misunderstood show) at Lincoln Center

Our youngest audiences will touch the moon in this poetry-filled production created specifically for babies, toddlers and their families! La Petita Malumaluga integrates dance, theatre, live music and technology to create a delicate and beautiful new world for young ones to experience. They devise artistically contemporary productions in non-childish languages, with ten productions presented in more than 20 countries since 2009. The Moon in a Pot (a misunderstood show) is a song of ...
 /  Tucson, AZ 
18/10/2022 Literature

Samantha Mateo, mentee, and Mara Faye Letham, mentor: ALTA Mentorship Program, the end of the road

Samantha Mateo was selected as the Catalan mentee for the seventh year of the ALTA Emerging Translator Mentorship Program. For the last nine months, Samanha has worked alongside her mentor, established translator Mara Faye Lethem, on her translation from Catalan into English of Antònia Vicens’ award-winning novel 100 Degrees in the Shade. Mentors and mentees from ALTA's program will gather in Tucson, Arizona, ALTA'S hometown, at the beginning of November for a Professional ...
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