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06/09/2019 Literature

Making Catalan Literature Travel: an international window on Catalan literature

From 9 to 13 September, Institut Ramon Llull is hosting the 17th annual Making Catalan Literature Travel for International Publishers and Agents programme. The event is being held as part of La Setmana del Llibre en Català (Catalan Book Week) for the third year in a row.
06/08/2019 Arts

The Institut Ramon Llull will submit AIRE/ARIA/AIR from curator Olga Subirós for participation at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition 2020

The Institut Ramon Llull will submit the project AIRE/ARIA/AIR for participation to the Biennale di Venezia as part of the Collateral Events, an official section of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition. AIRE/ARIA/AIR curated by Olga Subirós was selected by an expert panel from an open called organized by the Institut Ramon Llull. The 16th International Architecture Exhibition 2020 will open on May 23th 2020.
Barcelona  
20/07/2019 Arts

Pedro Azara to curate Catalonia's project for the 2019 Venice Biennale of Art

Catalonia will participate in the 58th edition of the Venice Biennale of Art as part of the Eventi Collaterali program with a project curated by Pedro Azara titled Losing Your Head (Idols). Catalonia's exhibition at the Venice Biennale, to open 11 May 2019, is produced by the Institut Ramon Llull.
26/06/2019 Culture

Professor and translator Ko Tazawa, winner of the 29th Ramon Llull International Prize for Catalan Studies and Cultural Diversity

The jury of the Ramon Llull International Prize has unanimously decided to grant this distinction in its Catalan Studies and Cultural Diversity category to the professor in the Department of Intercultural Studies at Hosei University, Ko Tazawa, a translator of works by Catalan authors into Japanese and the translator of Yukio Mishima into Catalan, as well as the founder of Catalan Studies in Japan. The jury particularly showcased his role as a trainer of experts in Catalan Studies in Japan.
08/05/2019 Arts

Presskit: Catalonia In Venice_To Lose Your Head (Idols)

Dossier de premsa / Dossier de prensa / Press kit / Cartella stampa For the 6th time, the Institut Ramon Llull presents a Collateral Event for the Biennale Arte. Pedro Azara curates the exhibition Catalonia in Venice_To Lose Your Head (Idols). The multi-authored exhibition explores the theory of art reception and documents the complex life of public statues in our time.
Venice 
08/04/2019 Arts

Catalonia In Venice_To Lose Your Head (Idols). Collateral Event of the 58th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia

For the 6th time, the Institut Ramon Llull presents a Collateral Event for the Biennale Arte. Pedro Azara curates the exhibition Catalonia in Venice_To Lose Your Head (Idols). The multi-authored exhibition explores the theory of art reception and documents the complex life of public statues in our time. In a world of images, where iconoclasm, iconodulia and the transformation of aesthetic and are ways for reality and power to relate to each other, the exhibition questions the fetishism of images ...
Barcelona 
18/03/2019 Thought

The Board of the Ramon Llull Foundation meets at the IRL headquarters

The Board of the Ramon Llull Foundation met this Monday, the 18th of March, at the Palau Baró de Quadras, the headquarters of the Institute Ramon Llull in Barcelona. At the meeting, the Board approved the renewal of the conditions of the Ramon Llull International Prizes and the participation of Andorran writers in the International Book Fair of Buenos Aires, and the Faber residence Andorra was explained.
27/02/2019 Literature

The Olot City Council signs an agreement to incorporate the Faber Residency into the Institut Ramon Llull

The  Faber Residency of Arts, Sciences and Humanities will formally join the Institut Ramon Llull and be incorporated into the institute’s structure and action plans.
27/02/2019 Performing

The Ibero-American Temporada Alta closes its seventh edition with almost 7,400 spectators and 78% occupancy in its three branches: Buenos Aires, Lima and Montevideo

The last functions of Temporada Alta in Ibero-America were held this weekend, closing almost 4 weeks of performances in 3 countries (Argentina, Peru and Uruguay). There was a total of 81 functions, 33 of which correspond to Catalan productions and the Transatlantic Dramaturgy Tournament, with more than 2,000 spectators and the cooperation of the Institut Ramon Llull. Temporada Alta Buenos Aires achieved 100% occupancy with Terra Baixa, Cases, Calma! and Vida, the productions that the ...
Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Lima 
24/02/2019 Performing

23 theatre and performance pieces at Temporada Alta Iberoamèrica, a festival that is more international than ever

Lluís Homar is taking Tierra Baja to Latin America and Guillem Albà will première Calma! at the festival, which is now in its 7th year, consolidating its place as a platform for artistic exchanges and featuring a new Torneig de Dramatúrgia Transatlàntic with artists from both sides of the Atlantic, in collaboration with the SGAE FoundationXesca Salvà, from Mallorca, will be presenting her show Cases and Javier Aranda, from Aragón, will be performing ...
17/01/2019 Performing

Chilean performing arts festival Santiago Off presents Focus FiraTàrrega for second year in a row

Catalan companies John Fisherman and Humanhood, as well as street arts expert Aïda Pallarès, will be taking part in the 2019 edition of Santiago Off, one of the benchmark performing arts festivals on the Ibero-American scene, which kicks off today and runs through 26 January in Santiago de Chile. Institut Ramon Llull is collaborating with this exchange by covering travel costs for the Catalan artists and experts.
Paris 
26/12/2018 Cinema

Naomi Kawase and Isaki Lacuesta raise curtain on Filmmakers in Correspondence exhibition and audiovisual program at Paris’ Pompidou Center

The exhibition Filmmakers in Correspondence, which accompanies retrospectives of the oeuvres of Girona-born director Isaki Lacuesta and Japanese auteur Naomi Kawase, opens at the Pompidou Center in Paris tomorrow, Friday, November 23. Lacuesta, whose retrospective kicks off on November 26, has crafted two tailor-made installations for the show.
20/12/2018

Ariadna Puiggené and Francesc Serés appointed to head up two Departments at the Institut Ramon Llull

On December 10, 2018, the Institut Ramon Llull’s Management Board appointed Ariadna Puiggené as the new Director of the Language and Universities Department and Francesc Serés as the new Director of the Creation Department. At the meeting, the Faber Arts, Sciences and Humanities Residency joined ranks with the Institut Ramon Llull as part of its strategic action plan and programming. In the future, the Faber will serve as the bedrock for launching a network of residencies ...
23/11/2018 Culture

Professor Maria Delgado, translator Artur Guerra and linguist Christer Laurén win Ramon Llull Foundation Prize

The Ramon Llull Foundation celebrated the seventh edition of the Ramon Llull International Award in Andorra today. The prize is awarded to individuals or institutions outside the Catalan-speaking territories who have striven to promote Catalan language and culture on the international stage. This year’s prizes went to Maria Delgado, the foremost British expert in Catalan cinema and theatre, Finnish linguist Christer Laurén, and Portuguese translator Artur Guerra. Laurén received ...
18/11/2018 Cinema

The Scotland Catalan Film Festival is back with the most recent contemporary Catalan cinema

The platform Cinemaattic has announced a new edition of SCAT (Scotland Catalan Film Festival), which is to be held from 2 to 5 November in Glasgow and from 13 to 18 November in the city of Edinburgh.  Once again this year, the festival shows the latest in Catalan cinema with short films, talks, poetry and other parallel events.  
12/11/2018

Catalan live arts land in Quebec

The Catalan Ministry of Culture, through the Catalan Institute for Cultural Companies (ICEC), and its Catalan Arts internationalisation brand, with the Institut Ramon Llull, is organising a mission to Quebec in November to facilitate the participation of Catalan professionals in CINARS, a bienniale of performing arts and music, and the music festivals M pour Montréal and Mundial Montréal, and to provide support for the shows by the programmed Catalan groups.
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