Institut Ramon LLull



13/12/2018. University of Salamanca hosts Catalan Studies Day
The event will kick off with a lecture entitled “Narrative documents from the late Francoist p...
12/12/2018. Open Call for International Curatorial Residency Program at SAC
SAC International Curatorial Residency Program 2019 is the residency program at Barcelona’s Sa...
20/07/2019. 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 C...
26/12/2018. 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 Gi...
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17/01/2017 Performing

Catalonia and the Balearic Islands, centre stage at the Momix 2017 Children’s and Young People’s Theatre Festival

This year, the Momix 2017 Children’s and Young People’s Theatre Festival –which is being held for the 26th time from 26 January to 5 February in Kingersheim, in the north-east of France– presents Momix à la Catalane. Momix has included five Catalan shows in the programme, the first time a focus has been placed on the artistic creation of a particular region. This is a window conceived as an international showcase for Catalan and Balearic companies and to promote the ...
11/06/2015 Music

The Burghof Theater in Lörrach is programming a Catalan focus for the coming season in association with the IRL

This Thursday the Burghof Theater in Lörrach, near the German border with France and Switzerland, has presented its programme, which has a Catalonia Focus and is organised jointly with the Institut Ramon Llull. The focus includes the performances by Marinah (13 November) and Che Sudaka (21 January), and the presentation of the new show by Ponten Pie: Àrtica (24 January). 
New York 
09/04/2015 Music

Oques Grasses, La iaia, Sílvia Pérez Cruz and DJ Guillamino, at the SummerStage Festival 2015

In June of 1986 Sun Ra and the Omniverse Jet Set Arkestra performed a free concert in Central Park, and the summer music landscape in New York City changed forever. To celebrate its 30th anniversary, SummerStage Festival has extended the season from May to October, showcasing nearly 200 unique artists from the iconic to the avant-garde, from opera to hip-hop, film to circus, and everything in between. The Institut Ramon Llull partners with SummerStage again this year to bring Catalan Sounds on Tour ...
25/06/2014 Performing

Five companies will be performing at the third Avignon à la Catalane sponsored by the Institut Ramon Llull

The Institut Ramon Llull presents a new Avignon à la Catalane, a programme that has been taking Catalan performing arts companies to Avignon le OFF for three years. The aim is to promote and consolidate the presence of Catalan creators in France and the rest of the world. This year there are five items on the programme: Sergi López and Jorge Picó with Livingstone 30/40; the Ytuquepintas company with Rêves de sable; KulbiK dance company with Cube; La Veronal / Lali Ayguadé ...
New York 
28/04/2014 Music


SummerStage Festival, a program of City Parks Foundation, and the Institut Ramon Llull partner for the first time ever to feature Catalan bands Mishima and Txarango and DJ sets by Headbirds in what promises to be an unforgettable Sunday afternoon of Catalan music at Central Park. 
14/04/2014 Culture

Catalonia, invited to the Regensburg CinEScultura Festival

Catalonia and Nicaragua will be the guests of honour at the 7th CinEScultura Festival, which is held annually in the German city of Regensburg and will take place from 25 April to 23 May. Launched in 2008 and organised by Regensburg University, the aim is to present Spanish and Latin American cinema and culture in order to broaden cultural and academic relations and to establish synergies. This year, coinciding with the celebration of the Tercentenary, the festival will be devoting a large ...
30/07/2013 Performing

Avignon City Council is giving the IRL a venue to consolidate the project Avignon à la Catalane

The mayoress of Avignon, Marie-José Roig, has offered the IRL a venue in the city centre for the project Avignon à la Catalane during the Avignon Festival, a sign of the city’s recognition of the Institut’s work within the Avignon le Off festival. She informed us of this last week during the reception that she offered to the artists of Avignon à la Catalane, the IRL representatives and Marta Almirall, director of the Barcelona Institute of Culture’s Festivals ...

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is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

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