Institut Ramon LLull

Grants for international residency projects in the field of the visual arts, performing arts, film, music, design and architecture

Summary of the guidelines governing the awarding of grants as published in the DOGC (official journal of the Catalan government) on April 10rd 2024

This summary is purely informative, and cannot derive any binding legal effect for the Institut Ramon Llull. It is necessary for the applicant to consult the legal text and the resolution of the call.



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International residency programmes that contribute to the projection and dissemination of the Catalan language and culture abroad which take place outside Spain and are promoted by both by venues, festivals, art centres, and other cultural/arts organisations that are part of the Catalan artistic-cultural community and by other international venues, festivals, art centres and other cultural/arts organisations.

Applicants must have been working in residency programmes for at least three years in a row.

International residency projects are not considered to be those which only consist of rentals or the transfer of space, nor those which have a duration of less than five days.

The activities supported must be carried out during the period indicated in the call for proposals.

Project dates: from 1 January to 15 November 2024.


To be eligible for these grants, applicants must be legal entities that meet the requirements in the regulations for this call.



Applicants may submit up to five applications per call, with one application per international residency.

The minimum amount of the application must be equal to 2,000.00 euros.

The maximum amount of the application must be equal to 15,000.00 euros

The grant awarded may cover up to 100% of the eligible expenses. he maximum grant awarded annually is 30,000.00 euros per applicant.

    Eligible expenses

    The following are considered eligible expenses:

    • Expenses from the fees of the residents.
    • Expenses for the accommodations of the residents to conduct the activity.
    • Expenses from the mentorships of the residents during the international residency.
    • Expenses from the travel of the residents.
    • Expenses from the transport of freight/materials.
    • Expenses from audit services


    The application process will be available through the Institut Ramon Llull virtual office during the period of applications of the call

    a) For Spanish applicants: Legal entities, electronically using the Institut Ramon Llull applicable signature system

    b) Foreign applicants (legal entities) who apply for the first time to a grant from Institut Ramon Llull need an accreditation. In the case they haven’t been provided one before, they need to request an accreditation.

    Institut Ramon Llull will generate the certification and send it to non-resident foreign citizens securely after having verified their identification documentation. The certification will be valid for five years starting from the submission date of the documentation that certifies the identity of the interested party unless any changes arise. Once the applicant has received their certification, they may complete the grant application.

    Please take into account that you should request your accreditation at least 72 hours before the application deadline.




    The applications period will be open from May 29th to June 11th 2024, both included. Applicants will be able to make queries during the application submission period until the last day at 2:00 p.m.



    The Director of the Ramon Llull Institute will make a decision within a maximum period of six months from the date of the publication of the call.

    If the maximum period has elapsed without a final decision of the procedure being issued and notified, applicants may consider their applications rejected due to administrative silence.

    The decision does not exhaust the administrative process. An appeal can be filed with the head of the Department of Culture within one month from the date of publication.



      The application should be submitted through the virtual office.




      You may consult your file electronically through the virtual office.

      Additional documentation, where applicable, and supporting documentation may be submitted electronically through the virtual office.



      For any questions or concerns regarding applications, please contact:

      Laura Cánovas:


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