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Grants awarded for the translation and/or adaptation of dramatic texts, librettos, choral repertoire and scenic productions

Summary of the rules governing the public call to award grants published in the DOGC on 22.05.2020.

This document is merely informative. Applicants must check the rules and resolution for the call.

Introduction

PURPOSE

The purpose of these guidelines is to govern the awarding of grants for the translation and/or adaptation of dramatic texts, librettos, choral repertoires as well as scenic and opera productions (hereafter, scenic productions) provided that they fulfill the following requirements:

For dramatic texts, librettos and choral repertoire:

  • The original language must be Catalan or Occitan in its Aranese variant
  • The original text must have been already released, published or awarded within  a professional context the last three years.
  • The original text must have been translated and/or adapted within the open call’s calender year

For scenic productions:

  • The original text must have been written –totally or partially- in Spanish, Catalan or Occitan in its Aranese variant.
  • The original text must have been translated and/or adapted within the open call’s calender year

This call for grant proposals does not cover:

  • Translations and/or adaptations of dramatic texts, librettos, choral repertoires and scenic productions into Catalan, Spanish and Occitan in its Aranese variation.
  • The publication  of dramatic texts, librettos and choral repertoires

GRANTEES

Individuals, self-employed individuals and legal entities that meet the requirements laid out in these rules are eligible for these grants.

APPLICATIONS

Only one application for each dramatic text, libretto, choral repertoires as well as scenic production may be submitted regardless of the number of translations and/or adaptations for which the grant has been requested.

The amount awarded to each grant application can be up to 100% of the eligible expenditures established in regulation 5, up to 4.500 euros for each application. The maximum eligible amount to each application is of 4.500 euros, as well.

ELIGIBLE EXPENSES

These are solely and exclusively those corresponding to translation and/or adaptation of dramatic texts, librettos, choral repertoires as well as scenic productions.

SUBMITTING APPLICATIONS

a) For Spanish applicants:

  • Individuals and self-employed individuals, preferably online using the Institut Ramon Llull online system.
  • During this period, individuals interested in submitting paper documents must send an email with a PDF of the documents and a PDF copy of their DNI to registre@llull.cat. After the documents have been received, they will get confirmation by email that the documents have been submitted.
  • Legal entities, only online using the Institut Ramon Llull online system.

b) For foreign applicants:

Spanish residents:

  • Individuals and self-employed individuals, preferably online using the Institut Ramon Llull online system.
  • Legal entities, only online using the Institut Ramon Llull online system.

Non-resident foreign applicants that submit applications online must identify themselves on the online system with a username and password. Institut Ramon Llull shall securely provide a username and password to anyone interested after verifying their identity. After receiving these credentials, individuals may submit their grant application.

If necessary, take into account the deadline when requesting credentials.

VIEWING AND SUBMITTING DOCUMENTS

Files may be consulted at the virtual office.

CONTACT

If you have any doubts about your application, contact:

Esther Criado Valladares ecriado@llull.cat

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