Institut Ramon LLull

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Institut Ramon Llull is a consortium comprising the Government of Catalonia, the Government of the Balearic Islands, and the Barcelona City Council. Its mission is the support and promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad, in all its forms and means of expression.
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26/07/2021 Literature

The Institut Ramon Lull organizes a new mission of international publishers in the framework of Catalan Book Week 2021

For the fifth year in a row, Making Catalan Literature Travel for International Publishers and Agents will be held within the framework of The Catalan Book Week 2021. With this mission, this year 14 professionals from Germany, Iran, Russia, Turkey, Italy, Argelia, Lebanon, Brazil and Serbia will meet with around thirty Catalan publishers and agencies who will present their most important titles and attend several sessions to deepen the knowledge of Catalan literary fiction, illustration and the ...
 /  New York 
21/07/2021 Performing

Two Catalan shorts featured in the 40th Annual Battery Dance Festival’s Young Voices in Dance program

40th Annual Battery Dance Festival features 56 performances, 32 premieres, and 14 countries. Free virtual performances will be available online on YouTube from August 12-14, 7-8pm EDT. Free in-person & liestreamed performances will take place from August 15-20, 7-9pm EDT at Robert F. Wagner Park in New York and livestreamed on YouTube. 
 /  OLOT 
20/07/2021 Arts

Open Call for Hivernem project, in collaboration with FiraTàrrega

FiraTàrrega and the Ramon Llull Institute are publishing a call addressed to creators who, on an individual basis, wish to present a research proposal for the writing of an artistic creation linked to performing arts and the public space.The goal of this programme is to contribute to the development of writing processes in the best conditions, through research, knowledge sharing and mentoring from experts selected to ensure the excellence of the writing, investigation and creation.
20/07/2021 Arts

Ars Electronica Garden Barcelona 2021 gets engines fired up

For the second year running, the Institut Ramon Llull is promoting Barcelona as one of the stand-out locations for the well-known electronic music festival
20/07/2021 Arts

Bernat Vivancos and Núria Rial to appear at the Internationale Fredener Musiktage

The Freden International Music Festival (Internationale Fredener Musiktage) takes place annually in the city of Freden in Lower Saxony, Germany over nine days and it is one of the most well-known festivals in Germany and beyond. This year's programme includes “Duo Seraphim”, a piece composed by the Catalan composer Bernat Vivancos especially for the occasion and performed by the Catalan soprano Núria Rial and Miriam Feuersinger from Austria.
20/07/2021 Arts

Oriol Fontdevila and Lara Fluxà's project will represent catalan culture at the Venice Biennale Arte 2022

Catalonia will take part in the 59th International Art Festival in Venice as part of the Eventi Collaterali programme with a project commissioned by Oriol Fontdevila, which will be called Llim (Silt), with artwork from the artist Lara Fluxà. The Catalan exhibition at La Biennale di Venezia, opening on 23rd April 2022, is produced by the Institut Ramon Llull.
19/07/2021 Language

The Institut Ramon Llull is holding the 35th International Catalan Teachers’ Conference between 19th and 22nd July

For the second year running, the Conference, which was to be held at the University of València, will take place online.
14/07/2021 Arts

Maria Lladó, New Head of the Arts Department at Institut Ramon Llull

Maria Lladó Ribot (Palma, 1976) Graduate on Humanities studies, Performing Arts and Music Sciences Management. Lladó was the music delegate at the BalearicIslands local Government during the period 2000-2004. She has also developed her professional experience in public institutional music policies focussed at programmes for international promotion of Catalan Culture and music advisor of music festivals as Mercat de Música Viva de Vic or Grec Festival. Since 2003, she has ...
 /  Faber, Olot 
14/07/2021 Knowledge

Faberllull is launching a new call for applications for professionals

Faberllull is a network of residences of arts, sciences and humanities located in the cites of Olot (Catalonia) and La Massana (Andorra) managed by the Institut Ramon Llull in collaboration with Olot's town council and the Governement of Andorra. It is a place for professionals from the Arts, Sciences or Humanities fields (writers, translators, artists of diverse disciplines, scholars and scientists and so on) come to work on their personal projects for a time.
12/07/2021 Cinema

Cambridge Film Festival’s “Rewind” season announces July screenings of Catalan productions

To celebrate its 40th edition, the Cambridge Film Festival has organised “Rewind”, a monthly selection of great films screened throughout its history. The “Rewind” season continues in July with a Catalan theme that includes Black Bread, a must-see film that was Spain’s 2012 Oscar contender.
07/07/2021 Literature

The British Centre for Literary Translation and the Institut Ramon Llull are organising an advanced course in Catalan-English literary translation

The online course is aimed at literary translators from Catalan into English who have already published at least one translation of a work of Catalan literature and who wish to broaden their skills as translators. The course will be directed by translator Peter Bush in collaboration with editor Sophie Lewis, and will run for three days, from Tuesday 9 to Thursday 11 November 2021.
06/07/2021 Performing

Marcos Morau, Aina Alegre, Victoria Szpunberg and Helena Tornero at the Festival d'Avignon

Dance and theatre made in Catalonia are coming to the Festival d'Avignon, one of the most important international contemporary performing arts events. Among the fifty or so performances at the festival, Marcos Morau and Aina Alegre are separately presenting two vibrant dance pieces inspired by Iberian folklore. And as part of the theatre programme, the 48 Rencobtres d’été and the 5th Forum de Nouvelles Écritures Dramatiques Européennes –both events at ...
30/06/2021 Arts

Francesc Serés, new director of the Institut Ramon Llull

The Llull Governing Board, held today, Wednesday June 30, 2021, has appointed Francesc Serés as the new director of the Institut Ramon Llull. The writer will replace Iolanda Batallé, who has held the position since September 2018.
22/06/2021 Literature

The Catalan publishing sector at London Book Fair 2021

The London Book Fair, one of the most prestigious book fairs on the international publishing scene, is being held this year in virtual format, from 21 June to 1 July. The Catalan Institute for Cultural Companies and the Institut Ramon Llull are organising various activities at the fair to promote Catalan literature and internationalisation of the publishing sector.
22/06/2021 Culture

The Ramon Llull Foundation Awards are back, postponed last year due to COVID-19

The Ramon Llull Foundation Board met virtually on Thursday 17th June. At the meeting, the accounts from 2020 and the 2021 budget were approved, it was agreed that the Ramon Llull Foundation Awards shall return for 2021 and the Institut Ramon Llull's lines of approach were presented. Vicenç Villatoro, the Foundation's director since 2011, has resigned from the role for personal reasons.
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