Institut Ramon LLull



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17 Fleet Street,
LONDON EC4Y 1AA, United Kingdom
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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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25/02/2020 Language

Warwick Translates Summer School

Are you practising professional or newcomer to the art of translation? Develop your translation skills under the guidance of top professionals
New York 
24/02/2020 Performing

Joan Vázquez, "Paquito Forever", a one-man cabaret show

"Paquito Forever" is a one-man show by Joan Vázquez, returning to the New York cabaret stage after his debut at Feinstein's/54 Below with his Sondheim show Something's Coming. The show is an intimate and personal account of the real-life adventures of Paquito (Paco) Alonso, a gay Catalonian growing up wanting to be a dancer in Franco's postwar Spain but grafting his way out to reach the bright lights of Broadway and beyond. 
New York 
21/02/2020 Music

Off the Record: Lee Ranaldo & Raül Refree

Off the Record is a new NeueHouse series that invites artists to share their inspiration behind and showcase new, developing, innovative works across genres. For this inaugural evening, we bring together musicians Lee Ranaldo (Sonic Youth) & Raül Refree (Producer of Rosalía’s Los Ángeles) for an evening of conversation and music exploring loose themes on their electrifying, experimental new album Names Of North End Women.
London / Cambridge 
21/02/2020 Cinema

A worm’s tail view is often the true one: a retrospective of films by Pere Portabella in London and Cambridge

The most ambitious, creative and complete international retrospective of works by Pere Portabella will tour London’s most engaged cultural institutions from 26 November 2019 to 15 February 2020. Programme supported by the Institut Ramon Llull, showing at Close-Up Film Centre, Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), Whitechapel Gallery, Brixton Prison, Cafe Oto, BFI Southbank, Low Company and University of Cambridge.
17/02/2020 Literature

"Why, Why, Why?" by Quim Monzó, translated by Peter Bush, featured on The New York Times shortlist

In the Catalan writer Quim Monzó’s version of classic fairy tales, a prince kisses a toad and is rewarded with the woman of his dreams. Then he wonders what to say. "Should he suggest they go straight to his place or will she take it the wrong way?”
UC Berkeley 
17/02/2020 Language

Catalan featured in The Languages of Berkeley: An Online Exhibition

This online library exhibition celebrates the magnificent diversity of languages that advance research, teaching, and learning at the University of California, Berkeley. It is the point of embarkation for an exciting sequential exhibit that will build on one post per week, showcasing an array of digitized works in the original language chosen by those who work with these languages on a daily basis — librarians, professors, lecturers, staff, and students. Many of these early-published works ...
17/02/2020 Literature

TRAC, the database of translations from Catalan, reaches 5,000 translations

TRAC stands for "traducccions del català a altres llengües" (translations from Catalan into other languages). It is made up of the databases of the Institució de les Lletres Catalanes and the Institut Ramon Llull, which is now responsible for managing and updating the database. Additionally, the TRAC has had new tools added recently, such as the translation map or the rankings for the most translated authors and books.
New York 
09/02/2020 Cinema

La propera pell by Isaki Lacuesta and Isa Campos, screening in New York City

A teenager who went missing and was presumed dead returns home after eight years to find a family deeply affected by his disappearance. Gradually, doubts arise about whether he really is the missing boy or an impostor.
New York 
09/02/2020 Music

Music by Catalan composer Marc Migó featured in a concert in New York

This concert will feature music by Washington Heights composers Paul Kirby and David Wolfson, as well as the World Premiere of Steve Cohen's Quintet written expressly for the Atlantic Chamber Players. Additional works by living legends, David Amram and Eric Ewazen, and delightful works by lesser-known composers, such as Barcelona born, New York based Marc Migó, are also on the program.
28/01/2020 Knowledge

New Residency at Faber Olot on LGTBIQ+

From February 3 to February 28, 2020
22/01/2020 Literature

Focus on Catalan Literature at Correntes Escritas, one of the most important literary festivals in Portugal.

Institut Ramon Llull is now working on the Catalan participation in the festival, which will hold its 21st edition from 15 to 23 Feruary.
20/01/2020 Knowledge

Jordi Casanovas, new resident at FABER Olot

Project at Faber —During my stay at Faber I will advance strength in the theatrical text Alguns dies d’ahir (Some days yesterday). It is a play that relates the experiences of a family (mother, father, daughter and son) of an average population of Catalonia during the months of October, November and December 2017 and the months of October and November 2019. Those months that were politically and socially so convulsed are the atmosphere that surrounds this family that sees ...
New York 
19/01/2020 Arts

The 4th Mediterranean Jazz Festival features Carola Ortiz and Manel Fortià

Escape the cold New York winter, let the artists take you on a journey and discover contemporary sounds from Athens, Beirut or Barcelona. Continuing to highlight a Mediterranean perspective on jazz, the Mediterranean Jazz Festival is back with its 4th edition, live at Drom on two nights, Saturday and Sunday, January 18th and 19th.
New York 
18/01/2020 Cinema

Bronko at Film Noir Cinema in Brooklyn, New York

Ascetic vision about a being who detests the dysfunctional social model that this society proposes and opts for the way of self-destruction. Loneliness, addiction, survival, human sacrifice and a strong ideological component, turn "Bronko" into the symbol of the new contemporary redeemer.
15/01/2020 Arts

National theatre La Filature in Mulhouse, France, dedicates the Vagamondes festival to Catalan creativity

Soon to mark its eighth edition, this festival is dedicating its 2020 event to different cultures from around the Mediterranean. From 14 to 25 January and in collaboration with the Institut Ramon Llull, it will celebrate Catalan creativity by offering nine shows that exhibit local contemporary artistic talent in all its glory.
12/01/2020 Knowledge

FABER Residency about Feminisms

From January 12 to 18, 2020, Faber Olot will be the third residence on the gender gap from a variety of international perspectives (Feminism III) 
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