Institut Ramon LLull

Marc Dueñas
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17 Fleet Street,
LONDON EC4Y 1AA, United Kingdom
Tel. +44 (0) 207 842 0852

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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 /  Toronto 
24/09/2021 Literature

The 42nd Toronto International Festival of Authors features Eva Baltasar in conversation with Fernanda Trías

Two of the world’s most buzzworthy writers come together to discuss their first books to be translated into English, with interviewer Martha Batiz. Eva Baltasar, the #1 Catalan bestseller, introduces us to a bold lesbian narrator in Permafrost (translated to English by Julia Sanches), whose need for change sparks a journey across western Europe, dotted with lively inhibitions and hilarious observations. 
 /  London 
22/09/2021 Cinema

Brand new Catalan films at the London Spanish Film Festival 2021

The 17th London Spanish Film Festival features an exciting selection of four films produced in Catalonia, offering British audiences a unique opportunity to discover its current creative effervescence.
 /  Washington DC 
21/09/2021 Literature

Roser Capdevila in A Window to Europe: Through Literature and Art

Plain Sight DC and the EU National Institutes of Culture in Washington, DC (EUNIC) are proud to present A Window to Europe: Through Literature and Art, a series of short exhibitions featuring eleven visual artists from the Washington, DC region who will create work in response to eleven books by European writers, as part of the 2021 Europe Readr project. This exhibition series is presented in partnership with the EUNIC Global and the Delegation of the European Union to the United States.
 /  New York 
16/09/2021 Performing

Playing Together: Catalonia at HB Studio returns with two more theater productions

HB Studio patners with Institut Ramon Llull to present Playing Together: Catalonia at HB Studio, a special showcase of select Catalan plays, with English subtitles, followed by in-depth discussions with the artists about their work and creative process. The program, hosted by HB Studio, kicked off in May with A.K.A. (ALSO KNOWN AS) by playwright Daniel J. Meyer. The series then featured MIVION (RADIO SARAJEVO) by documentary theater company La Conquesta del Pol Sud in July. Closing out the series ...
 /  New York 
16/09/2021 Arts

Visual artist Ester Partegàs exhibits in New York

Essex Flowers is pleased to present Guardian, a two-person exhibition featuring Ester Partegàs and Claire Watson. Both artists create composite structures, joining and mending fragmentary materials to twist and refresh our perceptions of familiar objects. There is an aspect of care or maintenance; the artists pull apart seams, suturing and reconstituting these elements to form uncanny embodied wall works and sculptures imbued with presence. Their work brings into question the life of ...
 /  USA 
15/09/2021 Literature

2022 ALTA Emerging Translator Mentorship Program Open for Submissions

The ALTA Emerging Translator Mentorship Program is designed to establish and facilitate a close working relationship between an experienced translator and an emerging translator on a project selected by the emerging translator. The mentorship duration is nine months. The emerging translator is expected to choose a project that can be completed in that time, and they will only be advised on that particular project. ALTA’s Emerging Translator Mentorship Program was founded by former ALTA board ...
 /  Jersey City 
15/09/2021 Performing

JCTC's 3rd Annual Voices International Theatre Festival features 'Bogumer' by Verónica Cendoya

The Jersey City Theater Center (JCTC) presents the 3rd annual Voices International Theatre Festival, a three-week festival mixing both virtual and in-person events in venues throughout Jersey City, from Sunday, September 26 to Sunday, October 17. While welcoming companies from many parts of the world, including the former Soviet Union, Africa, Europe and the Middle East, Voices puts special emphasis on engaging local artists and groups, especially those creating contemporary or traditional ...
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 /  BARCELONA 
08/09/2021 Arts
 /  Montréal 
07/09/2021 Literature

Catalan literature returns to FIL Montréal

One of North America's largest festivals, FIL Montréal merges various artistic disciplines, including music, film, and theater. With support from Institut Ramon Llull, the festival will feature a conversation between one of the most established Catalan authors, Jaume Cabré, and the renown French-Canadian writer Marie-Claire Blais. The event will be moderated by Stanley Péan.
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 /  SAO PAULO 
01/09/2021 Arts

Roger Bernat will take part in the Bienal de São Paulo 2021

Catalan artist Roger Bernat has been chosen to take part in the Bienal de São Paulo 2021 with the project “Pim Pam”. His participation will allow a discussion about his work with internationally renowned artists and it is a unique opportunity to stimulate and reaffirm links between the Catalan artistic scene and the international scene. The collaboration is facilitated by way of an agreement between the Institut Ramon Llull and the Bienal de São Paulo.
 /  Tucson, AZ 
19/08/2021 Performing

BEFORE THE GERMAN’S HERE by Marta Barceló, translated from Catalan by Hillary Gardner, winner of the Play in Translation Contest

The American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) teams up with The Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre for the second year for a play in translation at the upcoming ALTA conference. The winner of the Play in Translation Contest, which will be staged on November 12, is BEFORE THE GERMAN’S HERE by Catalan playwright Marta Barceló, translated from Catalan by Hillary J. Gardner
 /  New York 
19/08/2021 Language

Distinguished translator of Catalan contemporary theater Marion Peter Holt dies

In June, 2010, Marion Peter Holt's translation of Sergi Belbel’s BLOOD had its Australian premiere at TheatreWorks-Melbourne. His other translations include, among many other plays, Belbel’s OFFSIDE and Guillem Clua’s acclaimed MARBURG, which was the featured play in the spring 2011 issue of TheatreForum. His published BENET I JORNET: TWO PLAYS (FLEETING AND STAGES) and BARCELONA PLAYS, a co-edited collection in which his translations of Benet i Jornet’s SALAMANDER and ...
 /  Montreal 
13/08/2021 Performing

Magda Puig's Plácido Mo debtuts in Montreal

Plácido Mo is an itinerary through the city guided by someone’s voice, someone who has lived in its streets. Spectators stop at invisible places, spots without History, but full of untold life. Re-visit. Re-see. Re-focus. Re-build. Throughout the itinerary, small triggers bring to life these invisible stories. Plácido Mo is an urban documentary which combines performances with artistic interventions in public spaces.
 /  New York 
03/08/2021 Language

Dr James Hawkey of the University of Bristol to teach a seminar in Catalan Sociolinguistics at the Graduate Center - CUNY

The Mercè Rodoreda Chair in Catalan Studies is part of the Ph.D. Program in Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures at the Graduate Center - CUNY. Created in 2003 and funded by Institut Ramon Llull, each semester the Mercè Rodoreda Chair offers a course in Catalan literature and culture, and a course in Catalan sociolinguistics, alternatively. 
 /  New York 
03/08/2021 Literature

Eva Baltasar to take part in the Brooklyn Book Festival 2021

This year’s Main Festival Day and Literary Marketplace, Sunday October 3, will take place in person in Downtown Brooklyn as well as virtually. Proof of vaccination and masks are required for adults and kids ages 12+ at all indoor and outdoor author programs. Masks are required at signing lines. At live BKBF Children’s Day, Saturday, October 2, families will enjoy a full day of readings, workshops, performances, book signings, yoga, and art projects with favorite authors and ...
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 /  BARCELONA 
26/07/2021 Literature

The Institut Ramon Llull will welcome a delegation of international editors as part of Catalan Book Week 2021

For a fifth year, Making Catalan Literature Travel for Internacional Publishers and Agents will take place as part of Catalan Book Week. This year, a delegation of 14 editors from Germany, Iran, Russia, Turkey, Italy, Algeria, Lebanon, Brazil and Serbia will meet with around thirty Catalan publishing houses and agencies, who will present their biggest titles, and they will attend various sessions to deepen their knowledge of literary fiction, illustration and the Catalan publishing sector.As ...
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