News about the Basque language, culture and contemporary creation.
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Neomak, Airu and Kulto Kultibo selected for AIEnRuta 2023
The Basque groups Neomak, Airu and Kulto Kultibo have been selected for the AIEnRuta circuit and will perform several concerts throughout the first half of 2023.
The registration period is now open for Euskaraldia
The new edition of Euskaraldia is just around the corner, held this year from 18 November to 2 December 2022.
The Alan R. King Chair kicks off with an educational day on changing language habits
Part of the Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies (CAWCS), the Chair focuses on research and academic collaboration in Basque and Welsh sociolinguistics, language planning and language policy.
2022 Euskadi Literature Prizes to Uxue Apaolaza, Leire Bilbao and Maite Mutuberria
They will be awarded Euskadi Literature prizes in the categories of Literature in Euskera, Young People´s Literature in Euskera and Illustration of Literary Works.
Excellent reception of the Basque creators cultural programme in Montreal
The public, artistic creators and academics from Montreal universities have had the chance to enjoy Basque film, dance and language through various presentations and screenings.
McGill University´s Elbira Zipitria Chair kicks off with an educational day on language planning, teaching and usage
The chair focuses on social and cultural innovation, and its contribution to language.
Malandain Ballet kicks off the Quartiers Danses festival in Montreal
The acclaimed Malandain Ballet de Biarritz opened the Montreal Quartiers Danses Festival last night with ´La Pastorale´. The event took place at Théâtre Maisonneuve, the city´s main cultural venue, in front of 1,300 people.
Basque culture comes to Montreal this autumn in the final push of Saison Québec - Pays Basque
Between September and December, several festivals will focus on Basque culture as part of the cultural exchange programme organised by the Etxepare Basque Institute.
São Paulo Biennial 2023 curators learn about Basque art through the ZABAL programme
Next year will mark the 35th edition of the São Paulo Biennial and the curators are now visiting the Basque Country within the scope of the ZABAL programme to learn about Basque art and artistic creation first-hand.