Welcome to Faberllull

Faberllull is a network of residences of arts, sciences and humanities located in the cites of Olot (Catalonia), La Massana (Andorra) and Palma de Mallorca ( Balearic Islands) managed by the Institut Ramon Llull in collaboration with Olot's town council, the Governement of Andorra, the Governement of Balearic Islands, and Palma's town council

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. That is why Faberllull offers:

On the one hand, thematic residences programmed throughout year, in which professionals from the Arts, Sciences or Humanities fields can come to work and share experiences with other residents for a few days. During their stay, the residents will collaborate in different kinds of activities addressed to students, professionals or general public. The activities will be carried out in accordance with a project, taking into account previous demands and necessities. We provide a space for stay, to work and exchange. We are very respectful of each resident’s time and project process. Even so, it is not a place of retreat where to isolate oneself from others; we want residents to be able to learn from each other and to have exchanges during return activities as well. The profile of residents that we are looking for is of people who need a space and time for productive work, people who want to share their project with other residents and create a friendly and supportive community.

On the other hand, individual residencies that all professionals from the Arts, Sciences or Humanities fields can apply for coming to work on their professional projects for a few days.

People who is interested in some of these residencies can read more about this on Candidates.

Faberllull is a partner of Resartis, a Worldwide Network of Arts Residencies, whose objective is to support and connect residencies, engage and advocate the importance of residencies in today’s society, and provide recommendations towards cultural mobility research and policy.

Olot

Individual and thematic residences in Olot, Garrotxa

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Andorra

Individual residences in La Massana, Andorra

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Palma

Residencies in Palma

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Catalan-German Tranlation

Catalan-German Tranlation

2022/23

Catalan-German Tranlation

2022/23
The purple meridians

The purple meridians

2021/2022

The purple meridians

2021/2022
Let's consider borderlands

Let's consider borderlands

2021/2022

Let's consider borderlands

2021/2022
Screenwriting for fictional feature films

Screenwriting for fictional feature films

2021/2022

Screenwriting for fictional feature films

2021/2022
 Educational programming and robotics V

Educational programming and robotics V

2021/2022

Educational programming and robotics V

2021/2022
Creative artists. International residential courses and mentoring in Ireland

Creative artists. International residential courses and mentoring in Ireland

2021/2022

Creative artists. International residential courses and mentoring in Ireland

2021/2022
Feeling-thinking to weave global justice 

Feeling-thinking to weave global justice 

2021/2022

Feeling-thinking to weave global justice 

2021/2022
Andorra open call 2023

Andorra open call 2023

2022/23

Andorra open call 2023

2022/23
Adrián Almazán Gómez

Adrián Almazán Gómez

2021/2022

Adrián Almazán Gómez

2021/2022
George Belliveau

George Belliveau

2021/2022

George Belliveau

2021/2022
Ange Fitzgerald

Ange Fitzgerald

2021/2022

Ange Fitzgerald

2021/2022
Magdalena Szwarek

Magdalena Szwarek

2021/2022

Magdalena Szwarek

2021/2022
Rolando E. Vásquez

Rolando E. Vásquez

2021/2022

Rolando E. Vásquez

2021/2022
Serge Bulat

Serge Bulat

2021/2022

Serge Bulat

2021/2022
Colby Theriault Smith

Colby Theriault Smith

2021/2022

Colby Theriault Smith

2021/2022
Ferran Orobitg Anglarill

Ferran Orobitg Anglarill

2021/2022

Ferran Orobitg Anglarill

2021/2022

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We offer you the possibility to come and work for a few days on your personal project and, in case you come to a themed stay, exchange experiences with other residents

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Faberllull Network

44

theme residences

113

individual residencess

3

branches

668

residents

Opinions

What residents are saying about us

NAIARA ESCABIAS OFERIL

Photographer, artist and yoga instructor

NAIARA ESCABIAS OFERIL

Time is running out in Faberllull Olot When I land at the Hotel Riu, where the Faber Olot residence is, I am fascinated, that hall ... A marvel to photograph! I met Pepa and Gavina, who gave me a warm welcome. After a first tour of the hotel, we went ...

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ELENA SANTIAGO GARCÍA

Actress, playwright

ELENA SANTIAGO GARCÍA

Enjoy writing in Olot I was able to enjoy being an individual resident in Faberllull Olot in 2022 and it has been a very enriching experience. It is a beautiful place, in the middle of a natural environment perfect for going for a walk and enjoying ...

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MARÍA ALONSO SEISDEDOS

Translator

MARÍA ALONSO SEISDEDOS

Translating poetry in a shared space and timeDarrera cada portahi ha gent que agita cascavellsran mateix del fondal temptadorde les paraules.Miquel Marti i Pol: Vint-i-set poemes en tres temps, Edicions 62, 1972.I remembered it ...

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LEIRE MARTINEZ DE MARIGORTA VARELA

Translator and teacher

LEIRE MARTINEZ DE MARIGORTA VARELA

A lonely profession and an opportunity to network Thanks to my experience at Faberllull Olot, I could dedicate the time I needed to define and visualize my translation project, but also we had the chance to network among translators, and in that ...

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DOVILE KUZMINSKAITE

Assistant Professor and Researcher at Vilnius University

DOVILE KUZMINSKAITE

The Project The MotheNet Project offers deeper analysis and understanding of motherhood involving interdisciplinary approaches from humanities, social sciences, and medicine. The project tries to answer some crucial questions, in particular “What ...

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VALERIE HEFFERNAN

Professor of Literary and Cultural Studies

VALERIE HEFFERNAN

The Project The MotheNet Project offers deeper analysis and understanding of motherhood involving interdisciplinary approaches from humanities, social sciences, and medicine. The project tries to answer some crucial questions, in particular “What ...

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