The theme of the 2022 edition has been beauty. The nine conferences, all preceded by video art creations from the cycle Forest Matter IV, have been structured in three thematic blocks: Architecture Mondays, RCR La Vila Tuesdays and Art Wednesdays. They were given by Benedetta Tagliabue, Pau Sarquella and Carmen Torres, Palinda Kannangara, Eduardo Bonito and Isabel Ferreira, Laura Martínez de Guereñu, Marina Garcés, Fernando Moral, Jordi Balló and Lucia Tahan. As a novelty, two Chamber Sessions were shown as documentaries, and the presentation of Forest Matter IV at RCR La Vila in the Vall de Bianya was celebrated in a special event with a limited audience as a pilot test of an open-air activity of own production. The Hisao Suzuki Fund has been part of the Open Program with an exhibition at the Museu de la Garrotxa and a conference by Hisao Suzuki under the title Shadows and Light.
The theme of the 2021 edition was sharing. The nine conferences were given by Isabel Ferreira, Josep-Maria Mallarach, Jordi Pigem, Daniel Wahl, Zaida Muxí, Gustavo Utrabo, Hisao Suzuki, Carme Pinós and Izaskun Chinchilla, all preceded by video art creations from the Forest Matter III cycle.
As a novelty, there are three RCR conversations with lecturers in this edition.
The eleven conferences have been given by Eduardo Bonito, María Langarita, Fabrizio Barozzi, Ivan Pintor, Smiljan Radic, Hisao Suzuki, William JR Curtis, José Manuel Castanheira, Laia Torrents and Roger Aixut from CaboSanRoque, Maria Muñoz and Pep Ramis from MalPelo and Pep Gatell from La Fura dels Baus, all preceded by video art creations from the Materia Bosc II cycle. In addition, you can see images and reflections of William JR Curtis in the Teatime with Champagne series.
The theme of the 2019 edition was movement, celebrating the I International Dance Workshop. The ten conferences have been given by Jaume Mayol, Josep-Maria Mallarach, Ferran Adrià, Sara de Giles, Bibiana Puigdefàbregas, Benoît Decron, Ivan Pintor, Hisao Suzuki, Eduardo Bonito and Smiljan Radić, all preceded by video art creations from the Forest Matter cycle.
The theme of the 2018 edition has continued to be the void. The seven conferences were given by Paco Azorín, Josep Maria Mallarach, Hisao Suzuki, Ivan Pintor Iranzo, Pep Ramis and María Muñoz, Shigeru Ban and Xavier Ros Majó.
The theme of the 2017 edition was the void. The nine conferences have been given by Carlos Ferrater, Jordi Badia, Carlos Kasner, Josep-Maria Mallarach, Hisao Suzuki, Paco Azorín, Àngels Margarit, Richard Levene and Efrén García Grinda & Cristina Díaz Moreno. It is the first edition held in the courtyard of the Hospice due to the increasing capacity, after 5 years of programming in the nave of the Barberí Space. The program has been complemented by the exhibition The Workshop of Dreams at the Hospice.
The seven conferences were given by Juan Carlos Sancho and Sol Madridejos, Eduardo Souto de Moura, Hisao Suzuki, Ángels Margarit, Alfons Flores, José Luis Raymond and Enric Batlle.
It is the first edition where scenography is incorporated during the I International Workshop of Scenography. In honour of this addition, the exhibition Transit through Contemporary Spanish Scenography complements the program.
The six conferences were given by Ángela García de Paredes & Ignacio Pedrosa, Antoni Blázquez, Hisao Suzuki, Anna & Eugeni Bach, Pedro Gadanho and Josep Maria Montaner.
The program is complemented by the exhibition Carles Martí Arís. Traces.
The six conferences have been given by José Selgas & Lucía Cano, Antoni Blázquez, Josep Bohigas, Hisao Suzuki, Josep Maria Montaner and Bijoy Jain.
The four conferences were given by Joan Nogué, Ramon Bosch & Bet Capdeferro, Josep Maria Montaner and Ryue Nishizawa.
The program is complemented by the In Spiral activity and a performance by guest artist Daniel Terzano and the RCR Landscapes exhibition with photographs by Emiliano Roia.
The four conferences were given by Iñaki Alday & Margarita Jover, Josep Maria Montaner, Miquel Rodríguez and Fuensanta Nieto & Enrique Sobejano. There is no joint poster but one for each speaker.
The activity Cartography of a Party by guest artist Daniel Terzano complements the program.