The CALQ announces two new artistic residencies in France
The CALQ’s international creation studio offer is expanding again!
Beginning this fall, a residency around themes of digital technology will welcome a curator or artist in digital arts. This two-month residency for research and reflection will take place in Marseille, France at CHRONIQUES This link will open in a new window, an umbrella entity for the organizations SECONDE NATURE and ZINC and organizer of the Biennale des imaginaires numériques.
Artists and curators have until April 13 to apply This link will open in a new window.
Visual artists will have a chance to spend two months in newly inaugurated studios at the Cité internationale de la langue française This link will open in a new window, located in the historic Château de Villers-Cotterêts, in Aisne, France.
The artist in residence at the Cité internationale de la langue française will be encouraged to explore different ways of shaping the French language through the prism of artistic practices in the visual arts. The application This link will open in a new windowdeadline is April 13.
The CALQ offers Québec artists and writers facilities in vibrant cultural capitals in 23 countries. A call for applications is under way this winter for fall departures for several studio-apartments.
Until March 16
Two- or three-month residency for a Québec artist in Charleroi, Belgium, at BPS22, in spring 2023.
Residency for Québec visual arts and digital arts curators and visual artists in Brooklyn, New York, with a grant of $11,500.
Four-month residency at the Finnish Artists’ Studio Foundation in Espoo, Finland, with a grant of $12,000.
- Upper Austria
Two-month residency for a visual or digital artist in one of the nine studios in the international artists’ residence in Ville de Linz, Upper Austria.
Two-month residency in Nantes, France, for an artist with at least two years of artistic practice, with a grant of $6000.
- Villeneuve lez Avignon
Two-month residency for a playwright at Chartreuse, Villeneuve lez Avignon, France, with a grant of $5500.
Until April 13
Two-month residency in Marseille, France around themes of digital technology for a Québec curator or artist in the digital arts, with a grant of $8000.
Six-month residency program in Montréal exclusively for Québec artists who live outside the city.
A visual artist could spend a two-month residency in Villers-Cotterêts, France, at the brand new Cité internationale de la langue française.
Six-month residency in Berlin, Germany, at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, for artists with over ten years of artistic practice.
Five-month residency in London for artists with over ten years of artistic practice.
- New York
Six-month residency in New York for artists with over ten years of artistic practice.
Six-month residency in Paris for artists with over ten years of artistic practice.
Six-month residency in Rome for artists with over ten years of artistic practice.
A network of residencies around the world
A wide network of studios, exchanges, and studio-apartments on four continents offers creators from every discipline some 40 possibilities of residencies to stimulate their professional practice, including in New York, Taiwan, Buenos Aires, Paris, Rome, Berlin, London, and Tokyo.
The CALQ’s residencies program is for professional artists and writers seeking regeneration and exploration, who want to immerse themselves in other cultures or have access to internationally renowned facilities to conduct research and seek out new avenues for creation.
Since the inauguration of the Studio du Québec in Paris in 1965, this program has made it possible to increase exchanges with many international partners and contribute to the career development of many creators.