Multidisciplinary Residency: Revisiting the Roaring Twenties (France)

Applied ICDMultidisciplinary Residency Program. Theme: Revisiting the Roaring Twenties: Art, Culture and the Ecole de Paris, Paris, France. Deadline: 15 September 2019.

The year 2020 marks the 100th Anniversary of the prolific period of intercultural artistic exchange during the 1920s. To commemorate its legacy, in January 2020 L’AiR Arts at FIAP Paris is pleased to offer a multidisciplinary residency for artists and cultural professionals dedicated to the celebration of intercultural exchange through the arts and the realization of a series of open and inclusive cultural events, including open studios, talks and showcases – each built on the generosity of the Paris based artists and cultural professionals and the curiosity and solidarity of international arts community.

This residency is open to artists working in all art disciplines (visual arts, music, dance, theatre, and literature), as well as cultural professionals interested in local initiatives with international impact. Three-week residency for artists: January 10-31, 2020. One-week residency for cultural professionals: January 24-31, 2020.

NOTE: there are several other types of residencies as well, having different deadlines and dates. 

Artist Residency (France)

Applied ICDArt Research Residency, L’AiR Arts programs, October 8 – 22, 2019, Paris, France. Deadline: May 8, 2019.

As part of the L’AiR Arts programs,​ the Art Research Residency is designed to encourage artistic encounters and foster cultural exchanges for artists from all over the world.  The program enables participants to evaluate their place as an international artist in Paris and situate their artistic exploration and practice within both the historical and contemporary context.

Located in Montparnasse, the host partner, FIAP Paris, provides a welcoming and  inclusive atmosphere with rooms and spaces designed for your comfort. As an International Exchange Centre, it fosters initiatives which contribute to the promotion of a global citizenship.

NOTE: there are several other types of residencies as well, having different deadlines and dates. The upcoming multidisciplinary residency in January-February 2020, will be dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of the inter-war period of Ecole de Paris and its historical legacy. The goals of this residency is not only to highlight the important role that international artists have played in Paris during the 20th Century interwar period, but also to support international dialogue towards an open and free society of today. And sometimes art professors, historians, or curators are included in these residencies, not only practicing artists.