Currently, we are accepting submissions for late 2015-2016 programming. Exhibitions will be seven weeks in length and open on the first Thursdays of February, April, June, August, October and December each year.
The deadline for submissions is: 4:00 pm on Friday, October 10, 2014
Call for Artists: Maisons Daura International Art Residency – France
Application Deadline: August 15, 2014
The Maisons Daura are an international laboratory for creation in all disciplines. Artists coming from all over the world, find a place of life and research, during two periods of residences every year. In spring (3 months) they produce artworks for the Contemporary Art Circuit in the Lot Valley; in Autumn (7 weeks), they develop a research without constraint of production.
11 Bis Rue Curial, F-75019 Paris, France
Duration: Residencies are for 1 to 10 months.
Disciplines: Architecture, Curating/Research, Dance, Drawing & Painting, Film, Graphic Design, Literature, Media Art, Multi Media, Music, Photography, Printmaking, Theatre
Invitations for a residency at 104 are based on the following principles: artists are hosted from the very beginning of conception of their projects (repeats and revivals are therefore not admissible), the process is composed of 3 phases: research, experimentation and production. The project involves sharing the creative process with the widest possible public.
Accommodation Information: Accommodation is rarely on site, but usually in an apartment close by and is paid by host. The teams chosen will be provided with: a monthly grant of a minimum sum of 1500 Euro per person (maximum two people per project), for non-Parisian grant holders, accommodation.
Deadline: A new call for projects will be on line in the spring of 2010.
Atelier de la Rose is small. That means it is able to offer a personal and flexible service that is unique. There are no fixed dates for residencies, no deadlines, and the studio can be booked for one to six weeks. This is not an establishment that is run by managers or an impersonal organisation or committee. The owner lives on site and has had a long involvement with the visual arts. She has 2 degrees in art and design history and was married to the artist and lecturer, Ed Herring, until his untimely death in 2003. Her understanding of how artists work makes the place special. Of course the facilities, situated in a medieval hilltop village in southwest France, are the additional attractions!