Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris

Applications close: 15 January 2019, Midnight AEDT

Location: Paris, France

Art form: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts, Community Arts and Cultural Development, Dance, Emerging and Experimental Arts, Literature, Music, Theatre, Visual Arts

Length of residency: 3 months

Dates: 9 September - 2 December 2019

           9 December 2019 - 2 March 2020

           9 March - 2 June 2020 

           8 June - 31 August 2020

Grant amount: $10,000

Website:  Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris 

Information Pack: learn more about the studio, accommodation, local area, and travel arrangements by downloading the information pack.

Guidelines: read the guidelines for information on assessment criteria, the selection process, support material, and how to submit an Expression of Interest.

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About the Cité

Since its opening in 1965, the Cité Internationale des Arts has accommodated more than 18,000 artists from around the world. The Cité provides studio space to professional artists wishing to develop their practice in France. Across two buildings, the Cité houses a culturally diverse selection of artists from up to 50 countries in its 324 studios each year. 

Residency Opportunity

The complex includes facilities for musicians and performers, a print workshop and limited access to basic tools, such as hammers, saws, drills, drawing desk etc. Residents may practise their artistic discipline and develop their creative techniques for the duration of their stay at the Cité. The diverse range of artists in residence at any one time allows for rich artistic conversations and potential for collaborations. The Cité has a vast network of contacts in Paris and wider France, and is able to assist artists in developing their networks in France. The complex also houses an exhibition space where artists can display their works and an auditorium where they can perform concerts. The Cité organises a program of open studios throughout the year. Artists are also able to organise their own open studio.


Accommodation and workspace

The studio is approximately 40 sqm, comprising one large room off an entry, with a partitioned sleeping area, and a small kitchen and bathroom. The furniture is fairly basic; with a bed, bookcase, small table, chairs and a dresser. A larger table and easel may also be requested if necessary. A television is located in a communal lounge. The studio is suitable for a single artist or couple, but there is not the space to accommodate children. 

The Cité is centrally located on the rue Hotel de Ville, which runs beside the Seine, approximately four blocks from the Centre Pompidou, the Louvre and the Picasso Museum. There are four gallery districts in Paris, all within walking distance of the Cité. Close by is Le Marais, an area with many museums, commercial galleries, cheap restaurants and coffee shops. The Cité is across the Seine from the Ile de Cité, which is the oldest part of Paris. The nearest metro stops are Pont Marie and St Paul.

Access and Inclusion

The Cité Internationale des Arts studios are not wheelchair accessible. Additional access requirements during a residency may be accommodated upon request. 


Contact

Please contact Owen Leong on +61 2 9215 9077 or email o.leong@australiacouncil.gov.au.


Residents

2018-2019

  • Willurai Kirkbright
  • Sarah Rodigari
  • Angela Goh
  • Julia Drouhin

2017-2018

  • Mohini Chandra
  • Melissa Ashley
  • Nicola Gunn
  • Rachel Arianne Ogle

Click on the ‘Apply Online Now’ button. Expressions of Interest must be submitted via the Australia Council’s online system. To apply in the online system, please click on ‘Grants & Grant Reporting’ and choose ‘Grant Applications – Apply for a grant’. Then click ‘Start a new grant application’ and select ‘Residencies’.

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Keesing, Paris

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Art form: Visual arts

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Nashville Songwriters' Residency, USA 

Art form: Music



Upcoming Residencies

The following residencies will be offered at a later date:

  • Institute for Provocation, Beijing
  • Kluge Ruhe Collection and Museum, Virginia
  • Kyoto Arts Center


Contact Details

Contact: Owen Leong

PH: +61 2 9215 9077

E: o.leong@australiacouncil.gov.au 

Apply online now

Click on the ‘Apply Online Now’ button. Expressions of Interest must be submitted via the Australia Council’s online system. To apply in the online system, please click on ‘Grants & Grant Reporting’ and choose ‘Grant Applications – Apply for a grant’. Then click ‘Start a new grant application’ and select ‘Residencies’.

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