Apply: French Institute Visas for Creation 2019 for African and Caribbean Artists
Visas for Creation is part of the “Creation in Africa and the Caribbean” programme. Its goal is to support emerging artists in Africa and the Caribbean through residencies in mainland France and its overseas territories to enable them to develop a creation or research project.
Application Deadline: 29th May 2019
Eligible Countries: Countries in Africa and the Caribbean
To be taken at (country): France
It is open to the following candidates:
- African artists who propose a residency project taking place in France;
- Caribbean artists (island residents only) who propose a residency project taking place in mainland France or the French Departments of America (DFA).
It is concerned with the following disciplines:
visual arts, photography, digital arts, architecture, design, arts, fashion, theatre, dance, circus, street and puppet arts, music, multidisciplinary projects.
Number of Awards: Not specified
Value of Award: This tool is intended for artists and curators residing in Africa or the Caribbean, who have professional experience in the relevant artistic field and who need, in order to develop their project or career, a 2-month residence period in France within a professional structure (such as the CCN, CDCN, Scène Nationale, CDN, Centres d’art, SMAC, etc.), a partner institution of the Institut français (Cité Internationale des Arts) or which is linked to a residency programme in a territorial collectivity.
Duration of Award: 2 months
How to Apply: APPLY
- It is important to go through all application requirements on the Programme Webpage (see link below) before applying
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