CAMARGO FOUNDATION

Appels à Candidature / Call for residencies

 

The Camargo Foundation, located in Cassis, France, and founded by artist and philanthropist Jerome Hill, is a residential center offering programming in the humanities and the arts. It offers appropriate time and space to think, create and share in a quality environment. The Camargo Foundation supports the work of artists, scholars and thinkers from all countries, nationalities, and career levels. This is achieved via different programs conceived by the Foundation as the core program or in partnership with other organizations. 

Currently the 2018/2019 Camargo Core Program is open until October 17, 2017.

For detailed information about the Core Program and other parnership programs, please check our website here. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact us by email apply@camargofoundation.org 

 

La Fondation Camargo, située à Cassis (France) et créée par l’artiste et philanthrope Jerome Hill, est un lieu de résidence dédié à l’art, et aux sciences humaines et sociales. Dans un environnement de qualité, elle offre le temps et l’espace adéquat pour penser, créer et échanger. La Fondation Camargo encourage le travail d’artistes, penseurs et chercheurs de tout pays, toute nationalité et tout niveau de carrière. La programmation des résidences est effectuée soit par la Fondation seule comme dans le cas du Programme de résidence Camargo, soit en partenariat. 

A ce jour, l'appel pour le programme classique de Camargo est ouvert et cela jusqu'au 17 octobre 2017.

Pour plus d’informations au sujet du programme classique de Camargo et les autres programmes en partenariat, veuillez consulter notre site internet en cliquant iciPour toute question, vous pouvez nous contacter par email apply@camargofoundation.org 

The Camargo Core Program is the historical and flagship program of the Foundation. Each year an international call is launched through which 18 fellows (9 artists and 9 scholars/thinkers) are selected.

The Camargo Core Program offers time and space in a contemplative environment to think, create, and connect. By encouraging groundbreaking research and experimentation, it supports the visionary work of artists, scholars and thinkers in the Arts and Humanities. By encouraging multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches, it intends to foster connections between research and creation.

The Camargo Foundation welcomes applications from all countries and nationalities. Three main categories are available, and several subcategories for artists’ applications. 

Scholars 

Scholars should be connected to the Arts and Humanities working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. To be eligible for a fellowship in the “Scholars” category, applicants are expected either to hold a PhD and a record of post-doctoral scholarship, or to be PhD candidates completing the final stages of research for, or writing of, their dissertation. 

Thinkers

Thinkers include accomplished professionals and practitioners in cultural and creative fields (such as curators, journalists, critics, urban planners, independent scholars, etc.) who are professionally engaged in critical thought. They should represent a sort of link between the theoretical “arena”, the arts, and society. As the scholars, they should be working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. 

Artists

Artists, in all disciplines, should be the primary creators of a new work/project and have achieved a track record of publications/performances/exhibitions, credits, awards and/or grants. Such artists will be those who have a fully developed, mature artistic voice, and may include those who have been commissioned for multiple projects. When applying, artists will have to choose between the following subcategories: Visual Artists / Choreographers and Performance Artists / Writers and Playwrights / Film, Video and Digital Artists / Composers and Sound Artists / Multidisciplinary Artists.

To learn more about the program and the application/selection process, please read the Guidelines hereAn informational webinar will be offered for interested applicants on September 14, 2017 at 11:00am EST (New york City), 5:00pm CET (France). Please check our website in early September for the link to the webinar. 

The Camargo Core Program is the historical and flagship program of the Foundation. Each year an international call is launched through which 18 fellows (9 artists and 9 scholars/thinkers) are selected.

The Camargo Core Program offers time and space in a contemplative environment to think, create, and connect. By encouraging groundbreaking research and experimentation, it supports the visionary work of artists, scholars and thinkers in the Arts and Humanities. By encouraging multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches, it intends to foster connections between research and creation.

The Camargo Foundation welcomes applications from all countries and nationalities. Three main categories are available, and several subcategories for artists’ applications. 

Scholars 

Scholars should be connected to the Arts and Humanities working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. To be eligible for a fellowship in the “Scholars” category, applicants are expected either to hold a PhD and a record of post-doctoral scholarship, or to be PhD candidates completing the final stages of research for, or writing of, their dissertation. 

Thinkers

Thinkers include accomplished professionals and practitioners in cultural and creative fields (such as curators, journalists, critics, urban planners, independent scholars, etc.) who are professionally engaged in critical thought. They should represent a sort of link between the theoretical “arena”, the arts, and society. As the scholars, they should be working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. 

Artists

Artists, in all disciplines, should be the primary creators of a new work/project and have achieved a track record of publications/performances/exhibitions, credits, awards and/or grants. Such artists will be those who have a fully developed, mature artistic voice, and may include those who have been commissioned for multiple projects. When applying, artists will have to choose between the following subcategories: Visual Artists / Choreographers and Performance Artists / Writers and Playwrights / Film, Video and Digital Artists / Composers and Sound Artists / Multidisciplinary Artists.

To learn more about the program and the application/selection process, please read the Guidelines hereAn informational webinar will be offered for interested applicants on September 14, 2017 at 11:00am EST (New york City), 5:00pm CET (France). Please check our website in early September for the link to the webinar.

The Camargo Core Program is the historical and flagship program of the Foundation. Each year an international call is launched through which 18 fellows (9 artists and 9 scholars/thinkers) are selected.

The Camargo Core Program offers time and space in a contemplative environment to think, create, and connect. By encouraging groundbreaking research and experimentation, it supports the visionary work of artists, scholars and thinkers in the Arts and Humanities. By encouraging multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches, it intends to foster connections between research and creation.

The Camargo Foundation welcomes applications from all countries and nationalities. Three main categories are available, and several subcategories for artists’ applications. 

Scholars 

Scholars should be connected to the Arts and Humanities working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. To be eligible for a fellowship in the “Scholars” category, applicants are expected either to hold a PhD and a record of post-doctoral scholarship, or to be PhD candidates completing the final stages of research for, or writing of, their dissertation. 

Thinkers

Thinkers include accomplished professionals and practitioners in cultural and creative fields (such as curators, journalists, critics, urban planners, independent scholars, etc.) who are professionally engaged in critical thought. They should represent a sort of link between the theoretical “arena”, the arts, and society. As the scholars, they should be working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. 

Artists

Artists, in all disciplines, should be the primary creators of a new work/project and have achieved a track record of publications/performances/exhibitions, credits, awards and/or grants. Such artists will be those who have a fully developed, mature artistic voice, and may include those who have been commissioned for multiple projects. When applying, artists will have to choose between the following subcategories: Visual Artists / Choreographers and Performance Artists / Writers and Playwrights / Film, Video and Digital Artists / Composers and Sound Artists / Multidisciplinary Artists.

To learn more about the program and the application/selection process, please read the Guidelines hereAn informational webinar will be offered for interested applicants on September 14, 2017 at 11:00am EST (New york City), 5:00pm CET (France). Please check our website in early September for the link to the webinar.

The Camargo Core Program is the historical and flagship program of the Foundation. Each year an international call is launched through which 18 fellows (9 artists and 9 scholars/thinkers) are selected.

The Camargo Core Program offers time and space in a contemplative environment to think, create, and connect. By encouraging groundbreaking research and experimentation, it supports the visionary work of artists, scholars and thinkers in the Arts and Humanities. By encouraging multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches, it intends to foster connections between research and creation.

The Camargo Foundation welcomes applications from all countries and nationalities. Three main categories are available, and several subcategories for artists’ applications. 

Scholars 

Scholars should be connected to the Arts and Humanities working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. To be eligible for a fellowship in the “Scholars” category, applicants are expected either to hold a PhD and a record of post-doctoral scholarship, or to be PhD candidates completing the final stages of research for, or writing of, their dissertation. 

Thinkers

Thinkers include accomplished professionals and practitioners in cultural and creative fields (such as curators, journalists, critics, urban planners, independent scholars, etc.) who are professionally engaged in critical thought. They should represent a sort of link between the theoretical “arena”, the arts, and society. As the scholars, they should be working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. 

Artists

Artists, in all disciplines, should be the primary creators of a new work/project and have achieved a track record of publications/performances/exhibitions, credits, awards and/or grants. Such artists will be those who have a fully developed, mature artistic voice, and may include those who have been commissioned for multiple projects. When applying, artists will have to choose between the following subcategories: Visual Artists / Choreographers and Performance Artists / Writers and Playwrights / Film, Video and Digital Artists / Composers and Sound Artists / Multidisciplinary Artists.

To learn more about the program and the application/selection process, please read the Guidelines hereAn informational webinar will be offered for interested applicants on September 14, 2017 at 11:00am EST (New york City), 5:00pm CET (France). Please check our website in early September for the link to the webinar.

The Camargo Core Program is the historical and flagship program of the Foundation. Each year an international call is launched through which 18 fellows (9 artists and 9 scholars/thinkers) are selected.

The Camargo Core Program offers time and space in a contemplative environment to think, create, and connect. By encouraging groundbreaking research and experimentation, it supports the visionary work of artists, scholars and thinkers in the Arts and Humanities. By encouraging multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches, it intends to foster connections between research and creation.

The Camargo Foundation welcomes applications from all countries and nationalities. Three main categories are available, and several subcategories for artists’ applications. 

Scholars 

Scholars should be connected to the Arts and Humanities working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. To be eligible for a fellowship in the “Scholars” category, applicants are expected either to hold a PhD and a record of post-doctoral scholarship, or to be PhD candidates completing the final stages of research for, or writing of, their dissertation. 

Thinkers

Thinkers include accomplished professionals and practitioners in cultural and creative fields (such as curators, journalists, critics, urban planners, independent scholars, etc.) who are professionally engaged in critical thought. They should represent a sort of link between the theoretical “arena”, the arts, and society. As the scholars, they should be working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. 

Artists

Artists, in all disciplines, should be the primary creators of a new work/project and have achieved a track record of publications/performances/exhibitions, credits, awards and/or grants. Such artists will be those who have a fully developed, mature artistic voice, and may include those who have been commissioned for multiple projects. When applying, artists will have to choose between the following subcategories: Visual Artists / Choreographers and Performance Artists / Writers and Playwrights / Film, Video and Digital Artists / Composers and Sound Artists / Multidisciplinary Artists.

To learn more about the program and the application/selection process, please read the Guidelines hereAn informational webinar will be offered for interested applicants on September 14, 2017 at 11:00am EST (New york City), 5:00pm CET (France). Please check our website in early September for the link to the webinar.

The Camargo Core Program is the historical and flagship program of the Foundation. Each year an international call is launched through which 18 fellows (9 artists and 9 scholars/thinkers) are selected.

The Camargo Core Program offers time and space in a contemplative environment to think, create, and connect. By encouraging groundbreaking research and experimentation, it supports the visionary work of artists, scholars and thinkers in the Arts and Humanities. By encouraging multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches, it intends to foster connections between research and creation.

The Camargo Foundation welcomes applications from all countries and nationalities. Three main categories are available, and several subcategories for artists’ applications. 

Scholars 

Scholars should be connected to the Arts and Humanities working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. To be eligible for a fellowship in the “Scholars” category, applicants are expected either to hold a PhD and a record of post-doctoral scholarship, or to be PhD candidates completing the final stages of research for, or writing of, their dissertation. 

Thinkers

Thinkers include accomplished professionals and practitioners in cultural and creative fields (such as curators, journalists, critics, urban planners, independent scholars, etc.) who are professionally engaged in critical thought. They should represent a sort of link between the theoretical “arena”, the arts, and society. As the scholars, they should be working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. 

Artists

Artists, in all disciplines, should be the primary creators of a new work/project and have achieved a track record of publications/performances/exhibitions, credits, awards and/or grants. Such artists will be those who have a fully developed, mature artistic voice, and may include those who have been commissioned for multiple projects. When applying, artists will have to choose between the following subcategories: Visual Artists / Choreographers and Performance Artists / Writers and Playwrights / Film, Video and Digital Artists / Composers and Sound Artists / Multidisciplinary Artists.

To learn more about the program and the application/selection process, please read the Guidelines hereAn informational webinar will be offered for interested applicants on September 14, 2017 at 11:00am EST (New york City), 5:00pm CET (France). Please check our website in early September for the link to the webinar.

The Camargo Core Program is the historical and flagship program of the Foundation. Each year an international call is launched through which 18 fellows (9 artists and 9 scholars/thinkers) are selected.

The Camargo Core Program offers time and space in a contemplative environment to think, create, and connect. By encouraging groundbreaking research and experimentation, it supports the visionary work of artists, scholars and thinkers in the Arts and Humanities. By encouraging multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches, it intends to foster connections between research and creation.

The Camargo Foundation welcomes applications from all countries and nationalities. Three main categories are available, and several subcategories for artists’ applications. 

Scholars 

Scholars should be connected to the Arts and Humanities working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. To be eligible for a fellowship in the “Scholars” category, applicants are expected either to hold a PhD and a record of post-doctoral scholarship, or to be PhD candidates completing the final stages of research for, or writing of, their dissertation. 

Thinkers

Thinkers include accomplished professionals and practitioners in cultural and creative fields (such as curators, journalists, critics, urban planners, independent scholars, etc.) who are professionally engaged in critical thought. They should represent a sort of link between the theoretical “arena”, the arts, and society. As the scholars, they should be working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. 

Artists

Artists, in all disciplines, should be the primary creators of a new work/project and have achieved a track record of publications/performances/exhibitions, credits, awards and/or grants. Such artists will be those who have a fully developed, mature artistic voice, and may include those who have been commissioned for multiple projects. When applying, artists will have to choose between the following subcategories: Visual Artists / Choreographers and Performance Artists / Writers and Playwrights / Film, Video and Digital Artists / Composers and Sound Artists / Multidisciplinary Artists.

To learn more about the program and the application/selection process, please read the Guidelines hereAn informational webinar will be offered for interested applicants on September 14, 2017 at 11:00am EST (New york City), 5:00pm CET (France). Please check our website in early September for the link to the webinar.

The Camargo Core Program is the historical and flagship program of the Foundation. Each year an international call is launched through which 18 fellows (9 artists and 9 scholars/thinkers) are selected.

The Camargo Core Program offers time and space in a contemplative environment to think, create, and connect. By encouraging groundbreaking research and experimentation, it supports the visionary work of artists, scholars and thinkers in the Arts and Humanities. By encouraging multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches, it intends to foster connections between research and creation.

The Camargo Foundation welcomes applications from all countries and nationalities. Three main categories are available, and several subcategories for artists’ applications. 

Scholars 

Scholars should be connected to the Arts and Humanities working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. To be eligible for a fellowship in the “Scholars” category, applicants are expected either to hold a PhD and a record of post-doctoral scholarship, or to be PhD candidates completing the final stages of research for, or writing of, their dissertation. 

Thinkers

Thinkers include accomplished professionals and practitioners in cultural and creative fields (such as curators, journalists, critics, urban planners, independent scholars, etc.) who are professionally engaged in critical thought. They should represent a sort of link between the theoretical “arena”, the arts, and society. As the scholars, they should be working on French and Francophone cultures, including but not limited to cross-cultural studies that engage the cultures and influences of the Mediterranean region. 

Artists

Artists, in all disciplines, should be the primary creators of a new work/project and have achieved a track record of publications/performances/exhibitions, credits, awards and/or grants. Such artists will be those who have a fully developed, mature artistic voice, and may include those who have been commissioned for multiple projects. When applying, artists will have to choose between the following subcategories: Visual Artists / Choreographers and Performance Artists / Writers and Playwrights / Film, Video and Digital Artists / Composers and Sound Artists / Multidisciplinary Artists.

To learn more about the program and the application/selection process, please read the Guidelines hereAn informational webinar will be offered for interested applicants on September 14, 2017 at 11:00am EST (New york City), 5:00pm CET (France). Please check our website in early September for the link to the webinar.