Laura Gozlan, Remote Viewing, Installation view / Former 2-12 Art Resident
2-12 Art Residency
Deadline January 28, 2024
Cité Internationale Des Arts
Paris, France

Every year, the Cité internationale des arts launches a residency program intitled 2–12, open to all artistic disciplines (visual arts, performing arts, music and writing). Offering the research time required by each artist, this program gives everyone the opportunity to apply upon submission of a project, for residencies lasting between two and twelve months, between September 2024 and August 2025.

Participation in the 2–12 program enables artists to benefit from networking with the community of 325 artists in residence, of all nationalities, disciplines and generations, as well as with external professionals, depending on the project.

This residency is open to French and foreign artists, curators and researchers active in the field of visual arts, music, writing and performing arts.
– Artists must have at least 5 years’ professional expe- rience in their artistic career.
– Applicants must be over 18, with no age limit . The call is not open to students.
– Candidates must not have benefited from a residency at the Cité internationale des arts in the last two years. Artists who have terminated their residency in 2021 or earlier are eligible.

Artpil periodically publishes submitted announcements of outside opportunities we do not administer. We recommend researching further prior to submitting, especially if entry fees are required.
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