France | Arts, Societies and Contemporary Mutations Fellowship for artists from the Global South
The Nantes Institute for Advanced Study (IEA) is calling for applications from artists from the Global South for their ‘Arts, Societies and Contemporary Mutations’ Fellowship, from January to June 2023.
The IEA, in collaboration with local partners Lieu Unique, the Nantes Saint-Nazaire School of Fine Arts and Nantes Métropole, is offering an international artistic and research residency to artists from the Global South.
The residency is intended to dialogue with the humanities and social sciences in order to question the contemporary mutations of our societies. It engages methodological questions and reflections on the nature of the knowledge incorporated, produced, and transmitted by practices.
This residency is open to professional artists living and working in the Global South, including from Asia.
Applicants are expected to have at least five years of professional experience at the time of the start of their residency.
The artist must be able to express her/himself in English or in French.
The selected fellow will be hosted at the Nantes IAS, a space of intellectual exchange between residents from various disciplinary and geographical backgrounds.
The IAS will provide accommodation, a working space (office), and access to library services.
The visiting artist is required to present her/his work in the weekly seminar organised by the IAS and to participate in the weekly seminars and other activities organised by the IAS.
The artist will receive:
- A monthly stipend of 2,000 EUR per month
- Free accommodation
- Free use of office space and access to library services
- Insurance (75 EUR per month)
- Production costs (up to 2,000 EUR)
- Visa and return airfare
Deadline: 31 August 2022
This residency is supported by Nantes Métropole – Culture Department.