CITÉ INTERNATIONALE DES ARTS RESIDENCY POSTPONEMENT

CITÈ INTERNATIONALE DES ARTS, PARIS, RESIDENCY

The Cité Internationale des Arts in the Rue de L'Hotel de Ville, in the Marais quarter of Paris, was opened in the early 1960s. It provides studio accommodation for foreign and provincial art students, including musicians, painters, sculptors and graphic artists. One of the first decisions of the Power Institute was the purchase of a studio for the use of Australian artists. Each year the Institute offers residencies in its studio to artists, art scholars and art writers.

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We regret to announce that due to urgent renovations being planned by the direction of the Cité des Arts, which we are informed are scheduled to commence in 2019, we will not be able to offer our Terrence and Lynette Fern Cité Internationale des Arts studio residencies at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris in 2019. We regret the inconvenience caused, but given the importance of ensuring our studio remains appropriately furnished and equipped, as well as safe and secure, we are complying with the Cité’s request to meet the renovation deadlines and dates set by their administration. Applicants who wish to apply for residencies in 2020 will enjoy the benefits of staying in a newly refurbished and renovated studio apartment. We thank you for your patience, support and understanding.

NOTE: Applications for the Power Institute 2020 Terrence and Lynette Fern Cité Internationale des Arts Residency Fellowships will open in March 2019. Applications will be available online via submittable. All information including criteria, eligibility and residency details can be found on the submittable form.

Applications will be open in the following categories:

a) Participating artists / craftspeople
b) Art critics, art writers, art curators, art historians or art administrators
c) Staff of the University of Sydney, Museum of Contemporary Art and PhD research students of the Department of Art History & Film Studies and Sydney College of the Arts

A three or six-month residency is offered for Category A, and three months for categories B and C.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact: