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DEADLINE: 12/12/2022

GRANT: $3,500

Artists working in different disciplines in the visual arts (painting, sculpture, drawing, digital arts, performance, video, photography, installation, multidisciplinary arts) are invited to present a project and submit their candidacy for the 41st edition of the event.

The Symposium is an artistic event founded on the idea that in-person exchanges between artists and visitors is beneficial for both the artists and the public, whose members can acquire a better understanding of creative processes and methods. The selected artists will engage in sustained outreach activity with visitors, while also benefiting from a formidable setting for exchanging ideas with their peers. For more information on the event, see the 2022 edition, its artists and programming.

Following the call for projects, thirteen (13) artists, selected by jury, will be invited to create an artwork inspired by the theme during a one-month creative residency. Twelve (12) of these thirteen artists will work at Baie-Saint-Paul on-site at the Musée d’art contemporain (MACBSP), while the natural environment of the Domaine Forget in Sainte-Irénée will be offered to the thirteenth artist for a second collaboration between these two institutions in the heart of the Charlevoix region.


DEADLINE: 12/15/2022

GRANT: $5,000 + $1,500 travel stipend

This residency is open to emerging and mid-career artists working in all disciplines across Greater Los Angeles. For four months the artist-in-residence will be given a studio in the Quinn Emanuel Los Angeles office to support their existing practice or a new project as appropriate.

At the end of the residency an exhibition will be held to display the works of the artist and at least one work will be incorporated into the permanent collection. A supporting stipend will be provided, as well as materials allowance. Over the course of a year there will be 2 residency cycles, each with a four month residency and a subsequent exhibition in a location deemed appropriate for the work decided on between the artist and curator.


DEADLINE: 12/15/ 2022

GRANT: $500

The residency program aims to create opportunities for artists to take risks and develop new contemporary works across many art forms, primarily visual and literary arts, while engaging in meaningful dialogue with fellow residents and arts professionals. Our goal is to create a residency program that responds to the critical needs of emerging artists and artists as parents, while striving to build a program that reflects the rich cultural environment of today through an active commitment to diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion.

The summer residency is offered for 5 weeks, with 2 and 4-week residencies for individual artists and 1-week residencies for families.


DEADLINE: 12/31/22

The Factory Residency is a 12-week artist residency program designed to bring creatives from around the world to Manchester, NH. Experience a unique environment for creative exchange and collaboration amongst a community of creators, innovators and entrepreneurs.

The Factory on Willow (where the residency takes place) is a collaborative and supportive environment located less than a half mile from downtown. Residents love the multitude of amenities the property provides and our central location promotes exploration being only 45 minutes from Boston, the White Mountains and the beautiful Atlantic coast beaches. Selected AIR residents are rewarded a private fully furnished live/work studio and access to the entire campus.


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