They provide support for artists in the process of their work (transport if needed, etc.), in organizing their working places. Artist are free to use all the facilities in the villa: a kitchen, a computer, a small library, spaces for work and for sleeping etc.
⚠️ Cassis is unable to accept guests as the way they used to due to the current pandemic. Please check their COVID-19 statement.
Cassis Artist Residency is a non-profit project with the objective to give artists a possibility to escape the city hassles and daily routine with the purpose to work in a peaceful and picturesque environment on their personal artistic projects. Since 2016 the organizers opened the doors of their Mediterranean villa during the period from mid-November until mid-March, with the aim to accommodate international artists of all ages and disciplines.
Cassis Artist Residency is a place in the French Riviera welcoming international artists who are working in different fields of artistic creation for a short or long periods of stay. The invited artists are free to choose the period of their stay as well as the projects to work on during the residency. Artists collectives are welcome to apply.
Possibility for maximum 2 people to share the 4 dorm and for max 3 people to share the 6 dorm. Artists' couples are welcome to share the private rooms.
Please, note: They cannot guarantee you one or another room - the type of your accommodation can be changed anytime according to availability. Artists with children can apply only for stays during the period from mid-November to the end of November. Artists themselves will be responsible for their children safety and their pastime activity.
No pets allowed!
Note: They don't have any special studio space!
The organizers know that every artist has different needs in space, depending on the type of artistic medium he or she uses. They will try to organize the working space according to artist's needs together, upon an artist's arrival. They have a spacious living room where you can have your working space organized, and they will help you with that. If you need a table, you'll have your own table.
The living room is a common space which is shared by all the artists in the house. (Around 4-6 artists at the same time). Besides, there is some space outside of the house, (some of it under a shelter) which you can also use as a working space if the weather allows: on the terrace, by the swimming pool, in the garden.
If you have some demands for your working space, please, mention it in your application.