If your residency is supported by a partner of the Cité internationale des arts, you will receive financial support from this partner.
In 2021, the amount of the monthly fee is a minimum of 590 €, depending on the surface area of the live-in studio. A resident may be accompanied by an adult and/or a child (under the age of 7), in which case a supplement is payable.
Every since the Cité internationale des arts was founded in 1965, artists have been coming from all over the world to take part in their artist-in-residence programmes. The Cité encourages cross-cultural dialogue and provides a place where artists can meet with their public and other professionals.
The Cité internationale des arts is located on two separate sites; the first is in Paris’ Marais district and the second in Montmartre. Every month, in partnership with 135 French and international organisations, the Cité’s two complementary sites welcome more than 300 artists from a wide range of disciplines for residencies lasting up to 1 year.
TRAME is a residency program for French-speaking artists from around the world who wish to develop a research and creation project in all disciplines in Paris, for a period of three months. Each year, ten laureates are selected.
This residency program offers tailor-made support, monthly meetings and individual interviews with artists and cultural professionals. It is also anchored at the heart of the life, activities and networks of the Cité internationale des arts and its 325 residents of all disciplines, generations and nationalities.
The TRAME program is part of the actions carried out since 2019 by the Cité internationale des arts, designated as a reference center for francophone creation by the Ministry of Culture alongside La Chartreuse de Villeneuve-lès-Avignon - Centre national des écritures du spectacle and Les Francophonies - Des écritures à la scène in Limoges. It benefits from the support of the French Ministry of Culture.
The artist are welcomed in residence on a basis where freedom prevails: no obligation to make a restitution at the end of her or his residency, but she/he can consider making an Open Studio (or more if the work is more complete). Cité internationale des arts allows the artist to present her/his work through concerts, exhibitions, shows, screenings, etc.
The Auditorium (128 seats, with good acoustics), the common areas and the workshop-accommodation itself allow it.
Studio-flats are furnished and equipped for one person. All bedding is supplied by the Cité internationale des arts. WIFi included. 2 people max can be hosted in one studio (+ 1 child up to 7 years of age).
Live-in studios provided as part of this programme have a surface area of between 25 and 60 m2.
Exhibition space, auditorium (with pianos and a pipe organ), collective studios for photography, ceramic, lithography etc.
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