Disciplines 
Visual Arts Dance Music
Language 
English, French, Spanish
Founded 
1994
Duration 
1 to 6 months
Paid by artist 

Once an application is accepted, the Darling Foundry commits to welcoming the laureates within two years. Meanwhile the laureates are responsible for securing the funding of their residency through governmental, private or institutional sources. They are also responsible for obtaining any necessary visas. The Darling Foundry will provide a letter of acceptance and any other document required for the submission of a grant and/or visa application.

Budget guidelines: 

  • Rent of living studio-space, including wireless internet connection: $ 1500 CAD / month for a 800p2 (80m2) studio or $ 800 CAD / month for a 300p2 (30m2) studio
  • Promotion and support:$ 800 CAD / month 

Additional expenses to consider: 

  • Living expenses (suggested: $ 300-500 CAD / week) 
  • Production grant (suggested: $ 0-1500 CAD) 
  • Roundtrip plane ticket or other transportation mode
Application guidelines 

Please send a file to [email protected], including: 

  • letter of intent with: 1- a residency project, 2- the desired duration of the residency, 3- what a residency at the Darling Foundry represents for you, 4- how you plan to finance the residency 
  • curriculum vitae 
  • up to 20 images with their description 

The Darling Foundry will review applications and provide an answer within two months of reception.

Deadline 
10/01/2019

Deadline

Deadline 
Ongoing; Jan.10 for Place Publique 2019 open call

Darling Foundry

Darling Foundry

Quartier Ephémère

Description 

In the fall of 2018, the Darling Foundry launches Open Access, its new international residency program, developed in response to the growing demand for artistic mobility, while also offering its spaces and residential services to an ever-increasing number of visual artists and curators. A call for applications is open at all times to artists and curators of all nationalities, to offer tailor-made residencies in an inspiring professional context, housed in a 19th century industrial complex. 
All artists and curators, regardless of nationality and including Canadians, may apply to the Open Access program. Candidates are invited to apply at all times and in return the Darling Foundry commits to provide an answer within two months of receiving the application. Applications will be reviewed by an artistic committee, according to criteria of artistic quality, and relevance of the residency at the proposed time.

N.B.: the Open Access residency is to be distinguished from the short-term rental of a studio, as it offers its laureates all the benefits of its other international residency programs, particularly in terms of artistic support, networking and promotion. 

Outcome 

The Open Access residency program includes access to a living-studio space, common areas, technical workshops, as well as support, networking and promotion to a diverse audience.

Accommodation Information 

Included in the studio.

Studio Information 

A large studio with accommodation is provided. The kitchen and bathroom are shared with the other residents. Access to the metal and wood workshops.

Address: 
745 rue Ottawa
Montréal, QC H3C 1R8
Canada
Telephone 
+1 514 3921554 Montréal
Fax 
+1 514 3921579 Montréal

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