Opportunity: EIB artist development programme

Calls for applications: Artists Development Programme residency in Paris – deadline 20th March 2022

The European Investment Bank (EIB) Institute, in co-operation with the Cite internationale des arts, is looking for emerging European artists to join the 2022 edition of its Artists Development Programme (ADP), a three month long residency programme in Paris, under the mentorship of renowned Franco-Italian artist Tatiana Trouvé.

The EIB launched three calls for applications targeting visual artists (EU nationals, aged less than 35) with a focus on:

The successful applicants will be provided with a living/working space at Cite internationale des arts in Paris, together with a stipend for production and subsistence costs (80 EUR per day), a contribution towards production of EUR 500 at the beginning of the residency and a success fee of EUR 1 000 at the end of the residency, provided a work of art has been created.

The residency will take place from 2nd September until 28th November 2022.

The deadline for applying is Sunday 20th March at midnight (GMT+1).


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