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Curatorial Fellowships

 

Guidelines

Etant donnés offers grants to American curators wishing to conduct and deepen their research in contemporary art in France. These grants are intended to expand the opportunities of American curators, to encourage in-depth explorations of French cultural resources, and to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and knowledge among artists and professionals.

Candidates are encouraged to connect with art professionals and other researchers as well as with institutions, universities, art schools, or private and public archives in preparation for future exhibitions or collaborations.

 


 

Eligibility


Candidates must be U.S. citizens who are affiliated with institutions, or freelance curators working in the field of contemporary art,. They must be American citizens or legal residents of the United States for at least five years and have a minimum of three years of research or professional experience in the field.

Applicants must provide a clear and detailed letter presenting the research for which the grant is being requested, and a coherent and reasonable budget proposal. Grants may not exceed 50% of the overall budget of any given project.

The Artistic Committee will give priority to research projects conducted for the purpose of an exhibition or publication. Applicants must obtain authorization from their partner institutions to travel for the proposed periods of research.

 


 

Application

Next application deadline for projects in 2018:
To be announced.

 


Contact

Dorothée Charles
Program Officer, Visual Arts, Architecture, Design (French Embassy)
visual.arts@face-foundation.org

 



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The Programs


Tournées Film Festival
Films on the Green
French U.S. Exchange in Dance with NEFA
French Dual Language Program
French Heritage Language Program
Partner University Fund
French Voices
Contemporay Music
French-American Jazz Exchange with MAAF
Contemporary Theater
Visual Arts

 



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