Grants and Programs 2018-01-07T18:44:15+00:00

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Rights Purchase Grant Program

The Institut français helps Canadian publishers offset the cost of acquiring the rights from books translated from French. Grant beneficiaries are selected by the Institut français in Paris. The amount awarded cannot exceed the amount of the advance that has to be paid to the French publisher for the acquisition of rights.

Canadian publishers wishing to participate and seeking a grant through this program should fill in the application form below and provide the required documents listed below.

TERMS & CONDITIONS

This is a bi-annual program. In order to be processed, applications forms should be filled in and all information should be sent

Call for international applications: students or professionals “Conservators-Restorers”

The Institut National du Patrimoine welcomes international professionals and students in Cultural Heritage.

The INP is an institute of higher education under the auspices of the French Ministry of Culture and Communication. Its mission is to provide training to heritage curators for State civil service, local government civil service authorities and City of Paris. Another mission of the institute is to train conservators-restorers authorized to work on public collections. Training for these two closely related and complementary professions within the same establishment is unique in Europe.

The application to the department leads to a training program in French, included in the 5 years-program

Books in Translation: a Paris Fellowship for Canadian Publishers

“Books in Translation: a Paris Fellowship for Canadian Publishers” offers two Canadian book publishers the opportunity to get to know better the French publishing world, from its wide range of different publishers to its diverse set of books and authors. The fellowship consists of a three-day business trip to Paris with a full program composed of one and one meetings with French publishers, rights directors and directors of collections.

The program of each Canadian publisher will be drafted through close collaboration between the Cultural Service of the French Embassy, the Canadian fellows and French publishers. The three-day fellowship will therefore be

2018 French Scholars Lecture Series Call

The French Embassy in Canada has partnered with the University of British Columbia’s (UBC) Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies (PWIAS) to bring the best French researchers to a program titled: French Scholars Lecture Series / Cycles of French speakers at UBC.

The program invites high-level French academics to participate in a transdisciplinary dialogue with their Canadian counterparts. The visit includes a public lecture and discussions with students and faculty at the University of British Columbia. Symposia and informal discussions are also encouraged, under the responsibility of the Visiting Professor at the University of British Columbia.

The deadline for applications for the

Books in Translation: a Paris Fellowship for Canadian Publishers

“Books in Translation: a Paris Fellowship for Canadian Publishers” offers two Canadian book publishers the opportunity to get to know better the French publishing world, from its wide range of different publishers to its diverse set of books and authors. The fellowship consists of a three-day business trip to Paris

Call for international applications: students or professionals “Conservators-Restorers”

The Institut National du Patrimoine welcomes international professionals and students in Cultural Heritage.

The INP is an institute of higher education under the auspices of the French Ministry of Culture and Communication. Its mission is to provide training to heritage curators for State civil service, local government civil service authorities and City of Paris. Another mission of the institute is to train conservators-restorers authorized to work on public collections. Training for these two closely related and complementary professions within the same establishment is unique in Europe.

The application to the department leads to a training program in French, included in the 5 years-program

Rights Purchase Grant Program

The Institut français helps Canadian publishers offset the cost of acquiring the rights from books translated from French. Grant beneficiaries are selected by the Institut français in Paris. The amount awarded cannot exceed the amount of the advance that has to be paid to the French publisher for the acquisition of rights.

Canadian publishers wishing to participate and seeking a grant through this program should fill in the application form below and provide the required documents listed below.

TERMS & CONDITIONS

This is a bi-annual program. In order to be processed, applications forms should be filled in and all information should be sent