Ottawa – The European Union Delegation to Canada and the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) are delighted to launch the 2017 edition of the European Union-Canada Young Journalist Fellowship.
The Centre National du Livre offers, three times a year, a financial support to help English-speaking Canadian publishers offsetting the cost of a translation from a French title.
For the past 26 years, the Publication Support Programmes have helped promote the translation and publication of over 20,000 works by French and francophone authors in 75 different countries. These programmes support publishers throughout the world who wish to open up their catalogues to works by francophone authors, through translation.
On the occasion of 2017 Paris Book Fair next March, fourteen foreign Editors and Rights Managers, specialized in fiction or non fiction, will be invited to Paris to participate in 2017's edition of the Fellowship Program, organized by the International Bureau of French Publishing (BIEF).
The National Arts Centre’s Théâtre français is looking for 15 citizens interested in taking part in a unique and collaborative artistic experience, performing in Ça ira (1) Fin de Louis by Joël Pommerat, to be presented at the NAC from March 16 to 19 at 7:30 p.m.
In the framework of the COP21, the Cultural service of the French Embassy in Canada and the Ottawa French Alliance launch a call for projects to participate to global performance, an artistic marathon : "24 hours for the climate". For artists, architects, designers, dancers, performers and street artists of Canada on the theme « Urban art and the climate » with a contest and the possibility to win one month residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris in 2016 .
The purpose of the residence program is to host artists and writers who have a specific project to develop in Paris. Each project, for all disciplines should be carried out in partnership with a previously specified local institution or other structure, company, artist, or indeed a well-known personality from the arts and culture in Paris or surrounding area. Overall, any research project should be developed in Paris, in harmony with the host town and its cultural environment. This residency, which is a privileged period of reflection and creativity for the artist, will contribute to the presence and visibility of international artists in Paris.
The Institut français and the City of Paris offer an artist-in-residence program dedicated to established foreign artists and writers at the Centre international d’accueil et d’échanges des Récollets, a venue for artists and researchers from around the world. The call for entries is open until June 17, 2015.
The French Academy in Rome announces the competition for selecting resident fellows 2015/2016 (pensionnaires) at Villa Medici starting next September for a period of 12 to 18 months. The competition is open to French-speaking artists and scholars of all nationalities, aged from 20 to 45 (by December 31, 2015).
As an opportunity to take a different look at the pieces of art you find on display at museums both here and elsewhere, Plumes d'ici et d'ailleurs invite you to write an original, unpublished short story in the literary style of your choice: epistolary, crime drama, romance, fantasy, etc. Register before December 31st, 2014.
The residency program at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris is designed for foreign artists, who want to develop a creative project in Paris for a period of three months. Artists must have been identified either by the cultural services of French Embassies, by Instituts français worldwide or by the Alliances françaises prior to their application. Application is now open!