Founded in 2001, the summer residence Terra brings together doctoral students in American art and emerging artists from around the world for a nine-week residential program in the historic town of Giverny, France. The program encourages independent work while offering seminars and mentors from high-level academics and artists to encourage reflection and debate. The Terra summer residence gives participants the opportunity to broaden their academic and creative horizons, explore international cultural perspectives and forge lifelong exchanges and professional networks. In addition to a stipend, the fellows receive accommodation on site, use of work facilities and lunches for the duration of the residency. For more information about the location, facilities and guidelines, download the residency manual.
Applicants must be:
- A visual artist with a master’s degree or its equivalent at the time of application. Preference is given to applicants who have completed their degree in the last five years. To start an online application, go to: https://www.grantrequest.com/SID_1538?SA=SNA&FID=35060
- A doctoral candidate who investigates the art and visual culture of the United States or its role in a context of international artistic exchange before 1980. Candidates at all stages of doctoral research and writing are welcome. To start an online application, go to https://www.grantrequest.com/SID_1538?SA=SNA&FID=35077
Applicants must be recommended by their thesis advisor or former teacher or supervisor of the art school. Each teacher can recommend a maximum of two candidates each year. (See application form for complete nomination and application procedures.) Applicants for the Terra summer residence will be evaluated for their intellectual and creative excellence, their academic and artistic achievements, and their ability to contribute to a university community. and interdisciplinary. Since the working language of the program is English, all applicants are expected to be fluent; Knowledge of French is an asset but it is not mandatory.
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