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MIL OSI Translation. Government of the Republic of France statements from French to English

Source: Canton of Neuchatel, Switzerland

02.10.2019 As of July 1, 2020, the atelier-apartment of Paris will be placed at the disposal of artists neuchâtel-es (painters, sculptors-tracks, musicians-nes, photographers, and writers-es) for three stays of up to six months with a scholarship. A call for nominations is launched. The Cité internationale des arts in Paris is hosting artists professional-the came-e-s of the world. Since its opening in 1965, it has welcomed over 15’000 artists in the Marais district, opposite the ile Saint-Louis, with 291 workshops-housing. This is an excellent opportunity for professionals to develop many contacts, and promote exchanges with artists from around the world. To date, 80 artists neuchâtel-es have already been able to benefit from these stays. This action is part of the cultural policy of the township and is intended to open new horizons for young artists and researchers in the cities with a high density of cultural. As of July 1, 2020, this workshop-paris apartment will be again placed at the disposal of artists neuchâtel-es for a period of six months, from 1 July to 31 December 2020 from 1 January to 30 June 2021 1 July to 31 December 2021. Each resident-e benefits from the free provision of the workshop and a monthly scholarship of 1,000 francs. Deadline of application : Monday 14 October 2019 The selection of candidates will be carried out by the members of the advisory board of the culture in the course of the month of November 2019. Interested persons can submit their application until Monday 14 October 2019. To do this, an application form, downloadable on the website of the service culture (www.ne.ch/culture topic “Aid and support”, “Workshops for artists and researchers from neuchâtel”), is to fill out and return with different the appendices requested. The last three winners are Marc Ferrario (Mandril), visual artist, Perihan Incegöz, filmmaker and Caroline Bourrit, a visual artist. Photo © Maurine Tric

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