The Beauvaisis Agglomeration Community and its partners are launching a call for applications for a residency-mission for visual artists.
What is the principle behind this call for applications?
Motivated by a desire to strengthen the bonds of solidarity between the communes and the inhabitants, to guarantee access to the culture of all the population, to reveal a common identity and to promote the territory, its memories and its know-how,The Beauvaisis Agglomeration Community wishes to invest public space as a place of cultural transmission.
Around the project “Growing Connections!” , it will be a matter of giving the Beauvaisins as well as tourists the opportunity to discover works differently, without having to cross the door of a dedicated establishment and see their daily environment transformed. The purpose of the project is to look at the city differently, to highlight the built, the natural heritage, to value the memory of the inhabitants to question the past, to live the present and to build the future.
The partners would like this residence-mission to be an opportunity to open up the different sociogeographical areas, Urban and rural, through inventive proposals of artistic itinerary promoting on the one hand the appropriation of cultural and natural heritage and, on the other hand, the creation of circulations, exchanges and human links throughout this itinerary.
This is why the agglomeration community of Beauvaisis is developing in partnership with the Regional Directorate of Cultural Affairs of Hauts-de-France, the rectorate of the Academy of Amiens - academic delegation to arts and culture, and the departmental directorate of the Oise National Education Services, a residence-missions 2023 for visual artists.
The residency period is scheduled between January and September 2023.
How to participate in the call for applications?
Download the call for projects
Send your complete application to: email@example.com
Subject line: CLEA – AAP Beauvaisis – [artist name]
Application Deadline: November 29, 2022
Announcement of results by Friday, December 9
This residence-mission are organized within the framework of the Local Contract of Arts Education (CLEA), recently transferred from the City of Beauvais to the Agglomeration of Beauvaisis as part of a new acquisition of jurisdiction by the Community of Agglomeration of Beauvaisis in arts and cultural education.
The CLEA are essential levers of the arts and cultural education policy, priority of the Ministry of Culture. Renewable 3-year contracts, signed at least between a local authority, the DRAC and Education Nationale, they allow young people to build a coherent artistic and cultural education path. They can also address the entire population and help to structure cultural development in the territories concerned.
- Beauvaisis Agglomeration Community
- Direction Régionale des Affaires Culturelles des Hauts-de-France
- Rector of the Academy of Amiens - academic delegation to arts and culture
- Departmental Directorate of Education Services of Oise