Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency, Paris // Deadline October 31

Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency, Paris // Deadline October 31

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Oct. 01, 2017
Deadline Oct. 31, 2017
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Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency, Paris // Deadline October 31

We are now accepting applications for the February–March 2018 Paris residency. Theapplication period closes October 312017.

The Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency provides the recipient with:

An apartment/studio in the 15th arrondissement

Travel to and from Paris

$1000/month stipend 

Apply here.


The Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency was established in memory of ArtSlant’s Founder who passed away December 8, 2012. Georgia was dedicated to supporting and investing in artists and writers, and had a deep connection with the city of Paris. 

The Residency selects artists and writers who critically engage with the city of Paris, its history and its potential. It provides an opportunity for awardees to explore the cultural landscape of the city; to deepen their practice through experimention and research; and to increase exposure of their work to an international audience.

Visual artists of all mediums, art writers, and critics, 24 years or older are welcome to apply. Selection is made based on the merit of past work, the potential for future success, the ability to independently develop new work, and the proposed project’s relevance to the city of Paris. Recipients will be required to produce a serial, web-based component (blog, visual essay, hypertextual experiment, etc.) which will be hosted on

The Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency in Paris provides the recipient with lodging for 2 months in an apartment/studio in the 15th arrondissement, travel to and from Paris, and a $1000/month stipend. Residents are expected to secure their own travel documents and visas. Requirements depend on country of origin. 


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