Cirva - call for a production residency / visual artist

March 7, 2017 | By French Culture Arts

The Cirva (International Glass and Visual Arts Research Centre) launches a call for a residency in 2017-2018, intended to a visual artist.

Through this residency, the Cirva aims to further develop its mission as a centre of art and
production dedicated to international contemporary creation, whilst supporting artists in all
stages of their work, from research to exhibition.
The Cirva offers a research and production residency to a visual artist on the basis of a
proposal for a project outlined in a written proposal.

Project registration deadline: April 30, 2017

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The Cirva (International Glass and Visual Arts Research Centre) is a contemporary art centre
located in Marseilles, France.
It is dedicated to research, development and production, and is equipped with an impressive
range of glass working equipment, allowing the creation of one-off pieces and small series.
Established in 1983, the centre welcomes artists who wish to use glass in innovative projects.
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