Grantham Foundation: Creation and Research Residency in Architecture with Grant


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タイプ International, Fellowship, Practitioners, scholars and researchers, Single-Stage, Onymous
ジャンル Architecture, Environment
開催地 Québec, Canada
登録締切日 14 June 2024 GoogleCal iCal
提出締切日 14 June 2024 (via Online)
応募資格 Practitioners, scholars and researchers who reside in Quebec, elsewhere in Canada or abroad, and whose research and/or creative work in architecture measures up to the environmental challenges of our time

When architecture is deeply rooted in a society and landscape and is based on an understanding of and respect for biological and cultural diversity, it has the potential to be a vector of change that can transcend personal and economic interests and allow living human and more-than-human to live on earth in better ways.
The new architecture residency program at the Grantham Foundation for the Arts and the Environment seeks to explore this potential and encourage forward thinking so as to foster an architecture that is sensitive to places and all those living in them.
At the end of the residency, the grant recipient undertakes to present the results of their work in a format jointly determined with the Foundation. Depending on the nature of the work, it could take the form of a short video, a public presentation, a publication or even an exhibition. Depending on the means selected, other organizations could be associated with this aspect of the project, which is also dependent on separate financial support.

The selection committee is comprised of independent experts who work in architecture and university contexts.

The Foundation awards a CA$5,000 grant with a three-week residency to an architect or researcher whose practice is sensitive to places and all those living in them.

Entry Fee

All applicants receive a response once the selection process is complete, no later than September 14, 2024.
3 week stay at the Foundation: Between January and December 2025

Fondation Grantham pour l'art et l'environnement

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