A residency center never stops: it is first and foremost a place to live and work before being a place of performance. The Cité internationale des arts thus continues its commitment to creation, even in today's context: we support artists in residency on a daily basis.
We have decided to virtually knock on the doors of the artists in residence studios here in Paris and of those who have left to show that creation continues to take place.
For this November 5th, 2020, meet in music Youmna Saba through a photographic portrait in her studio and video excerpts selected for you!
Dialogues Afriques #2, it's live on your computer at 5:30 pm on Thursday, November 12, 2020!
A talk on the theme of Algeria, between memories of colonization and revolutionary gestures. With Bahïa Bencheikh-El-Fegoun, Alice Carré and Margaux Eskenazi.
The artist in residency, Mariette Auvray, will present her film "Palestiniennes" at the 2021 edition of the Ciné-Palestine Festival: discover the trailer now.
And in the meantime, the FCP offers you an online edition of its festival from November 10 to 15.
The 5 recipients of the TRAME program, an exceptional edition launched in 2020 by the Cité internationale des arts in response to the health crisis we are going through, are taking the pose! These French-speaking artists from all disciplines will benefit from a three-month residency in the heart of Paris.
The portraits of Dalila Boitaud-Mazaudier, Zohreh Zavareh, Leila Payet, Sabrina Ratté and Jean d'Amérique can be discovered now on our website!
At the beginning of 2021, the Anglo-Portuguese director João Viana will present his works as part of an exceptional retrospective day at the Cité internationale des arts.
A few excerpts to discover now HERE!
Escape for a few moments with the sound of qanun thanks to Palestinian musician Christine Zayed, recipient of the residency program "Cité internationale des arts & Daniel & Nina Carasso Foundation". Discover her performance HERE!
On November 21, 2020, Jean d'Amérique, Haitian writer and winner of the TRAME program, invites us to read an excerpt from his book Cathedral of the Pigs (Cathédrale des cochons), published by the