Est-Nord-Est 2014 Int’l Residencies for artists & curators, Quebec, ongoing

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Est-Nord-Est 2014 Residencies for artists & curators in Quebec

3 residencies offered annually in the spring, summer & fall
Artist stipend $1122 for 8 week period; Curator/writer stipend $561 for 4 week period

For over twenty years, North-East welcomes and supports from international artists. Last year, North-East integrated its programming a new residence for commissioners and author (s) Canada (ne) s contemporary art because we are convinced of the importance of diversity between the works and words.

The adventure continues, artists and curators / author (s), we invite you to apply for residencies in 2014.

Three residencies are offered per year, in the spring, summer and fall. Up to four artists and a curator or a writer may participate in each residence, eight weeks for the artists, four weeks for the curator or the writer.


Artists receive a 1122$ stipend and free lodging for the eight-week period of the residence. They also have access to an individual studio space, a woodwork shop, various tools, mainly for wood – but also metal and stone, technical and logistical support, certain electronic equipment… and a bicycle.

Curators and writers receive a 561$ stipend and free lodging for the four-week period of the residence. A 255$ writer’s fee will also be paid for texts on the residency produced for publication by Est-Nord-Est (250 words per artist). Curators and writers have access to an individual studio space, documentation on the artists, certain electronic equipment, logistical support… and a bicycle.


The artists and the curator or the writer share a collective house next door to the Est-Nord-Est studios. It has five bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room, two bathrooms and a laundry room.


Est-Nord-Est is situated in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli (3,500 inhabitants), on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River, in a region characterized by agriculture, forests, and the waterway. The origin of the centre’s name comes from this geographic situation, east-northeast of airports and city life (115 km from Quebec City and 350 km from Montreal).

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