Jerome@Camargo
2017–18
Grantees

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2017 Art Matters / Jerome@Camargo Residency

This artist residency opportunity is a partnership between Art Matters, Jerome Foundation and the Camargo Foundation, which provides artists time to think, create and reflect; learn from other artists and scholars; and connect with resources and opportunities in the Provence region in France. Four artists are selected through a call for Art Matters and Jerome grantees to participate in month-long residencies at Camargo Foundation, a residential center located in the scenic town of Cassis, France.

    The artists selected for the 2017 Art Matters/Jerome@Camargo Residency are:

    • Sadie Barnette
    • t’ai freedom ford
    • LaMont Hamilton
    • Sangamithra Iyer

    Learn more about the artists and their projects.

    2018 Movement Research/Jerome@Camargo Choreographic Residency

    Through Movement Research Exchange (MRX), Movement Research works in partnership with local, national and international partnering organizations to offer exchange opportunities to Movement Research Artists-in-Residence and Faculty. MRX Camargo is supported by the Jerome Foundation and offers two panel-selected eligible artists a four-week supported residency at the Camargo Institute in Cassis, France.

    Eligible artists are those who have received support over the last five years from the Jerome Foundation through at least one NYC partnering organization including Brooklyn Arts Exchange (BAX), Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance (BAAD!), Harlem Stage, or Movement Research.

    The 2018 Movement Research/Jerome@Camargo Choreographic Residency awardees are:

    The Cultural Diaspora: African-American and African Playwrights Creative Residency

    The Jerome Foundation also supported The Cultural Diaspora program at Camargo with a $21,500 grant for 2018. The program brings together mid-career/established African and African-American text-based theater artists from opposite ends of the Africanist diaspora to share work, ideas and strategies for surviving as Black artists.

    The Program's 2018 Residents are:

    • Bode Asiyanbi, Nigeria
    • France-Luce Benson, US
    • Kara Lee Corthron, US
    • Kimberly Ellis, US
    • Blessing Hungwe, Zimbabwe
    • Zainabu Jallo, Switzerland
    • Genevieve Jessee, US
    • Femi Osofisan, Nigeria

    Learn more about the program.