ST. PAUL, MN, September 21, 2022— The Jerome Foundation is pleased to announce the 8 recipients of Jerome@Camargo residencies which will take place in 2023. Recommended by a multi-disciplinary panel comprised of artists and arts leaders and confirmed by the Jerome Board of Directors, this dynamic group of early-career artists—working across visual arts, music, literature, dance, and more—includes Janani Balasubramanian, Michael Kleber-Diggs, Amanda Krische, Ka Oskar Ly, Migiwa Miyajima, Michael Premo, Ashwini Ramaswamy, and Nicole Sealey. While in residence, artists will embark on a range of activities including research and/or creating new work addressing deeply personal, socio-political, national, and/or global themes.
The Jerome and Camargo Foundations share a common founder—Jerome Hill, an Academy Award-winning filmmaker, painter, photographer, composer, and supporter of the arts and artists in the United States and Europe. Both Foundations honor Jerome Hill’s legacy, artistic interests, and humanistic concerns.
The Jerome@Camargo program is an invitational program providing residencies to past Jerome-funded artists to conduct artistic research and create work at the Camargo Foundation in Cassis, France. The program provides time and space for artists to think, create, and reflect; to learn from a community of artists and scholars-in-residence; and to connect with resources of the Aix-Marseille-Provence area beyond the Camargo campus itself.
Artists in this program are in residence in fully-equipped apartments at The Camargo Foundation for between 4–6 weeks and receive stipends to cover honoraria, travel, food, per diem, materials, and other miscellaneous project expenses.
Brief biographies of each artist and their proposed projects can be found below by clicking on each artist.