Jerome@Camargo 2024-26 Residents Announced

Jan 29, 2024

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ST. PAUL, MN, January 29, 2024— Jerome Foundation is pleased to announce the twelve recipients of Jerome@Camargo residencies, which will take place in 2024-2026. Recommended by a multi-disciplinary panel comprised of artists and arts leaders and confirmed by Jerome Foundation’s Board of Directors, this dynamic group of early-career artists—working across multiple artistic fields, including visual arts, music, literature, dance, performing arts, film, and more—includes: Leila Bordreuil, Ama Codjoe, Carson Faust, Joua Lee Grande, Prince Harvey, Su Hwang, Modesto Jimenez, Gamin Kang, Hasabie Kidanu, Simon Liu, Leslie Parker, and Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay

While in residence, artists are offered the time and space to think, create, and reflect; to learn from an international community of artists and scholars-in-residence at the Camargo campus; and to connect with resources of the Aix-Marseille-Provence area and beyond. “Inspired by our Founder Jerome Hill’s artistic interests, innovation and risk are among Jerome Foundation’s core values,” shared Jerome President Eleanor Savage, “Nurturing curiosity and diversity of thought are critical ingredients for innovative work. The Foundation is excited to support this opportunity for early career artists in partnership with Camargo Foundation and look forward to what may come from their experiences.” 

Brief biographies of each artist can be found below along with descriptions of their proposed research and new work development, addressing deeply personal, socio-political, national, and global themes.


Jerome Foundation and Camargo Foundation were founded by 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 as an artist and philanthropist through ongoing investments in artists and the arts.

Jerome Foundation seeks to contribute to a dynamic and evolving culture by supporting the creation, development, and production of new works by early career artists based in Minnesota and New York City. The Foundation makes grants to early career artists and those nonprofit arts organizations that serve them in the state of Minnesota and the five boroughs of New York City.  The Foundation’s grantmaking is guided by the values of intersectional racial equity, diversity, innovation, risk, and humility.

The Camargo Foundation is a residential center offering programming in the humanities and the arts. It provides time and space in a contemplative environment to think, create, and connect. The Foundation encourages the visionary work of scholars, artists, and leading thinkers in the arts and humanities from around the world.