Partnership Programs

In addition to the Camargo Core Program, the Foundation hosts a number of partnership programs throughout the year.

LabexMed / Camargo Foundation Program

LabexMed, (the Laboratory for Excellence in Mediterranean Studies) coordinated by the Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l’Homme in Aix-en- Provence (France), has the ambition of moving further along the path towards pluridisciplinary and integrated research on the Mediterranean and encouraging the dialogue between human and social sciences and the earth, life and environmental sciences, throughout any time and geographical scales.

Since 2014, the Camargo Foundation and the LabexMed program have been working together to stimulate relations and cultural exchanges between scholars and artists of the Mediterranean Basin in order to encourage and support the development of projects at the interface between human and social sciences and the arts with the aim of a common production. As a result, for the third year, the Camargo Foundation and LabexMed (Aix-Marseille University) are offering 2-4 weeks fellowships to cross-disciplinary teams of 2 to 5 scholars and artists including one scholar based in a LabexMed center.

Please find here for information purposes the guidelines from the 2017/2018 call.


Goethe-Institut / Camargo Foundation Program

Since 2014, the Goethe-Institut Marseille and the Camargo Foundation invite individual artists or teams of up to four artists and scholars from Germany and the Mediterranean region to apply for a residency at the Camargo Foundation with each year a specific focus.

In 2016, the residency focuses on migrations and mobilities. Modernization of transports, evolutions of technologies and international policies have contributed to increased circulations of goods, information and persons. However this benefits unequally to individuals. Mobilties are becoming more and more complex with evolving trails and practices. This residency aims at contributing to thoughts and links between migrations and art practices, as well as questioning the role of art, the different esthetics and political meanings conveyed.

The residency is for one artist or a team of up to 4 artists and scholars from 3 to 6 weeks in2016/2017. At least one person needs to be living in Germany. The selected individual or team will receive a grant of 2,500 euro.

Please find here for information purposes the guidelines from the 2016/2017 call.