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[Sound Walk] Listening: opening ourselves to the horizon
Thursday, July 6, 2020 from 6 to 7:30pm
Sound is the result of movement. Here we will start by slowing down, maybe stopping, to be able to listen to what is moving around us.
How to listen? What is our aptitude for listening in this place?
And what can we hear? What can we notice when we rely on our ears? [...]
Event is organized in partnership with the gmem-CNCM-marseille.
[Announcement] Camargo Core Program 2020-2021 Fellows Announced
July 24, 2020
The Camargo Foundation has announced the 2020-2021 Fellows of the Core Program, its historical and flagship program. Each year an international call is launched through which 18 fellows (9 artists and 9 scholars/thinkers) are selected.
Winners are awarded residencies from 6 to 11 weeks in a stunning, contemplative environment where they have the space, time, and freedom to think, create, and connect. With each cohort of Fellows, the Foundation strives to foster connections between research and creation. Since 1971, the Camargo Foundation has awarded residencies to over 800 Core Program Fellows as part of its mission to support groundbreaking research, experimentation, and interdisciplinary approaches in the Arts and Humanities.
This year, the winners were selected from more than 850 applications submitted from 103 countries. Congratulations to the following fellows:
- David Birkin, Artist & Writer, US
- Cristina Corsi, Scholar in Archaeology, Italy
- Elsa Dorlin, Scholar in Social and Political Philosophy, France
- Samuel Fury Childs Daly, Scholar in History, US
- Ladee Hubbard, Writer, US
- Salomé Lamas, Visual Artist, Portugal
- Carlos Gutiérrez, Composer, Bolivia
- Michael Harrison, Composer, US
- Erica Johnson, Scholar in Caribbean Literature, US
- Dong Li, Writer, Germany
- Alireza Mirmohammadi, Choreographer, Iran
- Eva Müller, Visual Artist, Germany
- Louly Seif, Filmmaker, Egypt
- Maya Smith, Scholar in Linguistics, US
- Kate Stevens, Scholar in History, New Zealand
- Henry Stoll, Scholar in Musicology, US
- Laura Wagner, Writer, US
- Julia Weist & Nestor Siré, Artists, US & Cuba
[Music] The Mediterranean Youth Orchestra and the Festival d'Aix in creative residency at the Camargo Foundation
June 22—July 4, 2020
The Intercultural Medinea Sessions of the Mediterranean Youth Orchestra (MYO) are open to a dozen of young and talented musicians from the Mediterranean basin (building their careers to become professional artists) and who have an intense practice of musical improvisation, even of the composition. Each session is designed for a large diversity of musical aesthetics and Mediterranean expressions and hosts all styles of music using elements of improvisations (jazz, traditional music, early music, etc.).
Fabrizio Cassol, composer and jazzman in residence at the Camargo Foundation, guides these sessions and proposes to experiment with techniques of collective composition, within an ensemble, with the aim of leading to the creation of a common musical production which also reveals individual singularities. This training offers a unique intercultural experience of the life of an ensemble in creation, in rehearsals and on tour.
In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, the mobility of many artists has been restricted to short distances within the borders of their own countries. For this reason, the Mediterranean Youth Orchestra is proposing a unique and innovative version of its traditional Medinea Session led by Fabrizio Cassol, all the while continuing to respect the necessary sanitary regulations in place. Thanks to exceptional measures put in place, artists at the Fondation Camargo in Cassis and artists in their homes or in their confinement locations will work together to create a collective composition that will be performed and shared with the help of online tools.
Session organized by the Mediterranean Youth Orchestra and the Festival d'Aix-en-Provence, with the support of Medinea, the European Union's Erasmus Plus Program, Fondation Orange, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation and the Mécénat Musical Société Général.
Learn more about the Intercultural Medinea Sessions
Learn more about Fabrizio Cassol
Replay of the concert
Concert recorded on July 3, 2020 at the Camargo Foundation
[Cinema] Outdoor screening of "Zabriskie Point" by Michelangelo Antonioni [FULLY BOOKED]
August 5, 2020 at 9:30pm
Please note that some scenes may contain images that may offend the sensibilities of visitors.
Los Angeles, 1969, protest is growing in the academic community. Marc, a lonely young man, is ready to die for the revolution but he cannot stand to be bored to death. Witnessing a shooting in which a black student is shot by a policeman, he is about to shoot back when suddenly the policeman is shot. Fearing prosecution for a crime he did not commit, he flies into the desert on a stolen plane...
This outdoor screening will take place in the open-air theatre of the Camargo Foundation.
Animations from 8:30 pm will be proposed by the Calanques National Park.
- Limited number of seats
Booking is recommended at firstname.lastname@example.org
- The respect of barrier gestures is essential and remains in force.
Please bring your own masks and hydroalcoholic gels.
This event is produced by the Camargo Foundation, the Calanques National Park and Cinémas du sud & tilt.
- Learn more here.