Partnership Programs

The Camargo Foundation hosts a number of partnership programs throughout the year, which are programmed and produced in collaboration with several partners in the United States and in Europe.


The Jerome@Camargo program provides residencies for artists from all disciplines who have received support from the Jerome Foundation — also founded by Jerome Hill and based in St Paul, Minnesota, United States — in the past five years. +
For artists, all disciplines
By invitation from the Jerome Foundation only
Experimentation / research / production


Since 2014, the Goethe@Camargo program has provided residencies for artists and thinkers based in Germany and working on the topic of migrations and mobilities in the Mediterranean region. +
For artists, all disciplines
Experimentation / research / production


Created in 2020, this residency program aims to bring together scholars and artists in order to develop a collective production, between the social sciences and all fields of the arts.


Since 2014, the Camargo Foundation has welcomed up to two artists and/or scholars per year as part of its partnership with the Mucem - Museum of European and Mediterranean civilizations. +
For artists and scholars (all disciplines)
By invitation from the Mucem only
Research / experimentation / production


This program offer residencies for artists working with music and sound. +
For composers, sound artists & musicians
By invitation only
Research / experimentation / production


This residency opportunity is awarded each year to a FIDLab project, the international coproduction platform of FIDMarseille, the International Film Festival of Marseille. +
For filmmakers
Awardees of the FIDLab at Camargo prize
Development / production / post-production


Festival de Marseille

Residency opportunity for artists in the music and performing arts fields. +
For music and performing artists
By invitation from the Festival de Marseille only
Research / experimentation / production


This residency program is designed for Chicago’s women artists, artists of color, and artists with disabilities who work in the performing, teaching, and visual arts. +
For artists from all disciplines
Open to 3Arts awardees only
Experimentation / research / production


Since 2017, this program has offered residencies to music composers. +
For music composers
Research / experimentation


This residency opportunity was launched in 2019 for multidisciplinary artists residing in Africa and the Caribbean.



The CAMARGO - FRAC - GOETHE collaborative residency program supports one international project led by a team of artists and scholars willing to explore the Aix-Marseille-Provence Metropolitan Area.


A residency program for interdisciplinary crossovers and exchanges between arts and research in the Humanities and Social Sciences. +
For teams of artists (all disciplines) and scholars in HSS
Next call: spring 2019
Experimentation / research


A residency program for poets, along with public events, both at the Cipm and at Camargo, launched in 2020.