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.


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 2019, the CIPM and the Camargo Foundation have been inviting poets in residence, along with public events in Marseille or Cassis.


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 2018, the Camargo Foundation has been hosting an annual concert of the Mediterranean Youth Orchestra's Intercultural Creation Session directed by Maestro Fabrizio Cassol. This event takes place in the open-air theatre of the Foundation. In 2020, the Medinea session was hosted for 15 days for a time of composition.


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 opportunity is awarded each year to a FIDLab project, the international coproduction platform of FIDMarseille, the International Film Festival of Marseille. Since 2014, the partnership with the FIDLab for the Camargo Foundation Prize has enabled almost ten directors to benefit from tailor-made support, developed with the FID team, through contacts and distribution assistance, according to their needs. +
For filmmakers
Awardees of the FIDLab at Camargo prize
Development / production / post-production


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.


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


The gmem - national centre for musical creation in Marseille - and the Camargo Foundation have been working together since 2014, as part of residency programs for composers and sound artists. In 2020, following the health crisis, they launched the residency program "On the Horizon" to help composers from the region to regain their creativity and links with the public. +
For composers, sound artists & musicians
By invitation only
Research / experimentation / production


The Camargo Foundation regularly works with French Institutes around the world (India, Afghanistan, Turkey, etc.) within the framework of residency programs for international artists.



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


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


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.
Recently, Camargo has welcomed Aziz Hazara as part of the exhibition at the Mucem "Kharmohra, Art under fire in Afghanistan" (2019). + For artists and scholars (all disciplines)

By invitation from the Mucem only
Research / experimentation / production


In 2018, the Calanques National Park, OSU Institut Pythéas (Aix-Marseille University, CNRS, IRD) and the Camargo Foundation launched the residency program "The Calanques, Land of Science and Source of Inspiration" in order to support eight international artists in their reflection upon the human/nature relationship. This partnership is still ongoing.


Since 2017, this partnership has made it possible each year to support two young composers from the Voix Nouvelles program during their residency at the Camargo Foundation. +
For music composers
Research / experimentation