Specially for our resident artists, we offer a shared work space at FIAP centre, that artists can use when they are not busy exploring Paris.
The atelier space is conveniently located above the main staircase overlooking an outdoor terrace. There are three connected rooms, the largest room is 21 m2 and the two smaller rooms are 7.3 m2 each. The studios are surrounded by a larger meeting hall with more space for work and study.
The space is equipped with natural light through north facing windows, cross ventilation, electrical outlets, tables, chairs, and easels. The space can comfortably accommodate up to 8 resident artists, and can be arranged based on the artists preferences and needs. Artists have access to the shared studio space every day of the week.
Although this residency is not designed for a large scale art production, but rather focused on intercultural exchange, research and exploration, resident artists are invited to participate in an open studio event, present artist talk, or offer a workshop. The open studio event is usually facilitated by a residency curator and attended by the general public, and other local arts professionals.