Our host partner for the residency is FIAP Jean Monnet, a not-for-profit international exchange centre located in the heart of the historic art district of Montparnasse.
Imagined in the 1950s, the Centre opened in 1968 with the purpose to help Europe rebuild after the war and to fight against all forms of discrimination. Named after one of the fathers of European Union, the mission of this multifunctional Centre today is to foster exchange among people from different countries, through initiatives that promote “global citizenship”.
FIAP provides a welcoming international atmosphere with recently renovated rooms and spaces designed for your comfort.
We offer options of private, and shared rooms between 2 to 4 resident artists. All rooms have an en-suite bathroom with shower, toilet and sink. Rooms are cleaned every day, sheets and towels are provided. There is a number of rooms equipped for people with reduced mobility.
Meals and Other Amenities
In addition to accommodation, FIAP offers two restaurants and a bar area, where resident artists can enjoy their flexible meal plan, including buffet breakfast and either lunch or dinner of traditional french cuisine.
FIAP also provides plenty of common areas, an outdoor terrace and garden, laundry facilities and meeting rooms where you can work, meet and relax in peace.
Resident artists are invited to attend a variety of cultural and educational activities at FIAP, such as exhibitions and concerts, all designed to promote intercultural encounters.
Specially for our resident artists, FIAP offers a work space, which artists can use when they are not busy exploring Paris and host an Open Studio event or an Exhibition. For more details about the work space, see Atelier Studios page.
Address: FIAP Jean Monnet, 30 rue Cabanis, 75014 Paris