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The call for proposals for the Residence Program is addressed to artists, authors and curators who wish to develop their own works in the field of contemporary art. Two beneficiaries will be selected for this call for proposals, who will spend three months in Paris. Applicants must indicate that they are available and the call is open to artists from the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Austria, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Croatia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Russia, Turkey, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The application deadline for this year's call for applications from 1 January 2016 to 31 March 2017 is 30 January 2018.

The deposit, which is equivalent to the amount of the monthly service, must be paid within two months of arrival and returned at the end of the stay in the inventory. A payment made on the planned day of return to Paris on or after 31 March 2017 will result in a one-month social security bill.

Unfortunately, the live studios available do not meet current standards in terms of accessibility for the disabled, but we are working to address this situation in the future. Please read below for information on practical issues and consult these elements before submitting your application. If you have any questions about the availability of a live studio in your area or other services, we are happy to be at your disposal. Live studios are located in Paris, London, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and London.

It is not particularly well lit, contains a lot of light but not much color and contains very little detail, such as the color of the walls or the size of each piece. You can make it more interesting by putting it on display in a traditional display case or painting the words close to the wall.

As you can see, there is no ridiculously painted sunset or palm trees that could be produced for tourists. If you visit Guadeloupe, you should definitely visit the museum, which is considered a must-see - for all visitors. At this location, this section is not really a separate space, but the exhibition of artworks themselves is used to define the space. The first room displays all the small details of the island's colonial history. The historical objects are mixed with other works of art such as paintings, sculptures, paintings and sculptures from other countries.

The small museum gallery and shop lead through the history of Guadeloupe, from colonial times to the present and even into modern times.

The Cite internationale des arts opens each year for two months with a project based on a call for artists to work on their work for up to six months.

In the Marais Montmartre, the studio and creative spaces that benefit the inhabitants enable them to live together and, ultimately, mobility encourages residences and projects in the territories of the artists. The Cite internationale des arts and its partners support artistic creation by creating new spaces for artists and their families.

Nevertheless, Kreol West Indies makes every effort to source all its articles from locally produced materials, and the quality is excellent. If you have the money to invest in art, you will find pieces that speak to the artists from the Caribbean, whether they call themselves galleries or museums or not, because it would be more honest if the artworks were for sale.

It is also believed that the items sold represent a greater source of income, enabling them to display their historical art collection. Given the success of this combination, I find beachwear sales rather indulgent, as long as they support the museum's existence.

We did not spend much time in the gift shop as we had a very low budget, but there is a large collection of butterflies produced on Guadeloupe's main islands, like here.

Cite internationale des arts is an artist residence in the heart of Paris, bringing together artists and enabling them to carry out creative and research projects across disciplines. We work with a unique concept of showcasing top Caribbean artists while showcasing local and historical objects in the same space.

DAC Guadeloupe is responsible for implementing the cultural policy established by the government under the responsibility of the Prefect of Guadalupe. We are also committed to developing a strong cultural heritage and identity for our entire country.

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