As part of its production platform, CHRONIQUES offers residency support to winning artists. Below are the partner venues for residencies. You can indicate your needs in the application form.
The GMEM is a National Center for Musical Creation directed since 2012 by Christian Sebille. It supports musical creation in all its forms and accompanies artistic teams throughout the year, notably during residencies in its new premises at the Friche la Belle de Mai. The GMEM is a producer and co-producer in the field of musical creation and conducts numerous educational, teaching and training activities. In addition to the Festival Propagations that it organizes in May, it shares all these activities with the public during Modulations, residency outings, season concerts, installations, meetings and multiple collaborations.
Possible hosting: December 4-15, 2023 / March 2024 / November 2024 Resources: Le Module, Le Grand Studio, recording studio
SCENE44, a European stage for choreographic creation and digital innovation, supported by the structure Danse 34, Productions, and directed by n + n Corsino, is a creative hub and a laboratory for shared experimentation. It develops the reception of artists and researchers in residence, and promotes the relations between artistic creation, research and digital innovation. Its actions are turned towards a relationship with the living and are close to the notion of applied research, they measure the viability and the potential of a technology through its artistic treatment.
Possible hosting: One week in the first semester 2024, one week in the second semester 2024, to be determined with the selected artist Resources: Artistic factory space
Since 1983 in Aix-en-Provence, within the Montperrin psychiatric hospital, in an exceptional natural and patrimonial setting dating back to the 19th century, the 3 bis f has been developing a project of hospitality around multidisciplinary contemporary creation in the performing and visual arts. Each year, about twenty projects led by artists and companies are welcomed in residence for research or creation. The art center approaches hospitality in all its forms and works to create porosities between care, creation and the city through art.
Possible hosting: 2 to 3 weeks of residence between September and November 2024, only for the live performance / hybrid artwork / performance projects that will be presented at 3 bis f as part of the Biennial of Digital Imaginaries 2024. Resources: 100 m2 / 85 seats performance hall – retractable tier – accommodation (up to 5 beds in 2 rooms).
Located at the 109 in Nice, an artistic wasteland, the Hublot has been promoting creation since 2004 by encouraging the relationship between live performance, dance, music and theater and the digital arts. The originality of its approach is its desire to explore new artistic forms, to leave traditional performance venues and to question the relationship that audiences have with artistic creation. Le Hublot has the necessary means and materials to create digital artwork. Each year, several creative projects, mixing dance, music and digital technologies are supported by the Hublot.
Possible hosting : To be determined with the selected artist according to his/her needs Resources: a 6X5 m stage, an exhibition space, a medialab and fablab, rehearsal spaces for theater, dance and music
A historic monument rehabilitated by Jean-Michel Wilmotte, the Grenier à sel is now dedicated to forms of artistic expression that link art, science and technology in the contemporary world. The Grenier à sel exists thanks to the EDIS endowment fund, a general interest organization created by the patron Régis Roquette. Its objective is to better understand the challenges of our digital society, through artistic expressions and the poetic vision of each artist. EDIS supports and disseminates emerging artistic forms through production support, exhibitions, cultural mediation and residencies at the Grenier à Sel.
Possible hosting: from August 20 to September 20, 2024, as well as in January 2024 and 2025, only for the projects that will be shown at the Grenier à Sel during the Biennial of Digital Imaginaries 2024 Resources: a large work space and audio and video equipment will be made available
Located at La Friche La Belle de Mai in Marseille since 1992, the AMI is a general interest structure for artists (musicians and polymaths), cultural entrepreneurs and residents of the metropolitan and regional area.
Today the AMI is a driving force behind a strategy on a local, regional and European scale, developing an increase in competence across the entire value chain of support, from incubation to development, the missing link in the ecosystem of the sector and the music industry (ICC). 5 axes articulated in a 360° logic to carry this ambition: -Support for cultural entrepreneurship: the foundation and construction of the project community (Business incubator, co-working, consulting and training, networking and internationalization). – Rehearsal & professionalization & integration of artists: An accompaniment path, from service design, pre-production to networking (professionalization training, coaching and technical support). – Residencies & creation: Tools, a network of actors and artistic expertise for emergence and creation (commissions and co-productions, support for creation (staging, scenography, technical development), European and international cooperation). – Programming & highlights: To make visible the process of accompaniment and the defense of its artistic line by proposing the framework of innovative meetings with the public (co-productions, concerts and festivals JAMAIS D’EUX SANS TOI and HIP-HOP SOCIETY). Cultural practices & actions: To encourage artistic practice, the relationship with creation and its professions to generate the sourcing of tomorrow (workshops, mediation, EAC).
The AMI is therefore the place to welcome aspiring or confirmed artists thanks to the work spaces offered by its 6 creation studios (including an ERP of 100 m2 with an equipped stage) but also a place to support and welcome tomorrow’s cultural entrepreneurs via its Dynamo platform (resource center, training, consulting, coworking).
KLAP Maison pour la danse, a permanent venue for choreographic art initiated by Michel Kelemenis, places creation at the heart of every action. Located in the heart of Marseille’s third arrondissement, Kelemenis & cie and the artists they welcome, both emerging and established, local and international companies, conceive their artwork from the first thought to the last touch-up, nourishing the activity of the space with the diversity of their experiences and aesthetics. KLAP is also a space for sharing and raising awareness of the art of dance. Translated with DeepL
KLAP Maison pour la danse, a permanent venue for choreographic art initiated by Michel Kelemenis, places creation at the heart of every action. Located in the heart of Marseille’s third arrondissement, Kelemenis & cie and the artists they welcome, both emerging and established, local and international companies, conceive their artwork from the first thought to the last touch-up, nourishing the activity of the space with the diversity of their experiences and aesthetics. KLAP is also a space for sharing and raising awareness of the art of dance.
Possible hosting : Hosting in residence for one or two weeks during July 2024 Resources : Residencies at KLAP
Lieux publics is a place of creation and production for artists and companies who make the city the place, the object and the subject of their reflections. The center has numerous facilities: a 425 m2 assembly and rehearsal hall, a construction workshop equipped for wood and metal work, a 160 m2 blackout rehearsal room, a writing room, a sound studio, a storage space, accommodation, not to mention shared outdoor spaces at the Cité des arts de la rue, where Lieux publics is located.
Currently directed by Alexis Nys, Lieux publics is in charge of piloting the European network IN SITU: 19 partners in 13 countries ensure co-productions and cross-programming, nomadic European residencies, seminars and reflections, identification and actions on the scale of our continent. Lieux publics programs shows, initiates cultural actions, and invents new relationships with the public in Marseille and in the region.
Possible hosting : To be determined with the selected artist according to his/her needs, only for the winning projects of the call for projects “creation for public space” within the framework of the Biennial of Digital Imaginaries 2024 Resources : The spaces of the creation center
VV proposes, each year, a program of residences in a heritage context in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region. Landscapes, trades, architectural sites, small businesses, are contexts of research and creation for the artists we invite. A residence dedicated to emerging artists is open to young graduates of art schools in Toulon, Marseille and Aix en Provence, in conjunction with a curatorial residence. The Watergame Festival, which takes place in a garden in Aix-en-Provence, is conducive to performance art, and other collaborations with Art-O-Rama, the Frac PACA, the Port de Bouc plastic arts center and Chroniques give rise to other exhibition projects each summer. A work of artistic and cultural education in view of the distant public, accompanies all our actions.
Possible hosting: 5 non-consecutive weeks in an EPV-labeled company between March and October 2024 Resources: Research and production grant – accommodation – travel – transport – assistance from the Voyons Voir team – small management
Located in Lourmarin, one of the most beautiful villages in France, it is a place to work thanks to its Lab’, its coworking, its Multimedia Space and its event spaces. It is also a meeting place, especially during the producers’ market, and a cultural place offering festivals, artistic residencies, exhibitions, etc. Its mission: to encourage sharing, collaboration and interaction between the various users, in order to create a positive impact on the territory, both economically, socially and culturally. La Fruitière Numérique has surrounded itself with a network of partners with whom it shares these same values. For several years now, La Fruitière Numérique has supported artistic creation, notably by hosting artists in residence. These residencies aim to – to encourage encounters between artists, users of La Fruitière Numérique and, more broadly, the inhabitants of the Village, – to encourage the emergence of talent and creative inspiration by welcoming artists and providing them with spaces, know-how and a network of partners.
Possible hosting: To be determined with the selected artist according to his/her needs. Only for the winning projects of the “regional emerging creation” call for projects, in the framework of the Biennial of Digital Imaginaries 2024 Resources: 90m² workshop, ground floor space technically designed for visual immersion (blind room), technical support for manufacturing and prototyping, provision of machines and equipment according to availability, contact with the network of partners, accommodation
6MIC is articulated around three strong notions: Music, Technology and Democracy, which form the artistic direction of the project as a whole. The artistic project aims to defend a demanding, committed and innovative programming. The choices made by the team aim primarily to promote the diversity of musical aesthetics, to encourage artistic emergence and to promote local operators and artists while respecting the principle of parity. Because all music must be able to be played, listened to, taught and shared, regardless of one’s level or experience, whether through amateur practices in the studios, developing groups in the club or recognized artists in the large hall.
The Théâtre Massalia is a “Scène conventionnée d’intérêt national Art, Enfance, Jeunesse” which offers shows for young audiences for families, adolescents, children and toddlers. All year long, the program is spread out in school sessions, on weekends and in the evening. Located at the Friche la Belle de Mai in Marseille, the Théâtre Massalia hosts shows in theater, puppetry, music, dance, circus, object theater… Around the autumn school vacations, it coordinates an annual festival dedicated to the arts of puppetry and object theater: the Festival En Ribambelle! This one radiates on the whole Bouches-du-Rhône, from Aubagne to Istres, passing by Miramas, Marseille or Vitrolles among others.
Possible hosting: 2024, to be determined with the selected artist Resources : Residency spaces at the Friche la Belle de Mai in Marseille, to be determined with the selected artist