The CCI offers bursaries including an Experimental Performance Residency, Research fellowships in the Old Library and Historical Archives, French language scholarships.
Romilly Walton Masters Residency for Experimental Performance
supported by the Centre Culturel Irlandais and Dublin Fringe Festival
This award, established in 2016 in memory of the late director, producer, scriptwriter and friend of the CCI, Romilly Walton Masters, supports the making of bold, innovative, experimental performance work in the fields of theatre, music, dance, film or visual art to be experienced by audiences in France and Ireland.
The award enables experimental theatre and performance makers in their early careers to:
- develop an idea for performance during a residency in the CCI in Paris
- show the embryonic performance piece as a work-in-progress
- showcase the final work in Paris
- present the final work in Ireland as part of Dublin Fringe Festival.
Open to applicants who are Irish or resident on the island of Ireland
Applications: From Tuesday 16 November 2021 to Friday 11 February 2022, 5pm GMT
Applicants will be notified of the outcome during the month of April.
Residential Language Scholarships in August
A number of scholarships are available each year in August aimed at cultural or media professionals who wish to improve their French language skills for professional purposes. Scholarships are for one month with accommodation at the Centre Culturel Irlandais and enrolment at an approved course at the Institut Catholique de Paris.
Applicants must be Irish or resident in Ireland and have some years of professional experience; undergraduate students are not eligible.
Applicants will be notified of the outcome at the end of March.
Applications: From Tuesday 16 November 2021 to Wednesday 12 January 2022, 5pm GMT
Applications are now closed.
Fellowship in the Old Library and Historical Archives
Due to postponement in 2020, no Fellowship bursaries will be awarded for 2021.
The Centre Culturel Irlandais offers Fellowship bursaries to encourage research on its Old Library and Historical Archives collections.
The purpose of the Fellowships is to establish the intellectual and academic value of the holdings.
Applications: From Tuesday 16 November 2021 to Monday 31 January 2022, 5pm GMT
The Rev. Liam Swords Foundation Bursary
Due to postponement in 2020, no Liam Swords Bursary will be awarded for 2021.
The Rev. Liam Swords Foundation offers one 3-month bursary to students or researchers at post-graduate level from any discipline in an Irish third-level institution. The scholarship covers travel from Ireland, accommodation at the Centre Culturel Irlandais for the months of June, July and August and a stipend.
The application for the Bursary for 2022 must be submitted by email before 17.00 on Friday 4th of March 2022 to the following email address: email@example.com
Bursary for 2018 : James McGlynn, Department of Music, University College Cork
Bursary for 2017 : William Shortall, Department of History of Art, Trinity College Dublin
Bursary for 2016: Dr. Catherine Wilsdon, School of English, Drama and Film, University College Dublin.
Bursary for 2015: Kevin Donovan, Centennial Scholar 2013-16, School of Architecture, University College Dublin