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International artist residencies

The CCI is building relationships in order to broaden the profile of artists that spend time at the CCI. This will allow Irish artists to spend time with international contemporaries… conversations start over a cup of coffee and can lead to the most exciting collaborations.

The CCI is building relationships in order to broaden the profile of artists that spend time at the CCI. This will allow Irish artists to spend time with international contemporaries… conversations start over a cup of coffee and can lead to the most exciting collaborations.

2022/23 Residency for Ukrainian artists

Funded by the Harriman Institute, the Institute for Ideas and Imagination, Columbia Global Centers | Paris, and a gift from the Ukrainian Studies Fund, two year-long residencies at the CCI for Ukrainain artists have been awarded to journalist and author Nikita Grivorov, and film director Zoya Laktionova.

Tomi Ungerer Residency for Socially-engaged Artists

Supported by
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The Centre Culturel Irlandais, Tomi Ungerer Estate, Embassy of Ireland in France (Paris)
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Permanent Representation of Ireland to the Council of Europe, Musée Tomi Ungerer, Mairie de Strasbourg (Strasbourg)
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Embassy of France in Ireland, Firestation Artists’ Studios, Create – National Development Agency for Collaborative Arts (Dublin)
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University College Cork, The Guest House Project, West Cork Arts Centre (Co. Cork)

This newly inaugurated 1 to 2-month residency supports artists with a socially-engaged practice based in Ireland or of Irish nationality. It enables a short introduction to the work of world-renowned artist Tomi Ungerer through consultation of his archives in France together with time spent at CCI Paris to further develop their practice.

N.B. A socially-engaged practice is understood to be an art practice in which the social interaction, participation, collaboration and/or activism is integral. If you are interested in applying, please tick the relevant box in the main artist residency application form: See here

This international residency also supports a French or France-based artist with a socially-engaged practice for a 6-week residency in Ireland from 5 September to 15 October 2022. More information available here.

Please apply here (French or France-based artists):

International Residency for Theatre-makers in association with The Abbey Theatre

The Abbey Theatre is supporting a 1-month residency for a theatre-maker to develop their practice as part of an international residency opportunity in the CCI during the month of October 2022. Three other national theatres/festivals will also support three theatre-makers who will reside in the CCI during the same month. The residency will include networking opportunities for all four theatre-makers. Our international partners are the Vilnius International Theatre Festival Sirenos, Vsi Teatro informacijos centras, Lithuania and the Lithuanian Cultural Centre in Paris; Camões – Centro Cultural Português (Paris) and Teatro Nacional Dona Maria II (Portugal) and the Centre Culturel Hellénique (Paris) and National Theatre of Greece (Athens).

For Irish or Ireland-based candidates:
If you are available in October 2022 and interested in applying, you need only mention this residency in the main artist in residency application form: See here.

For applicants from Portugal and Greece only:

Paris Writer’s Residency

English-language practitioners in poetry, prose or other genres of writing are invited to apply for the fourth edition of the Paris Writer’s Residency, an initiative jointly sponsored by The American University of Paris (AUP), the Centre Culturel Irlandais, and the University of Kent Paris School of Arts and Culture (PSAC). The residency will take place at the CCI in October 2022.

Next call for applications: 2023


For all details


The Paris Writer’s Residency has previously been awarded to writer and translator Daniel Hahn (2018), poet and author Sampurna Chatterjee (2019), poet and novelist Sophie Mackintosh (2021) and poet Tracy Grinnell (2022).

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