IMéRA: Laboratory for Cross-disciplinary Exploration Residencies

Website: http://candidatures-imera.univ-amu.fr/en/call_for_application/imera-call-for-applications-2017-2018

A foundation of Aix-Marseille University, IMéRA is an Institute for Advanced Study, a research centre aimed at fostering cross-disciplinary projects. It receives scientists and artists of all disciplines (in residence between 3 and 10 months), as well as a few cross-disciplinary teams with joint projects for short stays (2 to 4 weeks). Research undertaken at the Institute is meant to develop interaction within social science, within science, between social science and hard, experimental and health sciences, and links between art and science. To be eligible, artist applicants must not have lived in France more than 12 months during the three years preceding this call for applications and carry out a research project in connection with science. This call is open to artists of all disciplines. Artists will receive a €2,300 net monthly allowance. IMéRA provides free accommodation to residents in one of the apartments of the institute in Marseille.

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Expires: November 18, 2016


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