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September 28, 2009

2009 Jean-Claude Reynal Scholarship: Call for Applications

Jean-Claude Reynal Foundation
Conditions

Candidates must be between 20 and 30 years of age and have had an artistic practice on paper for at least two years. All artists are eligible regardless of educational background or nationality.

50 % of the scholarship money will be paid before departure and 50 % at the time and place of the residency.

The prize winner authorizes the Reynal Foundation to use a work of his/her choice on the media announcing the following year’s scholarship competition. The chosen work will be approved by the executive committee.

Modalities of participation

Registration only online on the web page http://www.rosab.net/bourse-reynal/ that allows to:

1. fill in the application form (studies, curriculum, travel project);
2. upload your portfolio as a PDF file (maximum filesize: 10 MB).

Schedule

Deadline for online registration: 15th of November 2009.

A first examination and selection will take place in the beginning of December.

The selected artists will have to send three original works on paper (drawings or prints of all kinds), the dimensions of which must not exceed 40 × 60 cm (15-3/4 × 23-5/8 in.).

Works must be sent or hand-delivered no later than the 20th of December 2009 to:

* Ann-Gaëlle Coomber
École des beaux-arts de Bordeaux
7 rue des Beaux-Arts
33800 Bordeaux cedex
France
* Telephone:
+33 (0) 5 56 33 49 10
* E-mail:
[email protected]

Candidates will be informed of results (first examination and final selection) by e-mail.

Original works will be returned within a reasonable time frame.

Jury

Works will be examined by the following jury:

* A representative of the Foundation of France;
* Mrs Claire Jacquet,
director of the Frac-Collection Aquitaine;
* Mrs Sylvie Boulanger,
director of the National Center for Engraving and Printed Art;
* Mrs Guadalupe Echevarria,
director of the Fine Arts School of Bordeaux;
* Mrs Hélène Lemoine,
qualified professional;
* Mr Yann Chateigné,
head of programming at the CAPC Musée, Bordeaux;
* Mr Pierre Ponant,
graphic art historian, teacher at the Fine Arts School of Bordeaux;
* Mr Christian Jean-Dit-Cazaux,
appraiser, author;
* Mr Robert Frelaut,
engraver, printer;
* Mr Ivan Lacaze,
former director of Cultural Affairs of the City of Bordeaux;
* Mr Julien Drochon,
graphic designer, Orbis Pictus Club publishing house, Docile collective, Bordeaux;
* Mr Louis-Guy Gayan,
representative of the Jean-Claude Reynal Foundation.

Thank you!

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