Founded in 1987, CEAAC aims to develop contemporary art in the Grand Est Region, both by supporting creation and its promotion or dissemination.
Exhibitions have been held at the Art Centre since 1995. Pursuing an ideal of democratization and access to culture and art, the aspect of education and mediation constitutes an essential part of its activites.
The International Space diplays the works of foreign artists hosted in residency by CEAAC and artists from the Grand Est who were supported during their stay abroad.
Finally, the publication of exhibition catalogues and books published in the context of artistic installations outside the walls complete this work of awareness and dissemination. In addition, artistic installations throughout the region introduce the projects of various artists and contribute to wider the visibility of contemporary art.
Depending on the type of the partnership and length of their stay, the laureate international artists benefit from :
- Flat, studio and bike
- Human and technical support of the artist’s project
- Round-trip airfare
- Residency grants (allowance for living and production)
- Exhibition at the CEAAC International Space
- Publication (edited by the CEAAC)
From 1 to 3 months.
Candidates are selected on the basis of a portfolio and artistic project, following Open calls for applications.
The members of the jury are invited to meet two or three times a year.
The jury is composed of artistic experts, directors of institutions, as well as collectors and artists.
obligations of the residents
The artists should produce new works during their residency.
They’re also responsible of the premises they’re occupying (workshop studio and flat).
Actions towards audiences
Open studios, guided tours, concerts and / or performance on proposal of the artists.
Centre Européen d’Actions Artistiques Contemporaines
Evelyne Loux, Directrice
7 rue de l'abreuvoir
F-67000 Stasbourg — France
T : +33(0)3 88 25 69 70