Each Heritage Site for Culture sets out a policy or programme for residencies, in synergy with its history and responding to aesthetic, social, environmental, civic and scientific issues.

Residencies hosted by the Heritage Sites for Culture are characterised by a coherent link between modernity and heritage, the promotion of culture and the involvement of local residents. They promote dialogue between the arts and other disciplines, and in particular encourage original creative work. Residency programmes encourage meetings between resident artists, audiences and the local area.

The ACCR itself also coordinates two residency programmes in cooperation with its members and the Ministry of Culture – Odyssée (since 2003) and NORA (since 2016).

Odyssée

With the support of the French Ministry of Culture, the Association of Cultural Encounter Centres (ACCR) coordinates the ‘Odyssée’ residency programme....
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Nora

The call is aimed at artists, researchers and culture professionals from Near and Middle East and from Africa, who have recently received a refugee status in France;...
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NAFAS - ACCR artist-in-residency program

In response to the acute crisis in Lebanon, which has had a devastating impact on the Lebanese arts scene, the Institut français, the Association des Centres...
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