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Deadline for submission of proposals: May 15, 2024

With access to both traditional techniques (including a new lithographic press dating back to 1860) and new facilities (3D printing and an exposure unit for light-sensitive processes), l'Atelier de l'île is launching a call for projects for one- to three-week research and creation residencies.


Interested in the opening up of printed art and the wide range of possibilities it opens up, l'Atelier de l'île invites artists to send in proposals for projects that approach printed art from different angles: reflecting on the exploration, weaving and tension between traditional and digital processes, questioning the language of printed art and its particularities, taking a conceptual or relational approach to printmaking.


We hope to receive proposals representative of cultural diversity that will enrich the reflections raised in connection with the chosen theme.


  • Residency fees 600$/week

  • Artist's presentation fees $250

  • Hosting and technical support included

  • The artist must deposit a studio copy at the end of the residency


Proposal must include

  • Artist statement (max 250 words)

  • Project description/ Proposal (max 500 words) This should specify the techniques you plan to use, your technical support requirements and the desired duration of the residency (between 1 and 3 consecutive weeks).

  • Curriculum Vitae (3 pages max)

  • 10 à 15 images and/or video links (extract of max 2 minutes)

Files must be sent by email or wetransfer to:


This artist residency program is part of a service development project made possible by the financial support of the Government of Canada, administered by United Way Centraide Canada through the Community Services Revitalization Fund.

Programme régulier

In partnership with km 42 for accommodation

résidences internationales


Deadline: any time


The International Residencies program is designed to stimulate exchanges between regional, national and international artists. It is aimed at artists with recognized skills in printmaking who are capable of working independently. Located in the heart of the village of Val-David in the Laurentians, Atelier de l'île offers an enchanting natural setting in a village renowned for its active cultural life. In an ideal context for recharging one's batteries and being inspired by the surroundings, the artist-in-residence will have access 7 days/week to a bright, spacious and dynamic shared workspace in which to carry out innovative projects.



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