Sydney Printmakers member Neilton Clarke is currently undertaking a residency at Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris until the new year, on what is his fifth sojourn, having first gone there from 1988 to 1989 on an AGNSW Moya Dyring Scholarship. Hosting artists, musicians, writers, academics and the like from around the globe, the Cité was co-founded in 1965 by husband-&-wife team Felix and Simone Brunau, the latter of whom, as its secretary general, president, and honorary president, passed away in 2021 at the age of 95. Spread over two Paris locales – the Marais site in the 4th arrondissement, and the Montmartre site in the 18th arrondissement – its individual live-in studios are supplemented by a range of facilities including an auditorium, rehearsal studios, and collective studios for both printmaking and ceramics. The Café des Arts offers residents a place to take a break and meet fellow artists.
Goto https://www.citedesartsparis.net for the website.