The Richard Mille Prize supports works in French by young artists or researchers between the ages of 18 and 35, domiciled in a member country of the International Organization of La Francophonie (OIF). It is funded by the Swiss watch company Richard Mille and organized by the Swiss Center for Studies on Quebec and the Francophonie (CEQF). The call for applications is open until August 31, 2022.
The Richard Mille / CEQF Prize “La Francophonie en Debate” aims to support the production and dissemination of works in French, artistic or academic, of young artists or young researchers domiciled in a member country – full law, associates and observers – of the International Organization of La Francophonie (OIF).
The work awarded the prize must help to think about and illustrate the relationships, exchanges and interactions within the French-speaking space on the cultural, historical, economic or social level. The work, oriented by a research-creation approach, can be:
- Groundbreaking research in human and social sciences (history, sociology, political science, literature, postcolonial studies, etc.),
- An original artistic creation (literary text, song, theater, audiovisual production, graphic arts, etc.).
The Prize is funded by the Swiss watch company Richard Mille and organized by the CEQF . It is awarded every two years by an international jury.
Amount of the prize: 15,000 Swiss francs including 5,000 francs intended to present the prize in Quebec at the time of the official presentation.
Application deadline: August 31, 2022
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