Daniel Langlois Foundation offers Grants for Researchers in Residence

The Montreal-based Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science and Technology is offering grants for two 3-6 month residencies.

The grants will enable researchers to work in its collections at the Centre for Research and Documentation. Topics are: technological, artistic and aesthetic history of computer animation; conceptual, scientific and artistic issues involved in preserving digital artworks or works with digital components.

This new international competition is open to historians, curators, critics, independent researchers, artists and scientists in various fields, including computer science. The cost of moving to Montreal, plus living expenses, will be paid in addition to the grant.

Details of this and other funded projects from the Foundation’s website; applications must be postmarked no later than 31 August.

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