Studio Faire offers two- or four-week residencies between April and October to artists and writers, including poets, fiction writers, creative nonfiction writers, and translators, at an early 19th-century house in Nérac, France. The residency accommodates three visitors at a time. Residents are provided with a private work space and bedroom, and use of a shared kitchen, dining room, bathroom, and gardens. The space is less than a 10-minute walk to shops, cafés, and bars, as well as a weekly farmers market, library, theater, cinema, and the Château de Nérac castle and riverside walk. The cost of the residency ranges from €895 (approximately $915) for two weeks to €1,790 (approximately $1,828) for four weeks. Applications are currently being accepted for residencies in 2023 and 2024. Using only the online application system, submit an author bio, a personal statement, and a project outline. There is no application fee. Admissions are made on a rolling basis. Visit the website for complete guidelines, the application form, and more information.
Accessibility accommodations include limited public transportation near the venue. Contact Julia Douglas for additional accessibility details.
Studio Faire, 58 Avenue Georges Clemenceau, 47600 Nérac, France. Julia Douglas, Cofounder and Residency Coordinator.