Curator, Photography and New Media
Deadline 25 January 2021

Virtual Fellowship Program
Deadline 8 February 2021

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The Multidisciplinary Research Program is organized around lines of inquiry defined and directed by the CCA and supported by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s Architecture, Urbanism, and the Humanities initiative. Participants in this program are selected through a peer-reviewed process.

The Research Fellowship Program allows for scholars, practitioners, thinkers, researchers, writers, and curators to pursue interdisciplinary research on architecture, urbanism, and design at the CCA. Applications for the fellowship are accepted every summer.

The Doctoral Students Residency Program offers PhD candidates four to six-week summer residencies, to pursue archival research on the CCA’s collection. The CCA accepts applications and nominations for the Doctoral Students Program every winter.

The Master’s Students Program is a three-month residency at the CCA for master’s students enrolled in professional and post-professional architecture, landscape architecture, environmental design, and urban design programs in Canada, regardless of citizenship. The CCA opens applications for the program every winter.

Curatorial Internships allow for young professionals to become acquainted with the CCA’s curatorial approach through a nine-month internship in Montréal. The CCA accepts internship applications starting in early winter.

The Emerging Curator Program offers candidates with the opportunity to produce a project, related to contemporary debates in architecture, urban issues, landscape design and/or socio-cultural dynamics, with the CCA. The program is currently being redesigned and rethought so the CCA will therefore not open the call for 2020–2021 applications. The program should resume in 2021–2022.  

Editorial submissions

We welcome article proposals, especially on topics that articulate a direct relationship with existing themes—or “Issues”—on the site. To submit a proposal for consideration by the editorial committee, please write to publications@cca.qc.ca. Please be sure to include your name, affiliation, and contact information, as well as an abstract. We do not accept submissions of work already published elsewhere.


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