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Call for applications for an artistic creation for Neuflize OBC

Reserved for 3rd, 4th and 5th year students and DNSAP 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 graduates of the Beaux-Arts de Paris

Terms and conditions

The Neuflize OBC Foundation, patron of the visual arts and photography, and patron of the Beaux-Arts de Paris since 2013 (photo workshops, new Photo Lab), is inviting certain students and young graduates of the School to compete for the creation of a work in volume, made from copies of a monograph on the bank, which will be displayed in the new headquarters of Neuflize OBC.

  • Open theme
  • The works can be supplied in large numbers and can be transformed
  • The work may be mounted in situ
  • The work created must be an original creation
  • Certificate of insurance covering civil liability required for each winner and any assistants + professional extension
  • Prize for the winning artist(s): €5,000 including tax for copyright and material transfer, including production costs.


Scouting visit, Wednesday 18 January 2023 at 9:30 am, meeting point in front of 59 rue de Courcelles

EXTENSION: Submission of applications until 19 March 2023 (midnight)

Applicants must submit a single PDF file of less than 15 MB containing

  • description of the project envisaged with a note of intent
  • sketches, simulations, photos of the works and their setting
  • contact details: surname, first name, address, telephone number, email address, year of study or degree
  • mini-portfolio with a 3 or 4 page CV

Submit your applications to : NEUFLIZE OBC 2023

A jury composed of representatives of Neuflize OBC and the Beaux-Arts de Paris will meet to select the winning project. The production will take place in the wake of this, for an in situ installation in autumn 2023.


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Call for projects for the third edition of the Prix Dior de la Colle Noire 

Reserved for 3rd, 4th and 5th year students of the Beaux-Arts de Paris, whether or not they are participants in the chair

Created in connection with the chair "Living in the landscape - Art meets the living".
High definition photos and videos can be viewed at the following link: 2023 CONSULTATION COLLE NOIRE PROJECT

Applications must be submitted before midnight on 21 March 2023

by clicking on the following link: 2023 COLLE NOIRE PROJECT SUBMISSION


  • Spotting at the Colle Noire (near Grasse) at the beginning of April with the artists of the 10 pre-selected projects
  • Exhibition in the Chapel from 30 May to 4 June of the 10 projects - A jury selects 3 nominees who receive an endowment of €2,500 each to provide a sketch 
  • Designation of the winning artist in June - €10,000 prize money and payment by Dior for the production of the work up to €50,000 
  • On Thursday 2 February from 2.30 to 4pm in the amphitheatre of honour, an information session will take place with the project's actors, which we strongly recommend you attend.

Please confirm your presence at


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Call for applications to enter the Société Générale Collection

Reserved for DNSAP graduates from 2018 to 2022 from the Beaux-Arts de Paris

For the third consecutive year, Société Générale wishes to enrich its collection of works by young graduates of the Beaux-Arts de Paris.

  • 5 artists may be selected
  • endowment per work of approximately €5,000

You can consult the artists in the collection, which includes a number of current or former studio heads at the Beaux-Arts de Paris and several young artists who have graduated from the School. 

Thank you for your submissions before March 22 at midnight on the following link:


Société Générale is a sponsor of Penser le Présent at the Beaux-Arts de Paris


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Call for applications for the Prix Sarr / Villa Albertine

Call for entries reserved for 4th and 5th year students and DNSAP 2022 graduates

Catherine and Mamadou-Abou Sarr, French entrepreneurs based in the United States and collectors of contemporary art, are reaffirming their support for young artists by joining forces with the Beaux-Arts de Paris and the Villa Albertine once again this year to support a young student artist and help him or her in his or her professional career.

Terms and conditions

The candidates must, in a single document

  • Introduce themselves, their career and their approach (maximum two pages, with the possibility of including illustrations),
  • Present a concrete project for a residency in Chicago (maximum two pages in French and English). Particular attention will be paid to the quality and clarity of the project, its relevance to the territory under consideration and its feasibility. English is required and will be verified during a distance interview.


22 March 2023: deadline for submission of applications

on the dedicated platform: 2023 Prix Sarr - Villa Albertine

Beginning of April: Transmission of applications to the jury

Mid-April: first selection by the jury

Early May: audition of the nominees by video conference

Mid-May: selection of the winner June: announcement of the winner


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The Friends of Fine Arts launch the sixteenth session of their Awards 

These prizes are reserved for 3rd and 5th year students. Only the Portrait Prize is open to all years of study. 

There are seven prizes, each worth 5,000 euros: 

  • The agnès b prize. 
  • The Thaddaeus Ropac Prize 
  • The Weil Prize 
  • The Portrait Prize - Bertrand de Demandolx Dedons 
  • The Khalil de Chazournes Prize 
  • The Arthur de Baudry d'Asson Prize 
  • The Friends' Prize awarded by the members 

Application file: 

The application file in A4 format must include 

The student's full contact details: Name, first name, e-mail, mobile phone, name of the studio 

  • A biography and a critical text if applicable 
  • A text presenting his/her artistic practice 
  • A set of captioned visuals (with name and surname of the student) 

Details for video works: 

  • Only one video per candidate, maximum length 7 minutes 
  • Visible under Vimeo link with code and downloadable option 

NB: Artists who have already been awarded a Prix des Amis may not apply again. 

The file must be sent, exclusively by MAIL, by Sunday 26 March before midnight to
Carlotta Montaldo Mobile : 06 95 31 86 65

Given the large number of applications, this date is imperative. 
An e-mail acknowledging receipt will be sent to the candidate within two weeks of the date of sending the file. 
The award ceremony will take place at the school on Thursday 29 June 2023. 
Details of the jury members will be communicated at a later date. 


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Call for projects Vedettes de Paris
Outdoor artistic creation on a quay of the Seine

Reserved for 3rd, 4th and 5th year students and 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 graduates


5,000 € in prize money for the winner
The production of the work must take place in a location managed by the winner - Vedettes de Paris can bring the materials and ensure the transport of the finished work to its installation site.


Deadline for submission of applications: 25 March



Scouting meeting which we strongly recommend you attend on Thursday 23 February at 2pm
Meeting point at Vedettes de Paris at Port de Suffren Paris 7ème - access by metro Bir Hakeim or Trocadéro
Reservations are essential at as only 22 places are available in the minibus, to go to and from the materials depot in Villeneuve-la-Garenne after spotting on the Suffren quay - Allow 3 hours in all.


Vedettes de Paris is a sponsor of the new Filière Fresque & Art en situation of the Beaux-Arts de Paris.


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Call for entries - Fine Art Prize for Contemporary Drawing 2023

Reserved for 4th, 5th and 6th year students

On the initiative of the association Les Amateurs de dessins de la collection des Beaux-Arts de Paris, the Beaux-Arts Prize for Contemporary Drawing is awarded to a student enrolled in the fourth, fifth or sixth year at the Beaux-Arts de Paris.

It is endowed with a sum of 4,500 euros.

The professors of the Beaux-Arts de Paris, artists and theoreticians, will propose a maximum of two students.

The files, validated by the professors, will be sent in pdf format by 31 March 2023 at the latest or tel : 01 47 03 50 82


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Residence at the Villa Saint-Louis Ndar

Reserved for DNSAP graduates of the Beaux-Arts de Paris 2020, 2021 and 2022

Thanks to the support of the Friends of the Beaux-Arts de Paris, we have been able to set up this one-month research residency for a young graduate for three years.

Please submit your application before midnight on April 13th on 2023ResidenceSenegal

The residency will take place in autumn 2023.

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Project in Valenton for Apes Seqens - Artistic intervention in a changing neighbourhood

For a collective of 3rd to 5th year students and graduates 2019 to 2022

  • 25,000 € remuneration 
  • Taking into account the mediation that will be carried out by the actors of the territory
  • Target audience: school children and families
  • Take into account the memory of the district and the life of the inhabitants (numerous archives available, notably visual and sound)
  • Favour a colourful and joyful installation with potentially interactive and evolving works
  • Information session at the Beaux-Arts de Paris on 22 March at 11am, amphitheatre of honour

Submission of applications before 17 April at midnight on 2023 L'APES SEQENS-VALENTON

  • Jury and production to follow.


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