The Daniel Langlois Foundation is resuming its research and experimentation grant program for individuals or research groups. This program offers grants to individuals of all nationalities who make exceptional contributions to the advancement of knowledge at the crossroads of art, science, technology and the environment, or to candidates whose projects show a high level of originality and innovation in these domains. These research and experimentation grants carry a maximum value of $ 75,000 CAD and are intended to assist these people in the research, exploration and the development of their projects. The deadline to submit a proposal is January 31st, 2006.
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2006 Researchers in Residence
The Foundation is pleased to announce that two researchers have been named through its invitation for research proposals, the deadline for which was August 31, 2005. Selected were the research projects of Caroline Langill (Peterborough, Ontario, Canada) and Kathryn Farley (Evanston, Illinois, United States). The residencies will be conducted in 2006 at the Foundation's Centre for Research and Documentation in Montreal:
Research and Experimentation Residency for Artists from Emerging Countries or Regions
The Foundation is pleased to announce the first recipient of this research and experimentation residency, which is jointly offered by the Foundation and the Montreal based artist-run centre OBORO. The recipient, Surajit Sarkar, from New Delhi (India), has been chosen through an invitation for residency proposals process, the deadline for which was September 30, 2005. The recipient will spend two months in Montreal conducting research and technical experimentation at OBORO's studios and laboratories: