The Garonne River, Auvillar -- Photo by Richard McCord
VCCA-France was incorporated in 2006 as a French nonprofit organization under the French "law of 1901" and now offers a variety of cultural programs at Le Moulin à Nef, its studio center in the picturesque Gascon village of Auvillar, overlooking the beautiful Garonne River.
The principal program of VCCA-France is the residential fellowship program modeled on VCCA in Virginia. These residencies are available to VCCA Fellows and specially invited French artists. The deadline to apply for a VCCA-France fellowship is December 1.
VCCA-France supports the arts by inviting artists to Auvillar to foster creativity and by contributing to the development and promotion of the cultural and artistic life of Auvillar.
Summer Workshops and Programs
VCCA-France offers intensive, hands-on writing and painting workshops and cultural tours for artists at all levels as well as for seasoned travelers.
For more information on the 2013 Auvillar Workshops - click here
If you are interested in applying for a Moulin à Nef residency - click here
Lease Moulin à Nef
When the facility is not being used for residencies or writing workshops, Moulin à Nef may be rented by universities, arts organizations, schools, and other groups and individuals.
Yale University (New Haven, Connecticut), the Southwest School of Art & Craft (San Antonio, Texas), and the Visual Arts Center of Richmond (Virginia) are among the groups who host programs or private workshops at Moulin à Nef.
For rates or more info, please email our International Programs Coordinator
VCCA-France is a membership organization with members in France and the United States. Email us to learn how to join.
VCCA-France newsletter in English and French