As one form of international mobility, students may elect to pursue an internship abroad for four months or longer. The nature of the internship will vary depending on the student’s artistic goals; students may intern with individual artists or with a variety of organizations, including art centers, museums, foundations, galleries, festivals, biennials, nongovernmental organizations, associations, and production companies.

International partner structures who regularly welcome ENSAPC trainees: 

– Cinémathèque de Tanger
– Galerie Kurimanzutto, Mexico
– National Gallery of Arts, Tirana
– Villa Kujoyama, Kyoto

Artists and international structures that have welcomed ENSAPC trainees recently (among others):

– A4 Contemporary Arts Center, Chengdu
– David Altmejd, New York
– Andrea Ancira, Mexico
– Athens Museum of Queer Arts, Athènes
– Arab Image Foundation, Beyrouth
– Azad Art Gallery, Téhéran
– Yto Barrada studio, Tanger
– Centre International de Recherches sur l’Anarchisme, Lausanne
– Sirine Fattouh, Beyrouth
– Fonderie Darling, Montréal
– Mire Lee, Séoul
– Mark Lewis, Londres
– Antje Majewski, Berlin
– Matt Mullican studio, Berlin
– RAM Radioarte movile, Rome
– SALT Gallery, Istanbul
– Jim Shaw, Los Angeles