Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (CALQ) Residency
Jeffrey Moore is a writer, translator, and educator. Born in Montréal, Jeffrey studied at the University of Toronto, the Sorbonne, Paris and the University of Ottawa.
Jeffrey’s first novel, Prisoner in a Red-Rose Chain, 2000, won the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize and was a finalist for the QSPELL Literary Award. His second novel, The Memory Artists: Synaesthesia, Science and the Art of Memory, 2004 won the Canadian Authors Association Prize for fiction in 2005. His third novel The Extinction Club, was nominated for the Hugh MacLennan Prize, the Arthur Ellis Award and the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award. He has lectured on translation, literature and creative writing at Concordia University, the Université de Montréal, UQÀM, McGill University, Bishop's University, and led workshops for the Quebec Writers' Federation.
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (CALQ)
In 2008-2009, in partnership with Québec's Ministry of Culture and Communications and the Ministry of International Relations and the Francophonie, and on the recommendation of Arts Council England, Conseil des arts et des lettres (CALQ) approached Acme to establish the Québec Studio in London, thereby expanding the network of residencies offered abroad to Québec artists and writers. The residency provides two six month long residencies per year in Bow, E3 for artists who have at least 10 years' experience of professional practice. Applications and selection are undertaken directly by CALQ.
For more information visit calq.gouv.qc.ca