La Maison de Beaumont – Art Residency in South of France / Residencies
February 26, 2027
Organization Name: La Maison de Beaumont
Organization Location: La Maison de Beaumont
La Maison de Beaumont offers an Artist Residency & Retreat Program in the South of France (Provence & Luberon region).
The Art Residency Program of La Maison de Beaumont is a multi-disciplinary residency that was created with the goal of offering a beautiful space for musicians, scholars, writers, painters and other artists who seek a quiet place to work undisturbed on their art. The scenery and beauty of the region, as well as the history and comfort of the house, provide an ideal setting to focus on creative work.
La Maison de Beaumont’s residency aims to provide its residents with a holistic experience, allowing them to fully disconnect from their usual point of reference and immerse themselves into the Provençal lifestyle, the essence of which is beauty, simplicity, quality and tranquility. The Luberon region is a special part of Provence which has been so well preserved that it feels like one has travelled back in time. The village of Beaumont-de-Pertuis itself is a medieval town dating back to the 11th century. The town was built on high grounds, surrounded by vineyards, lavender fields and forested hills, making it an ideal setting for meditative hikes and exploration. Our Former Residents have reported feeling revived and inspired after the residency, which brought clarity and focus into their artistic work as well as their personal lives.
La Maison de Beaumont’s main building is an 18th century village house (built adjacent to the village’s main church, it once served as the village’s Elementary School) and underwent more than 3 years of renovation. Each resident is provided with a fully renovated individual apartment (with private bathroom and kitchen) ensuring a higher level of comfort and the ability to have a personal space throughout the residency. Residents may also have the chance to network and interact with other artists in the building’s common area such as the Music & Exhibition Room, as well as the Common Terrace.