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The Résidence 1+2, #2021, certified “Une Saison photo à Toulouse » and « Africa 2020 », warmly thanks all its partners in Toulouse and Toulouse Métropole, Haute-Garonne and in Occitanie as well as at the national level.

A big thank to our official partners for their trust: to our faithful honor sponsor the DRAC Occitanie, the Toulouse City Council, the Regional Council of Occitanie, the Departmental Council of Haute-Garonne, the Institut français, the CNRS Occitanie Ouest, the Federal University of Toulouse and the Wallonia-Brussels Centre in Paris. 

Thank to our institutional and private partners : the University Toulouse Paul Sabatier, the ADAGP, the SAIF, the tourist office of Toulouse, Tisséo Collectivities, the French National Audiovisual Institute, the Ligue de l’Enseignement de la Haute-Garonne, the Casden, the Banque Populaire Occitane, the Photography school ETPA, the ENSAV, Occitanie films, Dickinson, Nature En Occitanie, Numeriphot, Phrophot, Photon, Pixtrakk, Hahnemühle, the Escourbiac printing house, Fedrigoni France, the Roger-Viollet Agency in Paris, the Filigranes publishing house, Chaumarty Ecogîte, the Maison des Vins du Fronton and the Interprofession des Vins du Sud-Ouest.

Thank to our scientific partners for their active supports: to our faithful sponsor of honor Catherine Jeandel, the Cité de l’Espace, the CNES (National Center for Space research), the Pasteur clinic, the Musée de l’Aurignacien – la Préhistoire en Haute-Garonne, Moraine (Pyrenean association of glaciology), the PAS (Popular Astronomic Society), the OMP (Observatory Midi-Pyrénées CNRS / UPS / CNES / Météo France /IRD), the IUT GMP ( University Paul Sabatier), the Museum of Fine Arts in Pau, the pyrenean Museum of Lourdes and the CNRS Occitanie ouest’s laboratories : the GET – Géosciences environment Toulouse laboratory – Observatory Midi-Pyrénées (CNRS / UPS / CNES / IRD), GEODE -Environmental geography (CNRS / UT2J), LEGOS -Geophysic and spatial oceanography  laboratory Study – (CNRS / UPS / CNES / IRD), CECI – Climate, environment, coupling and uncertainties – CERFACS, LAERO – Aerology laboratory – OMP – Observatory Midi-Pyrénées (CNRS/University Toulouse III/IRD), Laboratory of functional ecology and environment – Observatory Midi-Pyrénées (CNRS/UPS/Toulouse INP), CNRM – National center of Meteorological Research (CNRS/Météo France), CESBIO – Centre for the Study of the Biosphere from Space – Observatory Midi-Pyrénées (CNRS/UPS/CNES/IRD), TRACES (CNRS/University Toulouse Jean Jaurès/Ministry of Cultural Affairs, EHESS, INRAP).

Thank to our associated places for their kindly welcome and their commitments: the Toulouse National History Museum, the Cutural Centre Bellegarde, the Cinémathèque Toulouse, the Ombre Blanche library, the isdaT (superior art institute of Toulouse), Belin l’Immobilier. 

Thank to our media partners for their loyalty, their supports, their actions: Fisheye Magazine, Science et Avenir-La Recherche, Campus FM Toulouse, 9 Lives Magazine.

Confraternal greetings to our associated programmes and friends : the Villa Pérochon (center for contemporary art photographic) in Niort, the Treilles Foundation, the Manifesto festival in Toulouse, the Centre d’art et de photographie of Lectoure, the ADECC (Agence de développement de l’économie culturelles du Couserans) in Saint-Lizier, the Communauté de Communes Couserans Pyrénées, the Bus – mobile cultural space, the Traverse association in Bagnères-de-Bigorre and the « Le Capech a la Cote » association in Castelnau d’Estrétefonds. 

And finally, a special dedication and affectionate thanks to Andreina De Bei, Anaïs Viand, Marion Gautreau and our 2021 sponsor Héloïse Conésa. Thank you, sharing this program with you is a great joy.

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