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The Residence 1+2, #2021, labeled "A Season of Photography in Toulouse" and "Africa 2020", warmly thanks all of its partners in Toulouse and Toulouse Metropole, in Haute-Garonne and in the Occitanie region as well as at the national level.

We would like to thank our official partners for their trust and their involvement at our side: the City of Toulouse, the DRAC Occitanie, the Departmental Council of Haute-Garonne, the Occitanie Region, the French Institute, the CNRS Occitanie Ouest, the Federal University of Toulouse and the Wallonia-Brussels Centre in Paris. 

Many thanks to our institutional and private partners: Toulouse Paul Sabatier University, ADAGP, SAIF, Toulouse Tourist Office, Tisséo Collectivités, INA, Ligue de l’Enseignement de la Haute-Garonne, Casden, La Banque Populaire Occitane, ETPA School of Photography, ENSAV, Occitanie films, Dickinson, Nature En Occitanie, Numeriphot, Prophot, Photon, Pixtrakk, Hahnemühle, l’imprimerie Escourbiac, Fedrigoni France, l’agence Roger Viollet à Paris, les Éditions Filigranes, Chaumarty Ecogîte, la Maison des Vins du Fronton and l’Interprofession des Vins du Sud-Ouest.

Thank you to our scientific partners for their active support and for this wonderful adventure that we are sharing together: to our faithful honorary godmother Catherine Jeandel, the Cité de l’Espace, the CNES (Centre National d’Études Spatiales), the Pasteur Clinic, the Musée de l’Aurignacien – la Préhistoire en Haute-Garonne, Moraine (Pyrenean glaciology association) the SAP (Société d’astronomie populaire), the OMP (Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées (CNRS/UPS/CNES/Météo France/IRD), the IUT GMP (Université Paul Sabatier), the Musée des Beaux Arts de Pau, the Musée pyrénéen de Lourdes and the research laboratories of the CNRS Occitanie Ouest: GET – Géosciences environnement Toulouse – Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées (CNRS/UPS/CNES/IRD), GEODE – Géographie de l’environnement (CNRS/UT2J), LEGOS – Laboratoire d’études en géophysique et océanographie spatiales – (CNRS/UPS/CNES/IRD), CECI – Climate, Environment, Couplings and Uncertainties – CERFACS, LAERO – Aerology Laboratory – OMP – Midi-Pyrénées Observatory (CNRS/University of Toulouse III/IRD), Laboratoire écologie fonctionnelle et environnement – Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées (CNRS/UPS/Toulouse INP), CNRM – Centre national de recherches météorologiques (CNRS/Météo France), CESBIO – Centre d’études spatiales de la biosphère – Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées (CNRS/UPS/CNES/IRD), TRACES (CNRS/Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès/Ministère de la culture, EHESS, INRAP).

Thank you to our associated venues for their kind welcome and their commitment: the Toulouse Natural History Museum, the Bellegarde Cultural Centre, the Toulouse Cinémathèque, the Ombres Blanches bookshop, the isdaT (Toulouse Higher Institute of Arts), Belin l’Immobilier.

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

Confraternal greetings to the associated cultural programmes, and friends: the Villa Pérochon (Centre d’art contemporain photographique) in Niort, the Fondation des Treilles, the Manifesto festival in Toulouse, the ADECC (Agence de développement de l’économie culturelle du Couserans) in Saint-Lizier, the association “Le Capech a la Cote” in Castelnau d’Estrétefonds, the association Traverse in Bagnères-de-Bigorre, the Centre d’art et de photographie in Lectoure and Le Bus – espace culturel mobile. 

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

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