San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Creative Europe: Culture funding opportunities
Creative Europe's 'Culture' sub-programme, as the previous 'Culture 2007-2013 programme', supports cooperation and exchange between arts, culture and heritage organisations across different European countries.
We will present the four funding opportunities and the eligibility conditions, discuss how to develop applications and how to build a good project. We will also be joined by some previous recipients of EU funding through the Culture programme who will be on hand to help with advice.
Many elements of the previous programme have been carried over for Creative Europe:
Cooperation Projects are still the core to the programme, accounting for 70% of the sub-programme funding allocation with annual deadlines for both 'small' and 'large' projects.
Literary Translation by established publishers will continue to be supported
European Networks will support sustained learning and exchange between EU networks with varying specialisms
European Platforms will encourage innovative approaches to audience development
With Creative Europe, the focus has shifted from 'intercultural dialogue' to new objectives of:
- Capacity building
- Audience development
- Projects that strengthen the cultural and creative sectors through new ways of working.
The session will focus on 'Cooperation Projects', preparing organisations who are considering applying for the 1 October 'Cooperation Project' deadlines.
If you would like to book a one-to-one to follow the seminar please follow the instructions in the confirmation email.
This event is free and open to organisations in the creative and cultural sectors. If you have registered and are unable to attend, please let us know in advance so that we can reallocate your ticket.
THE VENUE HAS CHANGED
Due to the number of attendees we have moved from the Beany Art Museum and Library, to the Gulbenkian, University of Kent.
Many thanks to Kent County Council, University of Kent and the Beany Art Gallery and Museum.
When & Where
Creative Europe Desk UK - Culture
Creative Europe Desk UK promotes awareness and understanding of Creative Europe, and provides free advice and support for applicants from the UK. Creative Europe Desk UK’s team of specialists are based across the UK (in London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Cardiff and Belfast) and we organise workshops, seminars and industry events.
Find out more about funding and opportunities for creative and cultural organisations: