Find out more about Creative Europe's funding and opportunities for the cultural, creative and heritage sectors.
Creative Europe Desk UK - Scotland invites arts, creative and heritage organisations to find out more about the funding opportunities available as part of Creative Europe's Culture sub-programme,which supports organisations operating across the cultural and creative sectors to take part in long-term transnational collaboration. Funding is available for Cooperation Projects, European Platforms, European Networks and Literary Translation.
- Kate Deans, Creative Europe Desk UK - Scotland, presents the four funding opportunities, eligibility conditions and how to develop a strong project and application.
- Fiona Ferguson, Imaginate, talks about their experience of delivering EU-funded project, Fresh Tracks Europe. Fiona is the Creative Development Director of Edinburgh-based organisation and festival Imaginate which promotes, develops and celebrates the performing arts for children and young people. From 2011 - 2014 they were a partner within Fresh Tracks Europe, an EU-funded project developing dance for younger audiences.
Tea, coffee and shortbread are provided, and there is the opportunity for networking with fellow attendees during the coffee break.
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.
Creative Europe Desk UK - Scotland is in partnership with Creative Scotland. Creative Europe Desk UK is led by the British Council and the British Film Institute, and with support from the UK Department for Culture, Media and Sport and the European Commission.
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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.
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