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Creative Europe Information Seminar: Support for the Cultural and Creative...
Wed 10 August 2016, 10:00 – 13:00 BST
Creative Europe Desk UK – England invites you to find out more about the funding opportunities for the cultural, creative and heritage sectors available through Creative Europe's Culture sub-programme.
Creative Europe's Culture sub-programme supports cooperation and exchange between arts, culture and heritage organisations across different European countries. This funding programme supports a diverse range of creative and cultural projects across arts forms such as visual arts, dance, theatre, literature, performance, music, heritage, architecture, design, circus, festivals, craft, fashion, arts networks, social enterprises, and those who work in the wider creative and cultural industries. There is also funding for publishers for literary translation.
The event is comprised of three sections:
1. Christoph Jankowski, Creative Europe Desk UK, presents the four funding opportunities, eligibility conditions and how to develop a strong project and application.
2. Current Cooperation Projects partners talk through their successful Creative Europe application and shares their first-hand experience of delivering a Creative Europe-funded project.
3. Representatives from Arts Council England and British Council share the two organisations' international stategies and opportunities. Find out more
PLEASE NOTE: - This event is free to organisations in the creative and cultural sectors. However spaces are limited. If you are unable to attend, please let us know in advance and we will reallocate your ticket.
- If you are booking on behalf of a colleague please include their details as duplications may be removed.
- Breakfast will be provided. Please arrive 10-15 minutes in advance to sign in at reception.
Creative Europe Desk UK - England is in partnership with Arts Council England. 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.