Welcome to the European Commission's project database for the Creative Europe Programme. It contains descriptions of all projects funded under the Creative Europe - Culture sub-programme and some of the projects financed under the Creative Europe - MEDIA sub-programme, including contact information for the organisations involved It also contains results for projects that have ended, including links to websites The Creative Europe Project Results Platform aims to ensure transparency, with the complete display of project information to the wider public. Moreover it will allow for an effective and comprehensive collection and dissemination of results of activities supported by Erasmus+ and Creative Europe programmes, as well as by some previous programmes Creative Europe is the European Commission's framework programme for support to the culture and audiovisual sectors. Coronavirus: how it affects the Creative Europe Programme Find important information related to the consequences of the coronavirus and the Creative Europe Programme
Erasmus + and Creative Europe Project Results Platform are the electronic platforms for the dissemination and exploitation of results of projects funded by the Education and Culture Directorate-General (DG EAC). The new Dissemination and exploitation platform offers a comprehensive overview of all projects funded under the new Erasmus+ and Creative. What is it for?Creative Europe supports transnational cooperation projects involving cultural and creative organisations from different countries taking part in the programme.It aims to improve access to European culture and creative works and to promote innovation and creativity.What does it support?Cross-border cooperation projects between cultural and creative organisations within the EU and beyond The main specific objectives of the Support to European platforms strand are to co-finance activities aimed at: fostering the development of emerging talent and stimulating the transnational mobility of cultural and creative players and circulation of works The Creative Europe programme has two sub-programmes, Culture and MEDIA, in addition to a cross-sectoral strand. Under the Culture sub-programme, opportunities exist for: Cooperation between cultural and creative organisations from different countries Initiatives to translate and promote literary works across the European Unio Cineuropa, the site for European cinema. The online platform available in four languages and covering wide audience and film industry professionals. On Cineuropa, readers can find special reports, company databases, script analysis and much more. In addition, the authors provide texts about culture in Europe. The project is implemented by Belgium
usheru's Movie Voyage Platform to go Global with new Creative EU Funding Following on from their first MEDIA funding award in 2019, usheru have once again been awarded Creative Europe MEDIA funding under the Promotion of European Works Online strand. With the 2019 support, usheru successfully launched the Movie Voyage platform in 2020 Music has the power to promote cultural diversity, inclusion and creativity and thus fully responds to the objectives and priorities of the Creative Europe programme. This brochure presents inspiring examples of music projects funded by Creative Europe Culture across different schemes (European Cooperation projects, Refugee integration projects, European Platforms and European Networks) Support for European Cooperation Projects | CLOSED. This strand of funding is to support transnational projects involving collaboration between organisations from different eligible countries. Category 1 - Smaller scale cooperation projects. Involves a minimum of three partners (a project leader and two other partners) from three eligible.
Skip to main content. български; čeština; dansk; Deutsch; eesti; ελληνικά; latviešu; lietuvių; magyar; Malti; Nederlands; polski; portuguê European Commission's project data base (only for Final Reports Y4) Electronic copies of all project's products/results (i.e. publication, brochure, poster, invitation, DVD, CD-Rom, etc.) must to be uploaded in the Creative Europe Project result database (these shall NOT be sent per e-mail or post to us) Working as an expert. Calls for tenders. Visual identity. Legal Remedies. Visiting EACEA. Contacts. ×Please note this website is no longer being updated and will soon be put offline. You can find the new EACEA website here: https://www.eacea.ec.europa.eu About the Creative Europe Culture Sub-programme; About the Creative Europe Desk Culture Office ; FAQs; Funding. European Cooperation Projects; European Platforms; European Networks; Literary Translation Project; Special Actions; How to Apply; Funded Projects. Funding Recipients; Current Projects; Case Studies; Resources. Reading Resources. Call for proposals:Support for Development of Audiovisual Content - Single Project 2020. Publication date: Thursday, 12 September, 2019 - 17:30. Programme and action: Creative Europe. MEDIA. Development single projects + slate funding. The call for proposals Support for Development of Audiovisual Content - Single Project 2020 - (Call EACEA/17/2019).
Creative Culture Innovative Europe(CCIEU) Creative Culture Innovative Europe (CCIEU) is a cultural institution based in Brussels, Belgium. Since its inception in 2015, the CCIEU is dedicated to providing a global platform for Sino-Europe innovative cultural exchanges and digital innovation - building an unshakable bridge for cooperation and communication between the EU and China The European Commission has published the 2020 annual work programme for the implementation of the Creative Europe Programme. In addition to the regular actions of the programme and in line with the priorities of the New Agenda for Culture and as a preparation of the successor programme, the 2020 work programme introduces the pilot project Circulation of European Performing Arts Project summary. The potential of Cultural & Creative Industries (CCIs) in developing new Cultural & Creative Tourism (CCT) products and services for Growth & Jobs, is being advanced by the Cult-CreaTE project with policy change in 8 regions The Creative Europe programme has a budget allocation of €1.46 billion for the period 2014-2020. Creative Europe brings together under the same programme the Culture and Media strands with the aim of promoting European cultural diversity and heritage and strengthening the competitiveness of. reCreating Europe focuses on five groups of stakeholders: individual authors and performers, creative industries, cultural and heritage institutions, intermediaries and end-users.In this way, the project can assess needs along intertwined research patterns, while its multi-disciplinary innovative approach joins different methodologies within the framework of participatory research strategies
There was a need to implement at local level the Creative Wallonia program and the lessons learnt from the Walloon European Creative District project (cofinanced by EC between 2013 and 2015). The 7 Hubs are the territorial spine of Creative Wallonia aiming to support the key stakeholders of creative economy to structure themselves in an ecosystem with a common vision of the territory New EU study calls to amplify the budget of platform calls for the European live music sector within the future Creative Europe programme . New study confirms music and performing arts will be most impacted by the COVID-19 crisis . Joint call for a clear Europe-wide cultural relaunch strategy. WARSAW: Creative Europe VALOR platform is one of the tools cultural and AV professionals should have on their list of favourite website links if they are looking for some interesting ideas or some potential opportunities for further partnership. VALOR is a database of projects funded by Creative Eur.. i-Portunus continues to support the mobility of artists, creators and cultural professionals among all countries participating in the Creative Europe Programme. A second pilot project was selected and co-funded by the Creative Europe program and a consortium headed by Goethe-Institut with Institut français and Izolyatsia
. 101,690 likes · 527 talking about this. The official page for Creative Europe, the EU's programme for the cultural and creative sectors (2014-2020) Creative Europe is a €1.46 billion European Union programme for the cultural and creative sectors for the years 2014-2020. The programme was approved by the European Parliament on 19 November 2013 and adopted by the European Council on 3 December 2013. It came into force on 1 January 2014. A total of 650 of the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) voted in favour of the programme.
ELMA PROJECT; News Assomusica CREATIVE EUROPE PLATFORM. January 28, 2015; Published in Presidente; Cliccare sull'allegato. Download attachments: Creative_Europe_call-notice-platforms_2015_en.pdf (2822 Downloads) Assomusica Roma. Tweet. Read 4828 ; Print; Email; More in this category: « Corinne Rigaud ERASMUS PLUS » Back to. . Live and on-demand videos. Available in English, French and German. Resources for opera-lovers and the curious WORTH invites you to take part in our networking web-based platform where you can find peers, advice, knowledge development , MEET NEW PARTNER ALL OVER THE EUROPE. WPP Networking Platform connects professionals around EU: designers, craftsmen, creative people, SMEs, tech providers, startups Register in WORTH Project Networking Platform MAPS finds creative ways to present cultural heritage and builds a geo-location based participatory online platform and mobile app, MAPS connects the missing dots and adds to the mosaic of European memory and identity. Project duration: 1 June 2017-30 September 2019. Producer. Contact. Creative Europe Desk Slovenia provides informatio
A second pilot project was selected and co-funded by the Creative Europe program and a consortium headed by Goethe-Institut with Institut français and Izolyatsia. This second phase runs from the end of 2020 until the end of 2021. More than ever i-Portunus mobility is needed to answer to the existing and new needs of the creative sectors by. The European Platform supporting innovation in Opera and Ballet. Discover All donations to this project will be doubled by Variations International. On the quest for creative funding models and younger audiences for opera and ballet Forbes. Discover the. Project Management in Culture Course. The Creative Europe Course . The Crossovers & Fundraising Course . An Introduction to Cultural Journalism Online Course . When you're doing something in practice, it can be difficult to structure your experience. Head of Creative Europe Desk in Lithuania
The apap partners of the new project are: Tanzfabrik Berlin, BIT Teatergarasjen, Maison de la Culture d'Amiens, Centrale Fies, InSzPer Performing Arts Institute, Reykjavik Dance Festival, STATION - Service for contemporary dance, Teatro Nacional D.Maria II, SZENE Salzburg, BOULEVARD Festival, Kunstencentrum BUDA. The first 12 artists to join FEMINIST FUTURES are Agata Maszkiewicz, Ana. Community Theatre - a project funded by Creative Europe programme - was conceived by acta, a community-based theatre working in Bristol, and developed with partners Rotterdams Wijktheater and Centro per lo Sviluppo Creativo Danilo Dolci, as a response to the growing refugee crisis in 2016. Our aim was to show how it is possibl More than a platform, the Open Science Platform will be a community of stakeholders that will collaboratively carry out several activities, such as the creation of resources, running of workshops as well as the development of a long-term learning program to empower stakeholders into tackling copyright issues on their own In order to incentivise European content industries to nurture and embrace innovation and take up new technologies and to help them to sustain their position as pioneers in the digital era, the Commission will implement the pilot project Platform(s) for cultural content innovation Today and tomorrow The Festival Academy (initiative of the European Festivals Association) takes part in the Creative Europe kick off meeting 2019, which brings together all organisations selected following the 2019 Cooperation Projects' calls for proposals and organisations currently funded under the Networks and Platforms schemes.. The Festival Academy receives Creative Europe support under.
Versopolis Poetry Platform connects 30 European poetry festivals and organisations. Explore festivals. Review. Versopolis Review is a pan-European online magazine, delivering exciting monthly topics. With the support of the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union Description. The richness of Cultural Heritage and the vibrancy of Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs) in Europe have had an increasing impact in both economic and social terms, across the EU as well as in national contexts. CCIs contribute to the economy with 5.3% of the total European GVA (Gross Value Added) and employs more than 12 million people in the EU, which is 7.5% of all persons. The Arts Education Platform is part of the Factories of Imagination (FOI) project run by Trans Europe Halles (TEH). The main purpose of the platform is to facilitate exchange and knowledge transfer between arts educators through professional meetings, study visits and training workshops on the subject of participation in the arts The Kick-off Meeting of the Creative Europe - Culture Program, organized by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency ( EACEA) of the European Commission, took place on 21 and 22 October in Brussels, bringing together the nearly 200 coordinators of projects, platforms and networks funded under said Program.. During the inaugural meeting, workshops were held on the management and. Interfaces is an international, interdisciplinary project focusing on bringing new music to an extensive range of new audiences. It involves a partnership of organisations from a wide range of European countries having a broad spectrum of experience in fields such as performing, multi-media exhibitions, new media, acoustic and electroacoustic research and education
The SOCRATIC project has a deep user-centric approach, implementing gamification techniques to engage users in the sustained use of the platform. The project involves one European NGO (CiberVoluntarios) and a group of Young Social Innovators from the Experts in Team program of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU-EiT) Atlantic Youth Creative Hubs aims to create entrepreneurial work synergies between Atlantic youth from Read more. List of project partner institutions and associated partners, including a general description of each institution, staff involved and contact details. PEOPLE. Our pictures and Today is the European Youth Information Day To help develop the new platform, Fiverr is forming a CMO advisory board whose goal is to provide the voice of customers of the world's most prominent agencies and brands. The company is complementing this with a high profile Creative Council, that will advise on the development of the creative side of the new platform
A pilot project of digital workshops with European and Indian creative practitioners and students from Indian universities launches on 20th March 2021 Myths, legends and folk tales are a mirror in which every culture and community views itself and through which it gives meaning to perceptions of human virtues and vices and to unknown, unfathomable powers The platform annually awards production grants to outstanding European media artists and supports research, production, presentation and distribution of media art in Europe and beyond. Short history: 1995 the European Media Artists in Resicence Exchange (EMARE) was initiated by werkleitz, Hull Time Based Arts and Intermedia Department Budapest Check out what our artists have been up to for the last few days on Inis Oirr! Special thanks so Yucef Zraiby from ToTum TeaTre for the video!.. A reflection on the European project IN SITU ACT (2016-2020): has been selected by the European Commission within the framework of the Creative Europe Progamme. Artistic Lab. Hot House 2020. IN SITU is the European platform for artistic creation in public space
3) Creative hubs are networking spaces and many EU funded projects, programmes and networks demonstrate the positive impact of these hubs/centres for the cultural and creative sector. For instance: Creative Hubs Network, Trans-Europe- Halles, Creative Lenses, Culture for cities and regions , Cultural and Creative Spaces and Cities , European Capitals of Culture, European Year of Cultural. European creative hubs forum Belgrade. We're looking for hub managers from across Europe to join us for our latest European Creative Hub Forum in Belgrade on 22-24 September 2016. 26 February 2016. In Focus: Gillian Easson, Creative Dunde
The ULYSSES Network project was originally inspired by an illustrious generation of 18th Century artists who wandered all across Europe, visiting at each stop along the way the greatest master's workshops in order to improve and to complete their skills. Following the steps of the Homeric hero, their odyssey was an initiatory journey paving the way for future generations of young. The Conference on the Future of Europe is a unique and timely opportunity for European citizens to debate on Europe's challenges and priorities. No matter where you are from or what you do, this is the place to think about what future you want for the European Union. The European Parliament, the Council and the European Commission have committed to listen to Europeans and to follow up.
For the use of electronics in safety-relevant applications, it is important that developers know exactly where the components used come from and which processes were used in their manufacture. Until now, customers have had to rely on the information provided by the sellers. A research and development project now wants to develop a consistently trustworthy manufacturing methodology It was launched in June 2016 in the framework of the Creative Europe programme (2014-2020). The CCS GF benefits micro-businesses and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the cultural and creative sectors, which often face difficulties in accessing affordable debt financing for their projects. EIF's guarantee aims to change that CDP provides the global platform for cities to measure, manage and disclose their environmental data. We work with over 810 cities measuring and disclosing environmental data each year to manage emissions, build resilience, protect themselves from climate impacts and create better places for people to live and work . An all-in-one platform that lets you manage every aspect of a creative project. 2. Trello. Trello is a highly-customizable 'drag and drop' workflow management tool, which follows a Kanban project management approach. On the surface, it looks incredibly simple
To provide a platform for a global, international, open discussion of the concept and model of the creative society in all spheres of human life. 4 To find new ways to unite the entire humanity and create conditions for the active participation of every person in the life of society, regardless of social status, religion or nationality CREATE is a 36 months research project (2015-2018) funded by the European Commission under Horizon2020. CREATE is one of the first projects that addresses the task Tackling Urban Road Congestion, taking a long-term view of how this can be achieved, especially in cities experiencing rapid growth in car ownership and use European investment for Digitalisation and Automation Leadership. The Arrowhead Tools project aims for digitalisation and automation solutions for the European industry, which will close the gaps that hinder the IT/OT integration by introducing new technologies in an open source platform for the design and run-time engineering of IoT and System of Systems
The European research and innovation infrastructure ecosystem is diverse in scale and scope. In the Interreg Europe community there are a number of projects tackling research and innovation infrastructure from different perspectives and their experience c PDF (1.18MB) Downloa Creative Europe project aimed to strengthen and develop business capacity of ACOs to give them the possibility to deliver innovative and exciting arts. To explore the needs and challenges of ACOs, the project organised seven Focus Groups and one Focus Group meeting to facilitate fruitful discussions and gather new perspectives on the subject The primary information source for EU-funded projects since 1990: The Projects & Results Service is your one stop for information on EU-funded research projects and project results Follow the latest news and projects about COVID-19 and the European Commission's coronavirus response
A folktale from PERSIAN ORAL TRADITION. Narrated by the CHRISTINE RIMER in the frame of CULTURE LUGGAGE Creative Europe project 2017. JULY 2018 faidra a creative europe project- a sort video by mark goldworthy-sagohuset thete Europeana Creative is an exciting European project which enables and promotes greater re-use of cultural heritage resources by Europe's creative industries
Whatever your field, especially if you're a creative, you should have a LinkedIn profile. You can post examples of your work for each role you've had, making it more than just a resume. And by having your skills searchable on this platform, you're bound to bring in some traffic to your profile and connect with people who may be looking for your exact design expertise Creative project management software helps your team to easily collaborate in context across projects, making cross-team communication and collaboration an effortless process. Cut out manual work Reducing admin work helps your team hit the ground running with every project . The European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage, Europa Nostra Awards, is Europe's highest honour in the heritage field. It recognises the best restoration projects; the most impressive research; the most dedicated heritage professionals and volunteers; and the finest awareness. V Pionirskem domu smo v okviru festivala LIKfest izvedli projekt LIBERTY/SVOBODNI. V mesecu oktobru smo gostili 2 domača in 2 tuja umetnika. Sodelovali so: L..
CULTURELABS PLATFORM. Recipes for social innovation. creative reuse, enrichment and co-creation. Pilots. CULTURELABS project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 770158 sub-programme Project Please note that this document is based on the e-tutorial provided by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) and is relevant to all of Creative Europe's Culture sub-programme funding strands: www.eacea.ec.europa.e Project summary. The objective of the Urban Manufacturing Project is to ensure that collaborative makerspaces thrive. We achieve this through identifying best practice, testing policy approaches and supporting our cities/regions in creating receptive conditions