Whether you’re already active internationally or a newcomer to the world of European cooperation projects, “Funding the Arts” will provide you with the expertise, strategies, and insights necessary to craft a compelling Creative Europe proposal.
An online training course created in partnership with Materahub, “Funding the Arts” will offer a practical, hands-on approach to developing funding applications for international cooperation projects under the European Commission Creative Europe programme.
ABOUT CREATIVE EUROPE
Creative Europe is the European Union programme for the cultural and creative sectors. Under the Culture sub-programme, the scheme offers financial support through grants for networks, platforms, and cooperation projects.
The focus of this course will be the “European cooperation projects” funding line, which supports large, medium and small-scale initiatives piloted by organisations in the EU and beyond. The aim of the programme is to support access to arts and culture and foster innovation and creativity at a European level.
RESEO members: €80
Non-RESEO members: €150
RESEO is a network for arts education and creative learning with a specific focus on opera, music and dance. RESEO currently leads the Erasmus+ project Mind the Gap: Building Digital Bridges to Community, is a member of the EU Smart Composer consortium and was a partner of the Erasmus+ Best Practice Get Close to Opera, among other projects.
Based in the Southern Italian city of Matera, Materahub provides a space for different areas of international expertise to come together and helps local communities turn ideas into reality through knowledge sharing, training opportunities, skills development and international cooperation projects.
Deadline for registration: 31 October
The organisers reserve the right to cancel or postpone the training course if the minimum number of participants is not reached.