This action will support projects that aim to increase the visibility and the circulation of European emerging artists and works outside their own borders, in Europe and beyond.
The Evaluation Criteria for the EIT’s Call for Proposals 2021 for a new EIT Knowledge and Innovation Community in the Cultural and Creative Sectors and Industries (CCSI) have been published.
The Ukrainian Institute and the Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine are finishing the implementation of the Alteration – the programme for cultural and civil society actors from Ukraine and the EU. Alteration is a programme that consists of a series of online events aimed to define new efficient approaches to establishing, building and developing intercultural relations and connections between Ukraine and the EU in conditions of pandemic-induced uncertainty, changes, and instability. It is a mutual initiative of the EU Delegation to Ukraine and the Ukrainian Institute, supported via the EU-funded Cultural Relations Platform.
Funding opportunities under the new Creative Europe Programme MEDIA and Cross-sectoral Strands. All calls for proposals under the Creative Europe MEDIA and Cross-sectoral Strands have now been launched. The European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) will organise online Info Sessions to explain the new funding opportunities and application process.
Bring your stories to life with Creative Europe. Creative Europe supports the development of quality audiovisual content: fiction, animation, creative documentaries, TV series or online formats.