Artists & Creatives Community Covid-19 Resource Platform

A platform by the cultural & creative sectors for the cultural & creative sectors

We want to gather in one place all initiatives/ information related to the cultural and creative sectors in the EU in response to the COVID crisis

Latest information

  • All
  • Advocacy Initiatives
  • Cooperation opportunities
  • EU response
  • Events
  • Funding
  • Organisations and initiatives
  • Research / Surveys
  • Stories / Good practices
  • Tools & Resources
Stories / Good practices

UK Video Game Ambassador network

The Video Games Ambassador (VGA) scheme is an online platform which aims to inspire the next generation of industry talent.

Stories / Good practices

Submit your artwork to the Ukie colouring book!

Ukie ,the trade association for the UK interactive entertainment industry, is looking for talented individuals to submit their artwork to the Ukie colouring book.

Stories / Good practices

Studio Spiga supports Italian artists and creatives in lockdown

Studio Spiga provides advice and assistance in the field of intellectual property in the Italian and German legal systems to firms and artisans, creatives and artists.

Tools & Resources

Surveys of the Architects’ Council of Europe on the impacts of the Covid-19 on the profession

The Architects’ Council of Europe (ACE) conducted two surveys among its Member Organisations to understand how they are dealing with the COVID-19 crisis and try to evaluate its initial impact on the architectural profession and market.

Organisations and initiatives

European Choral Association – Europa Cantat (ECA)

ECA-EC is a non-profit association gathering organisations, choirs and individuals active in the field of collective singing in Europe. It aims to foster cooperation and mutual understanding between cultures, nations and individuals across social and political borders, to promote collective singing as tool for education and for community building and to represent the interests of the singing community.



#AgoraLiveTalks are a collaborative way to reflect on the actual context and its impact on the Now and Then of public space, and on public space makers.

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