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Creative Europe Culture sub-programme & Co-operation Projects. Interim UK Creative Europe Desk for Culture sub- programme. Support to UK arts, cultural, heritage, creative sector organisations applying to Creative Europe’s Culture sub- programme
(Culture – MEDIA – MEDIA Mundus) but two Strands
Discontinued: 3rd country call, ambassadors, festivals
But: International (non Eur) partners can participate, for up to 30% of project budget
Support to the translation and promotion of European literature and translated works
28 Member States
Expressed interest – to be confirmed…
- Visual Arts
- Performing Arts
- Literature, books and reading
- Architecture, design, applied arts,
* - 6months for all other deadlines
273 UK organisations were involved in 344 projects receiving almost 128 million Euros in total.
30% of cooperation projects were led by a UK partner.
The number of UK organisations participating as both lead and partners in projects in 2013 increased by 50% from 2007.
The number of UK organisations participating as lead or partner organisations grew on average by 7% a year.
UK participating in small partner projects increased from 23% to 34% during the life of the Culture programme.
an intensive training programme for European festival directors and producers
SPIELART, Munich (DE), Baltic Circle International Theatre, Helsinki (FI), KrakowskieReminiscencjeTeatralne, Krakow, (PL), Homo Novus, Riga (LV) and LIFT - London (GB). Associate partners are BALTOSCANDAL, Rakvere(EE), EXODOS, Ljubljana (SI) and METEOR, Bergen (NO)
Regeneration Arts Partnership of Intercultural Dialogue
Sea Change Trust, Norfolk , UK
Centre du Théâtre de l'Opprimé Augusto Boal, FR
Municipio de Avis, PT
Youth Department of The City of Turku, FI
Tate Liverpool (UK),
KunstlerischeLeitung LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz, AT
SchirnKunsthalle Frankfurt, DE
“Working with colleagues in each of these institutions has enabled Tate Liverpool to extend the reach of this exhibition Europe wide. Glam! The Performance of Style has allowed a greater layering of institutional influence and expertise, which is important in the development of new artistic products internationally.”
– Andrea Nixon, Executive Director, Tate Liverpool
Imagine 2020 – Arts and Climate Change
Lead organisation: Kaaitheater, Brussels
UK partners: London International Festival of Theatre, Artsadmin
Literature Across Frontiers
Lead organisation: Mercator Institute for Media, Languages and Culture, Aberystwyth University