ICCI project (Training Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurs and their intermediaries on internationalisation) is a KA2 Strategic Partnership for Development of Innovation financed by European Commission under the Erasmus + program.
The project is focused on training creative and cultural industries’ operators (both entrepreneurs and business intermediaries) to get the skills and competences needed to internationalize their business or their cultural projects.
COTEC Foundation launched in December 2017 its call for innovative projects. Deadline to apply 12 January 2017.
For more information follow the link.
The European Commission H2020 Programme is offering fundraising opportunities for research and innovation in the fields of creative and cultural industries (CCIs) and arts.
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Apply to the #EuropeanPrizeforAppliedArts by 15th February! An initiative of the World Crafts Council.
All craft disciplines are admitted (ceramics, glass, textile, jewellery, wood, paper, furniture, accessories,etc.)
Pieces submitted for the competition must be recent (produced after the 1st January 2016). They shall be made in accordance with the laws about environment and
animal welfare. Their weight must not exceed 100 Kgper piece. Possible exceptions will be decided by the jury or the organizers.
Candidates may submit either one large (eg. large furniture or wall hangings) or three medium-sized pieces (+/- 60 cm) or five small pieces (eg. jewellery, small ceramics
Check the regulation and visit their website for further information: https://europeanprizeforappliedarts.com/
The European Commission Creative Europe Programme launched a call for proposals EACEA 32/2017 – ‘Support for European cooperation projects 2018’ (Category 1 – Smaller scale cooperation projects and Category 2 – Larger scale cooperation projects) to support European Cooperation Projects starting in 2018.
Deadline to apply is: 18/01/2018 at 12:00 noon (CET/CEST, midday Brussels time).
The main objectives of the support for European cooperation projects are:
– To strengthen the capacity of the European cultural and creative sectors to operate
transnationally and internationally and to promote the transnational circulation of cultural and creative works.
– To contribute to audience development by engaging in new and innovative ways with
audiences and improve access to cultural and creative works in the Union and beyond with a particular focus on children, young people, people with disabilities and underrepresented groups.
– To contribute to innovation and creativity in the field of culture, for instance through
testing of new business models and promoting innovative spillovers on other sectors.
A new report was published by the “CulturalBase. Social Platform on Cultural Heritage and European Identities” project.
The report is a proposal to improve the communication and information system in the areas of cultural heritage and European identities. The research has been made in the framework of the 2018 as the European Year of Cultural Heritage, aimed at promoting aa holistic and integrated approach to cultural heritage inclusive and people-centred.
An interesting proposal involving key issues of research, policy making and stakeholders coordination in the field of cultural heritage.
Download the report or follow the link.