The European Heritage Summit will be held in Berlin, Germany on June 18-24 2018. This event is supported by the European Union's Creative Europe programme and is part of the European Year of Cultural Heritage.
The international partnership is undoubtedly the main benefit, which resulted from the project supported by the Creative Europe programme: the five participating museums from Austria, Poland, Italy, Croatia and Estonia were able to find similarities, share knowledge and exchange experiences. Philippine Loiseau reports from the Creative Synergy+ event (Ljubljana, April 17, 2018).
The European Cultural Foundation (ECF) is launching a new Research and Development grant for 2018 under the theme “Courageous Citizens”. Deadline: 9 May 2018 at 18:00 CET.
European Commission welcomes all citizens and stakeholders interested in culture and history of Europe to respond to this consultation, esp. those who have visited any of the cultural heritage sites bearing the European Heritage Label or have been engaged with it either as a partner or a staff member. Consultation period: 2 March 2018-24 May 2018.
Kaunas introduces EU’s most successful community project – the capital of culture 2022. The heads of ten culture capitals, participants from 15 EU states, politicians, culture operators, artists and other public figures are all guests and speakers at the European Capital of Culture Forum. Among them is Mateja Lazar from Motovila.
In 2017, the European Commission has decided to add nine sites celebrating and symbolising European ideals, values, history and integration to the European Heritage Label list. So far, 38 sites have been designated to the list, including two from Slovenia – Franja Hospital and Javorca Church.
The European Commission has launched a public consultation on EU funds in the area of values and mobility to prepare the next generation of financial programmes for the post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework. All citizens and organisations having an interest in CULTURE, MEDIA and ARTS should respond to this consultation! Deadline: 8 March 2018.
All organisations and members of the public with a personal or professional interest in digital cultural heritage, or in Europeana in particular, are invited to express their opinion, experience and expectations with Europeana and the various aspects of the platform. Consultation period until 14 Jan. 2018.
With the Call for Members, the Future Architecture platform, opens its doors to museums, galleries, festival organisers, academic institutions and other operators with innovative approaches to architecture, and invites them to participate in the 2019 European Architecture Programme. Deadline: 15 Jan 2018.
With 400 short animated films and 9 feature animations, the festival will kick off on December 4th with the screening of Loving Vincent. Animateka is supported by the Creative Europe programme.
The Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Latvia, Creative Europe Desk Latvia, would like to invite you to attend to the International matchmaking seminar “Creative Dialog” from 22 to 23 Nov., 2017. Deadline for applying: Nov 3, 2017.
Performing Gender – Dance makes differences is a two-year European Cooperation Project, supported by Creative Europe programme, between Italy, Slovenia, Spain, The Netherlands and United Kingdom. It investigates gender and dance, and provides skills useful to develop new forms of narrative for LGBTIQ identities in Europe.