Get ready for the Perform Europe Open Call!
Perform Europe is a funding scheme for the European performing arts sector, supporting innovative ideas to make the international touring of performing arts more inclusive, diverse and green.
On 1 December 2023, Perform Europe will launch its Open Call for funding, aiming to grant €2.1 million to a minimum of 35 successful partnership proposals.
Exclusively for Slovenian arts organisations, you will get a preview of the open call, the eligibility criteria and the application process as well as receive guidance on finding international partners. Join us on November 16 at the info session Mobility and cross-cultural Cooperation: Exploring Opportunities from Creative Europe in the framework of the 66th Pearle*-Live Performance Europe’s members conference hosted b the Association of Slovene Theatre Managers.
The call will stay open for four months. A minimum of three partners from three Creative Europe countries is required for each partnership application, presenting a minimum of one artistic work.
Perform Europe will grant €2,1 million to a minimum of 35 successful partnership applicants. The maximum grant available for each selected applicant will be €60.000.
Grants will be divided into three categories:
- €12.000 small scale projects
- €32.000 medium scale projects
- €60.000 large scale projects
5% of the total funding will be dedicated towards collaborative projects which involve partnerships with Ukrainian partners and/or support initiatives for the Ukrainian performing arts sector.
Perform Europe open call will be launched on 1 December 2023 with a deadline of 31 March 2024!
Learn more about the Open Call at PerformEurope.eu.
Perform Europe will offer various information, promotion and knowledge-sharing events in connection with the open call.
Perform Europe is led by a consortium of European performing arts networks – IETM – International network for contemporary performing arts, European Dance Development Network (EDN), European Festivals Association (EFA), Circostrada, Pearle* (Live Performance Europe), along with research organisation IDEA Consult.