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Sector: Culture and creative industries
Type: Grant
Organiser: Creative Europe
Location: Europe
Deadline: 27 November 2019

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This opportunity is perfectly suitable for:

 ■ Legal entities (private companies, non-profit organisations, associations, charities, foundations, municipalities/Town Councils, etc.) established in one of the countries participating in the Culture sub-programme.

 ■ Creative, cultural, and heritage organisations working across any art form, including the visual arts, dance, theatre, literature, performance, music, heritage, architecture, design, circus, festivals, craft, and fashion.

What is it all about?

This funding opportunity 

  ■ Supports the capacity of the European cultural and creative sectors 

  ■ To operate transnationally and internationally;

  ■ To promote the circulation of cultural and creative works and the mobility of cultural and creative players, in particular of artists, transnationally.

  ■ Improves access to European cultural and creative works and extends their reach to new and larger audiences.

  ■ Contributes to innovation and creativity in the field of culture.

Duration: 

Up to 48 months

What do I get?

Funding for your cooperation project up to EUR 200,000 or up to EUR 2,000,000

What do I need to apply?

Smaller scale projects

■ A lead organisation and at least two other partner organisations with their respective legal seats  located in aminimum of three separate countries participating in the Culture Sub-programme.

Larger scale projects

■ A lead organisation and at least five other partners with their respective legal seats located in at least six separate countries participating in the Culture Sub-programme.

In both project-types, either the project leader or a partner must have its legal seat in an EU Member State or an EFTA country, and the project must have a maximum duration of 48 months.

How do I apply?

■ Read the ‘Call for proposals’, the ‘Guidelines’, and the ‘Guide for applicants’ carefully.

■ You must have an EULogin (European Commission Authentication Service) account. If you already have an EULogin account, you may use it. Otherwise, click here to create an EULogin account. When you have created your EULogin account, return to this page.

■ The applicant and all partner organisations must be registered in the Participant Portal. Organisations that register in the Portal receive a Participant Identification Code (PIC) that will be requested in the application form. In order to register in the Participant Portal, you will need your EULogin username and password.

■ In the Portal all applicants should: attach a legal entity form accompanied by the required annexes; create an official electronic application form, also called the eForm.

■ When completing your application do not forget also to complete and attach the compulsory annexes to the eForm.

■ Once you have completed the eForm and attached the annexes, validate the eForm. This triggers an automatic check that informs you whether your application form is complete. If this is the case, you can submit it online.

■ Once you have submitted your application online you should receive a confirmation email and reference number. 

Supplementary documents

Guidelines

Call for proposals

Good to know:

Maximum co-financing rate of 50-60% of total costs.

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