CulturEU: new guide makes EU funding for the cultural and creative sectors more accessible
November 30, 2021

CulturEU: new guide makes EU funding for the cultural and creative sectors more accessible

The European Commission has published a new interactive guide that maps all funding available at EU level for the cultural and creative sectors in 2021-2027.

The CulturEU funding guide covers opportunities linked to the European Commission’s flagship programmes Creative Europe, Horizon Europe, Erasmus+, European Solidarity Corps, ‘Global Europe – Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument (NDICI)’, and others.

You can find the right funding opportunity, based on the sector you are working in, type of organisation and the support you are looking for.

The CulturEU funding guide also features a set of inspiring examples of projects that have already benefited from EU funding between 2014 and 2020. For example, Hubs of Innovation and Entrepreneurship for the Transformation of Historic Urban Areas, with the participation of Ukraine.

The funding guide is also available to download as a brochure.

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