The EU-funded ‘Creative Europe’ programme has selected 176 artists and cultural professionals from 26 countries, including Ukraine, to be able to start their cultural mobility projects travelling to another Creative Europe country.
The first grantee from Ukraine has already started her cultural heritage project in Lithuania, says a press release by the programme. Several others will start their project in 2022.
Grantees selected 29 destination countries, and some projects will also be implemented in Ukraine.
Out of seven eligible sectors, most of the selected projects are in performing and visual arts, as well as in music.
Culture Moves Europe is the largest European mobility scheme for artists and cultural professionals, targeting all Creative Europe countries (including Armenia, Georgia, and Ukraine) and sectors covered by the Culture Strand of the programme. It encourages artists and cultural professionals to take part in the rolling call for individual mobility of artists and cultural professionals is open until 31 May 2023 with monthly cut-off dates.
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