The European Commission and its programme Creative Europe invite projects in the field of the conservation of cultural heritage to apply for Europe’s most prestigious awards – the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards 2022.
In 2022, awards will be given in five categories: conservation & adaptive reuse; research; education, training & skills; citizens engagement & awareness-raising; and heritage champions.
Entries can be related to tangible, intangible or digital heritage, ranging from small to large, from local to European and international.
Up to 30 remarkable heritage achievements from all over Europe will be awarded. Of those, up to 5 winners will receive a Grand Prix with a prize of €10,000. One winner will also receive the Public Choice Award following an online vote.
Entries for the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards may only be submitted from countries participating in the Creative Europe programme, including Ukraine and Georgia (if the country signs the association agreement to the Creative Europe programme by the announcement of the winners in September 2022).
Entries submitted by countries that are members of the Council of Europe but are not participating in the Creative Europe Programme are only eligible for the Europa Nostra Awards (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, the Republic of Moldova), but they are not eligible to win a Grand Prix.
The deadline for applications is 1 February.
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