The Creative FLIP initiative, co-funded by the European Union, announces an open competition for cultural and creative organisations and structures from all the Eastern Partnership countries.
This is a chance for cultural centres, youth centres, theatres, associations, creative hubs, maker spaces and legal organisations (Creative Facilitators) in the relevant field to interest children in the arts through a joint project with a primary or secondary school.
Successful applicants will receive organisational support and €7,500 for a nine-month project that will simultaneously introduce children to working in the cultural and creative sectors and help them develop their talents.
The deadline for applications is 6 June.
The Creative FLIP, offering this Learning Lab programme, is co-funded by the EU and a consortium of five partners, led by the Goethe-Institut.
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