Creative Europe opens new call for cooperation projects – Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine can apply!
November 23, 2022

Creative Europe opens new call for cooperation projects – Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine can apply!

The EU’s ‘Creative Europe’ programme has launched a call for cooperation projects. The grants of different scales will support projects to carry out a broad spectrum of activities and initiatives involving artists and stakeholders active in different cultural and creative sectors.

With a budget of €60 million, the action will foster cooperation between organisations active in the culture field, to increase the European dimension of creation and circulation of European artistic content as well as to encourage the development, experimentation, dissemination or application of new and innovative practices.

Priority will be given to projects addressing audience engagement, social inclusion, digital transition, environment-friendly practices, and international dimension (at least one of these priorities). The consequences of the war in Ukraine on its population and on the cultural and creative sectors of that country should be taken into account as much as possible in the project proposals.

The call is open for legal entities (public or private bodies) from ‘Creative Europe’ countries, including Armenia, Georgia, and Ukraine.

The programme will support 130 projects of small, medium and large scale.

The deadline for applications is 23 February 2023.

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February 23, 2023



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