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Creative Europe Culture Sub-programme

Deadline | Ongoing 2017 | Irl - Europe

The culture sub-programme provides funding to organisations who work in the field of culture and heritage.

Additional Info

  • Opportunity Name: Creative Europe Culture Sub-programme
  • Type: Funding
  • Description:

    The culture sub-programme has a budget of EUR 454.8 million for the period 2014-2020. It provides funding to organisations who work in the field of culture and heritage. The programme offers four separate funding schemes:


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    The cultural and creative sectors express Europe's immensely rich and diverse cultural heritage, and contribute to the development of our societies.  These sectors play a major role in the European economy and help generate growth and jobs.  Creative Europe is designed to protect and promote cultural and linguistic diversity in the EU, strengthen the competitiveness of these sectors and open up new markets, opportunities and audiences for those involved.

    The overall objectives of the programme are to:
    • Support the capacity of European cultural and creative sectors to operate transnationally
    • Promote the transnational circulation of cultural and creative works and operators to reach new audiences in Europe and beyond
    • Strengthen the financial capacity of the cultural and creative sectors, and in particular small and medium-sized enterprises and organisations
    • Support transnational policy cooperation in order to foster policy development, innovation, audience building and new business models


    The priorities in the Culture Sub-programme are to:
    • Strengthen the sector's capacity by supporting actions that provide operators with skills and know how particularly in the digital technologies area, testing new approaches to audience building and new business models
    • Support actions that enable operators to internationalise their careers
    • Strengthen European cultural networks
    • Promote the transnational circulation of work (international touring, events, exhibitions, literature)
    • Support audience building in order to stimulate interest in European cultural works

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