Rencontres européennes: L'accompagnement de la jeune création
Be Creative without / beyond Creative Europe! An online guide in progress by Marie Le Sourd and Mary Helen Young IETM Meeting, Bergamo, 25 April 2015 The story behind the online guide - A commission by IETM to On the Move - A guide supported by various organisations: Mezzanine Spectacles, Cultural Fabrik and Association Culture et Dveloppement
- Contributions by individuals and organisations with an expertise in the development of EU projects (Charlotte Bohl-Mustafa, Mary Helen Young, ECAS and PEARLE*) A set of information, web-references for the funding of culture related projects in Europe and beyond! The story behind the online guide (to be online latest by June 2015)
- A listing of trans-national/cross-sectorial sources of funding in Europe and beyond - A focused introduction to selected EU funding programmes which can benefit the cultural sector - A list of tips and food for thoughts to identify sources of funding and new types of partnerships/ support for development First part: Cultural Mobility related Projects
Recall existing resources and online guides co-produced by On the Move and partners (Asia-Europe Foundation, Ministry of Culture and CommunicationFrance, Arab Education Forum, Martin E Segal Theatre, CUNY, Graduate Centre and Theatre Without Borders) More than 1,000 funding schemes listed in Europe, Asia, the Arab world and the USA. Travels at least partially funded. Forms of cultural mobility
Co-production/collaboration project Training Residencies Participation in meetings, networks, seminars, incubator projects etc. Research Go and see/exploration grants Job experiences Etc.
On the Move http://on-the-move.org Cultural mobility funding guides (Europe/Asia/Arab world/US) http://on-the-move.org/funding Europe http://on-the-move.org/funding/europe/
Example of information contained in the cultural mobility (CM) guide http://on-the-move.org/funding/europe/ Example of information contained in the CM guide http://on-the-move.org/funding/europe/ Second part: Trans-national / trans-sectorial funding schemes Focus on Europe
- Trans-national sources of funding - Regional sources of funding - Europe and the world Other sources of funding to consider - Fully paid residencies - Scholarships - Trans-sectorial forms of funding - Competitions and awards - International Focus The majority world
- Non EU related funds Third part: EU funding programmes - ERASMUS + (by Charlotte Bohl-Mustafa) - Europe for citizens (by ECAS) - Horizon 2020 (by ECAS) - Europe-Aid by (Mary Helen Young) - Interreg (by Mary Helen Young) - Structural funds and regional cohesion policy (by PEARLE*)
- European Regional Development Fund (by ECAS) - COSME (by PEARLE*) Additional tips: - Social Innovation programme (1. PROGRESS, 2. EURES and 3. Microfinance and Entrepreneurship) (by PEARLE*) - Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs > examples Fourth part: Other funding sources and tips - Cities/regions support
- Bilateral exchange / special cultural years - Crowdfunding - Incubators programme - Networks meetings, training - Tips beyond online calls/opportunities etc. Fifth part: Online resources related to funding (other online guides; information platforms, MOOC, tips from
beyond Europe etc.) Still open to feedback! Be Creative without / beyond Creative Europe! An online guide in progress Thank you! Marie Le Sourd
[email protected] Next: Mary Helen Young for some insights on EuropeAid, Interreg. and ERASMUS+. is financed by the Ministry of Culture and Communication-France, Relais Culture Europe and through project grants by the Asia-Europe Foundation, Korea Arts Management Service, IETM, GALA project and networks/art and culture related organisations.
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