Start the year with fresh challenges! The Culture and Creativity Programme is calling for Cultural Leaders in 6 Eastern Partnership countries to join its cultural leadership programme.
The recent report prepared for Arts Council England shows that every pound of public funding pays back £5 in tax contributions from the cultural and creative sector as a whole as well as makes input to development of tourism and creation of working places in Great Britain.
Ex-Managing Director of the BBC World Service explaining why does culture remain relevant in times of political and economic instability.
BBC Panorama has shown that machines have already filled thousands of British jobs. And millions more are threatened.
Tim Williams, Head of the EU-Eastern Partnership Culture & Creativity Programme, who has 20 years’ experience in managing cultural projects, has shared his list of notable and useful books.
We would like to present you here a theme selection of the quotes of the famous culture adepts, philosophers, scientists, and writers.
Dear colleagues, we have created a permanently updated page for grants for cultural and creative projects, scholarships and residencies.
Creative industries have for many years now been a profitable economic sector in EU countries. They contribute to the development of cities and countries as a whole and receive considerable support and investment from state, city and European programmes. 'Ukrainska Pravda' (Culture) with the assistance of the EU-EaP 'Culture and Creativity Programme' shares the best European practices in the field of creative industries. Read on below to find out about squats, creative hubs and their contribution to the creative economy.
Experts of Creative Europe provide practical advice that could help organisations to submit proposals.
Here are free online courses for those who would like to freshen up their knowledge and know their way around art.