The aim of the study tours will be raising awareness regarding the possibilities offered by the Creative Europe Programme, building capacity for cross-border cooperation and project development, and strengthen links between cultural operators from the Eastern Partnership countries and from the EU Member States.
Eligible applicants can be government-funded state cultural institutes, private and commercial cultural operators, civil society organisations and non-governmental organisations, engaged in the field of culture and creative sectors.
The focus of study tour to Slovenia (Ljubljana) will be primarily on core art fields including performing arts (theatre, dance) and visual arts, cultural heritage (museums), etc. The detailed plan of study tour will be designed depending on the needs and expectations of the selected participants. The dates for the study visit to Slovenia will be 10-14 April, 2017.
The focus of study tour to Czech Republic (Prague) will be primarily on cultural and creative industries, including design, architecture, music, publishing, games developing, creative hubs and clusters, festivals, etc. The detailed plan of study tour will be designed depending on the needs and expectations of the selected participants. The dates for the study visit to Czech Republic will be 22-26 May, 2017.
The language of the study tour will be English.
It is encouraged to pass the free online-course on the Creative Europe Programme before applying: https://www.