Fabian Demicoli

Culture Programme 2007-2013

 The Culture Programme 2007-2013 aims at enhancing the
cultural area shared by Europeans through the development of cooperation
activities among cultural operators. The general objectives of the Programme
are the promotion of the trans-national mobility of people working in the
cultural sector, the support for the trans-national circulation of cultural and
artistic works and products and the promotion of inter-cultural dialogue. The
Programme is divided into 3 strands as follows:

Strand 1:
Support for cultural projects

Cultural organisations are given support for projects
that involve working together across borders and the creation and
implementation of cultural and artistic activities.  The thrust of this
strand is to help organisations such as theatres, museums, professional
associations, research centres, universities, cultural institutes and public authorities.
This strand is divided into categories as shown in following table:

Strand 2:
Support for organisations active at European level in the field of culture

The grant under
this strand assists with operation costs incurred by beneficiary organisations
implementing their work programmes. The categories eligible under this
strand are ambassadors, advocacy networks, festivals and policy support
structures for the Culture Agenda.

The maximum amount of grants available varies from EUR
100,000 and EUR 600,000, depending on the category applied for.  EU
Support is limited to 80% of total eligible costs, or the costs estimated in
the proposed work programme. The upcoming deadline for this strand is 15
September 2013.

Strand 3:
Support for analysis and for the collection and dissemination of information
and for maximising the impact of projects in the filed of cultural cooperation

The programme
also supports the collection and dissemination of information and activities in
order to maximise the impact of projects. The upcoming deadline for Strand 3 is
1 October 2013.

More detailed information, including submission
deadlines for 2013, is available at: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/culture/funding/2013/index_en.php or contact the
Cultural Contact Point in on .

 

Category

Max/ Min Funding (EUR)

Deadline

Funding as a % of total eligible cost

Multi-annual
cooperation projects

200,000
– 500,000

1st
October 2013

50

Cooperation
projects

50,000
– 200,000

1st
October 2013

50

Literary
Translation Projects

2,000
– 60,000

Closed

50

Cooperation
Projects with Third Countries

50,000
– 200,000

8
May 2013

50

Support
for European Cultural Festivals

Maximum
100,000

15
Novermber 2013

60

 

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