i-Portunus 2020-21: MOBILITY IN THE MUSIC AND LITERARY TRANSLATION SECTORS
Who can apply? composers, musicians and singers, preferably in classical music, jazz, and traditional music genres literary translators What can you apply for? Short-term mobility in the context of: international collaboration a production-oriented residency professional…More details
European Commission presents the Creative Europe Monitoring report 2019
The report highlights the achievements of the programme during 2019 and outlines the elements that will establish the next programme. The Creative Europe programme aims to enhance the economic, social…More details
Implementing Steps to Develop and Promote European Music Export
The purpose of this tender is to generate knowledge and spread understanding about as well as explore new approaches for the export of European music by piloting some actions of…More details
Bridging culture and audiovisual content through digital
Within the specific objective to foster policy development, innovation, creativity, audience development and new business and management models through support for transnational policy cooperation, the cross-sectoral strand of the Creative…More details
This measure offers action grants to organisations showcasing and promoting European creators and artists, especially emerging talent, throu...Read more
To support the activities of networks aiming to reinforce the cultural and creative sectors' capacity to operate transnationally and interna...Read more
Creative Europe supports transnational cooperation projects involving cultural and creative organisations from different countries taking pa...Read more
To increase the translation, promotion and readership of high quality European literature. What does it support?
- The translation and...