This action is expected to foster cooperation between organisations active in the culture field, to increase the European dimension of creation and circulation of European artistic content as well as to encourage the development, experimentation, dissemination or application of new and innovative practices. Live DMA members and their members are eligible to apply to this call.
3 TYPES OF COOPERATION PROJECTS AND THEIR BUDGET
- Category 1: Small scale projects: minimum 3 entities from 3 different eligible countries (EUR 200,000, representing 80% of the total eligible costs for a maximum project duration of 48 months). Current call available here (deadline 07 September 2021)
- Category 2: Medium scale projects: minimum 5 entities from 5 different eligible countries (EUR 1,000,000 representing 70% of the total eligible costs for a maximum project duration of 48 months). Current call available here (deadline 07 September 2021)
- Category 3: Large scale projects: minimum 10 entities from 10 different eligible countries (EUR 2,000,000 representing 60% of the total eligible costs for a maximum project duration of 48 months). Current call available here (deadline 07 September 2021)
OBJECTIVES OF COOPERATION PROJECTS
- to strengthen the transnational creation and circulation of European works and artists;
- to enhance the capacity of European cultural and creative sectors to nurture talents, to innovate, to prosper and to generate jobs and growth.
In addition, priority will be given to projects addressing at least one of the following priorities:
- Audience: to increase cultural access to and participation in culture as well as audience engagement and development both physically and digitally;
- Social inclusion: to promote societal resilience and to enhance social inclusion in/through culture in particular of/for people with disabilities, people belonging to minorities and people belonging to socially marginalised groups,as well as intercultural dialogue;
- Sustainability: to contribute to the European Green Deal, including the New European Bauhaus, by encouraging the European cultural and creative sectors to co-create, adoptand disseminate more environment-friendly practices, as well asto raise awareness on sustainable development through their cultural activities;
- New technology: to help the European cultural and creative sectors fully take advantage of new technologies to enhance their competitiveness, as well as to accelerate their digital transitionas a response to the COVID-19 crisis;
- International dimension: to build the capacity within the European cultural and creative sectors, including grass-roots organisations and micro-organisations, to be active at the international level – in Europe and beyond;
- For the music sector: Building on the 2018-2020 Preparatory action on music, and considering the specific circumstances of the pandemic and its impact, reinforce the capacity of music professionals in:
1) music creation, promotion, distribution and monetisation, helping the sector to address in particular new digital, legal and technical trends stemming from innovations in the market and new business models;
2) cross-border circulation of European music and music export beyond EU borders.
PAST COOPERATION PROJECTS
- Cooperation projects 2020
- Cooperation projects in 2019
- Cooperation projects in 2018
- Cooperation projects in 2017
- Cooperation projects in 2016
See your Creative Europe National Desk or send a mail to the Creative Europe Agency EACEA-CREATIVE-EUROPE-COOPERATIONPROJECTS@ec.europa.eu