Együttműködési támogatás a művészeti- és kulturális transznacionális tevékenységek és az ágazatközi szervezetek között. Támogatást kaphatnak azok a kulturális szervezetek és a kulturális ágazaton kívűli szervezetek, amelyek művészeti és kulturális projektek megvalósításában vesznek részt többek között az alábbiakban felsorolt országokbanm pl. Magyarországon is. A Collaboration Grants értéke €15,000- max. €30,000 lehet. Jelentkezési határidő: 2013 március 25. 17.00 óra.
Collaboration Grants funds cross-sectorial organisations to create artistic and cultural transnational activities.
Collaboration Grants are awarded to cultural organisations and organisations outside the cultural sector that are working together on artistic and cultural projects across different countries of wider Europe (see below for a list of eligible countries). At least one partner applicant must work in a sector outside the cultural field but the main applicant should work in the cultural sector.
This call for 2013 Collaboration Grants will align with the focus towards a new European community of practice. By specifically looking for cross-sectoral collaborations, ECF hopes to ignite creative movements that are already happenning across Europe and deserve to be recognised. We will be supporting and connecting cultural change-makers in Europe whose work contributes to an ongoing cross-sectoral debate on Europe and Europe’s place in the world and contributes to sustainable societies.
We have funded a vast array of projects in the past, bringing new ideas and inspired visions to diverse audiences across Europe. In 2012, we awarded 13 Collaboration Grants having received a total of 420 applications. You can download the full list of successful Collaboration Grants awarded in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.
Visual Narratives: European Borderlines (picture above) was funded through the Collaboration Grant scheme. The project brought together 12 photographers from Iceland, Latvia, Portgual, Turkey countries who crossed borders – both physical and cultural – to create a collection of visual narratives from countries and people on the edge of Europe. The participants were mentored by photographers, Vanessa Winship and George Georgiou, in collaboration with project organisations: ISSP – Latvia, GAPO – Turkey, Maioclaro – Portugal and FISL – Iceland.
Where we fund
The lead applicant/cultural organisation from the cultural sector must be based in one of the following European countries: Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia (FYROM), Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and the United Kingdom.
Partnering applicants from outside the cultural sector can be based in one of the above-mentioned European countries and/or in one of the following countries: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestinian Territories, Syria and Tunisia. (We encourage cooperation with this region, as long as the content of the project clearly relates to European cross-border cooperation.)
How to apply, application form and deadlines
Not sure if you are eligible? Try out our eligiblity wizard to find out whether you can apply!
If your project is eligible, you can submit your Collaboration Grants application online. This not only makes sure your application is complete, it also ensures that the budget is balanced. And you will receive an instant confirmation that we have received your proposal!
The average Collaboration Grants award is €15,000 with maximum funding of €30,000. Applications are reviewed by independent advisers and the entire process takes up to a maximum 10 weeks.
Read the New Collaboration Grants Guidelines 2013 and Apply
The call for Collaboration Grants opens on 1 February 2013. You can apply through the link at the end of the updated guidelines (download the guidelines here) but we recommend you carefully read through them before considering to apply. The deadline for submitting applications is 25 March 2013 at 17:00 (C.E.T.).
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