Creative Europe (2014-2020) will support European creative sectors with a budget of €1.46 billion.
The Creative Europe Culture Sub-programme has four main funding strands, each for a particular type of action. The objectives of the programme are pursued through the implementation of the following measures:
- Support for European Cooperation Projects
- Support for European Platforms
- Support for European Networks
- Support for Literary Translations
The bulk of the Culture sub-programme budget (approximately 70%) is granted through the European cooperation projects strand.
The Creative Europe Culture Sub-Programme has a fixed calendar of deadlines for the funding period 2014–2020. You can see details of upcoming funding deadlines in a table below when and as calls are published.There are no funding calls available at the moment.
Please visit our FAQ section to view some frequently asked questions. Alternatively you can email email@example.com with specific queries regarding the funding available under the Creative Europe Culture Sub-programme.
In addition to the direct funding offered through the Culture Sub-programme, the European Commission also funds support measures for Special Actions. These actions are designed to raise awareness of Europe’s culture and heritage sectors by rewarding achievement and highlighting excellence.