The report 'Artists Abroad: i-Portunus the EU’s First Mobility Scheme for Culture' confirms that the Creative Europe artist mobility project was a success in terms of the number of applicants and based on feedback from participants. The artist mobility scheme will be incorporated into the new Creative Europe programme (2021-2027) with increased funding.
If you missed our Creative Europe Showcase in June, now you can watch it on YouTube (see below). Find out find out more about Creative Europe funding, finding European partners and how Cooperation projects work as well as the benefits for Irish partners, artists and audiences.
The European Commission has declared 2021 to be European Year of Rail as part of its European Green Deal. The European Federation of Associations of Industrial and Technical Heritage (EFAITH) wants to identify and protect EU rail heritage as part of this initiative.
Irish Aerial Creation Centre are the Irish partner in the Creative Europe supported project, Island Connect. The project will invite over fifty artists from five island countries of Europe to take part in research and creative artistic residencies to create new works.
Blind Engagement in Accessible MUseum Projects (BEAM UP) features The Glucksman Gallery, Cork as a partner. BEAM UP is a continuation of a previous project, VIBE, that was also supported by Creative Europe.