Be inspired by Irish projects funded by Creative Europe from 2017 - 2019 in our Across Borders Across the Board Vol II publication. This publication is a visual and contextual resource which highlights Ireland’s success within the Creative Europe Culture funding strand. The case studies detail the benefits that Creative Europe funding has brought to Irish partners who have participated in the programme. The profiles feature both individual artists and cultural organisations across Cooperation projects and Artist Mobility strands of funding. We also focus on Irish participation across the Literary Translation strand; support for European Networks and Platforms; and other European Prizes.
Across Borders Across the Board 2007 - 2013 Vol I which features profiles of all of the projects funded under the Culture Programme 2007-2013 that involved Irish organisations.
Take a look at some examples of Creative Europe funded projects with Irish partners below and get some ideas for your own activities. You can see who their partners were, the types of activities that were funded, and follow links to the projects' websites.
Art form: Craft and Design
Ceramics and its Dimensions is an innovative project encompassing all facets of ceramics and uniting Europe under its wide umbrella.
Carlow County Council will lead the CRAFT HUB project which includes nine partners. The project will showcase European Craft practice and experimentation in disciplines such as glass, ceramics, jewellery, stone-masonry, metalwork, textiles, furniture, digital making and more.
The project aims to address the systemic challenges for the European craft sector identified through surveys to assess the needs of the crafts sectors across 17 European countries.
Creative Makers aims to innovate the traditional craft sectors of letterpress and printing through the co-creation of 4 themed ‘kids’ fablabs’ - creative spaces for children inspired by the newest approaches in tinkering, making, and the fablab movement.
FUSION will offer designers and makers training in digital fabrication skills and co-designing, methodologies to help them develop bespoke products, across fashion, textiles and wearables for active ageing citizens.
Imagining Sustainable Glass Network Europe (ISGNE) will develop supports for artists, designers, curators and cultural workers working in the field of glass in the UK and across Europe through the provision of mobility visits, residencies, exhibitions, professional transnational classes and audience development initiatives such as artist-led community workshops, symposiums and an annual forum.