Download our Case Studies publication Across Borders Across the Board featuring 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 below and get some ideas for your own activities. These are mostly projects involving Irish partners. You can see who their partners were, the types of activities that were funded and follow links to the projects' websites.
Art form: Digital Arts
A Woman’s Work project uses photography and digital media to challenge the dominant view of gender and work in Europe. The project will explore the shifting relationship between home and the workplace through artistic collaboration and exchange across borders to co-produce exhibitions, publications and online resources.
EUCIDA is an interactive and innovative community of digital artists and cultural workers.
The project CAPTCHA – Creative Approaches to Living Cultural Archives creates, via a Europe-wide exchange of experiences and the teamwork of media producers and scientists, the basis for a long-lasting collaborative cross-border project. The main focus is interactive work on a living and creative solution to uncomplicatedly present content that can easily be discovered.
The network aims to link up scientific aspects and ideas with approaches used in digital art.
FUTURE ARTIST-MAKER LABS is a project which explores the potential for artists and creatives to experiment with digital fabrication in their artistic practice.
Weather Stations harnesses the transformative power and vision of literature to explore in the context of climate change how, as European and global citizens, we might live our lives differently. Weather Stations in Poland, Germany, United Kingdom, Ireland and Australia will host a writer-in-residence programme, from which a range of activities for artists, activists, philosophers, scientists and young people will flow. The programme will include debates, skills development, online activity and creative projects in schools and communities, festivals and literature hubs.