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. 

Creative Europe ProjectsThe European Commission hosts a project database that contains all projects funded under the Creative Europe programme. 

Art form: Youth Arts

BUZZ Network

The BUZZ Network will deliver multinational training events for youth theatre practitioners, engaging over 100 professionals from around twenty European countries.

Circus250: Diverse, Real, Physical

Circus250: Diverse, Real, Physical brings together a four-country partnership to address the need for high quality ethnically diverse performances that can appeal to popular audiences.

Creative Makers

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.

Mapping

A Map on the aesthetics of performing arts for early years is an artistic research project focused on creating a sensory-based relationship with very young children, from 0 to 6 years, through performing arts.

PUSH

PUSH: exploring identity, borders and ‘safety zones’ in theatre and dance for young audiences.

PUSH+

PUSH+ project will stimulate European dialogue and initiate new artistic ideas and performances around three topics in performance for young audiences - Home, Failure and Different Bodies. Each topic will have a year-long focus with a Lab, Residency and Festival Visit/Presentation. PUSH+ will also explore three artistic formats - Participatory, Site-specific and Inter-generational across all three topics.

Alter Ego

Imagine you were born in another European country. Who would you be? Where would you go? How would you behave? What would interest you? What would you look like? What languages would you speak?

European Outdoor Art Academy

The School of Spectacle will deliver five international ‘training through production’ schools in outdoor arts for up to 125 international creative practitioners from seven small cities over two years.

MusXchange

European Federation of National Youth Orchestras (EFNYO) programme for fostering transnational mobility, strengthening of skills and audience building for pre-professional musicians in Europe.

Small size big citizens

An exchange of ideas on performing arts for the early years (0-6 years of age) within Europe.

Small size big citizens

An exchange of ideas on performing arts for the early years (0-6 years of age) within Europe.

Small Size, Performing Arts Festival for Children

Small size, the European Network for the diffusion of performing arts aimed at early childhood (0-6), provides a structure through which to meet, share expertise and exchange knowledge; to develop collaborative projects and disseminate information and research.

Weather Stations

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.