Join the Opening Conference of Craft Hub on 21st April. Craft Hub is a European project co-funded by Creative Europe that is focused on craft in the context of cultural heritage. The Irish partner in the project is Carlow County Council.
Graffiti Theatre has partnered with West Cork Music to present a series of workshops with authors for young people aged 15-19. 'Passports' will appeal to teenaged readers and is part of the READON EU project which is co-funded by Creative Europe.
Cultural Adaptations, co-funded by Creative Europe, has published two free toolkits to help cultural organisations adapt to the impacts of climate change - Adapting Our Culture Toolkit and Embedded Artist Toolkit.
The new 2021-2027 Erasmus+ programme has been launched with an estimated budget of €26.2 billion, nearly double its predecessor programme. Erasmus+ supports education, training, youth, and sport in Europe. It provides funding for organisations to operate projects that encourage European exchange, co-operation and learning.
Watch the video of our i-Portunus Cultural Heritage Briefing which looks at eligibility, the kind of activities funded, guidelines and the application process. The deadline for this call is 15th April, 2021. This mobility scheme is supported by the Creative Europe programme.