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Culture project development

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Inhouse-Seminar at University Salzburg, MA Cultural Production. Excerpt of presentation on the EU-Programme Culture 2007. Project Application and Communication Seminar. EuroConsults, Rafael Michalczuk

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Culture project development

  1. 1. Culture 2007: Project Application Seminar EuroConsults Universität Salzburg
  2. 2. Goals - EU programme Culture 2007 • Promoting transborder Goal 1 mobility for creative artists • Support in transborder Goal 2 dissemination of artistic and cultural works • Promoting intercultural Goal 3 dialogueEuroConsults
  3. 3. Programme administration Culture 2007EuroConsults
  4. 4. Programme administration Culture 2007 European Commission • European Capital of Culture • Cultural awards • Studies • Publishing of outcomesEuroConsults
  5. 5. Programme administration Culture 2007 The DG education & Culture is responsible for varrious areas including sports, youth, Language, education, culture & media. http://ec.europa.eu/culture/eac/index_de.htmlEuroConsults
  6. 6. Programme administration Culture 2007 The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) is responsible for the management of certain parts of the EUs programmes in the fields of education, culture and audiovisual.EuroConsults
  7. 7. EACEA – Education, Audiovisuell & Culture ExecutivAgency Postal address: Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency Avenue du Bourget 1 BOUR BE-1140 Brussels eacea-info@ec.europa.eu http://eacea.ec.europa.euEuroConsults
  8. 8. Programme administration Culture 2007 Cultural contact points have been established in the Member States and in most of the other countries taking part in the programme. They are responsible for • promoting the programme • facilitating the participation of as many cultural professionals as possible • ensuring an exchange of information with national cultural institutions • maintaining contact between the participants in the various Community programmes and a link with the other sources of information on the various Community programmes. http://ec.europa.eu/culture/annexes-culture/your-contact-in-your-country_en.htmEuroConsults
  9. 9. CCP – CulturalContactPoint Austria Bundesministerium für Unterricht, Kunst und Kultur Mag. Elisabeth Pacher Concordiaplatz 2 1014 Wien elisabeth.pacher@bmukk.gv.at http://www.ccp-austria.atEuroConsults
  10. 10. CCP – CulturalContactPoint Germany c/o Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft Sabine Bornemann & Mareike Rauche Weberstraße 59A - Haus der Kultur D - 53113 Bonn info@ccp-deutschland.de http://www.ccp-deutschland.de/EuroConsults
  11. 11. Budget 2007 – 2013 Budget Culture 2007 • The programme has a total Strand 1 budget of 400 5% million € for 8% whole funding Strand 2 period 2007- 10% 2013. Strand 3 • The annual budget is around 43 million € and 77% 58 million € per Common year expenses & AdminsitrationEuroConsults
  12. 12. Current requirements in funding period 2007 - 2013 • Entitled to apply are private and public organisations and institutions with its own legal status working in the field of culture for (non-) profit (Galleries, orchestras, Dance-theatre companies, culture companies, Universities, foundations, municipalities etc. • Entitled countries: 27 memeber states, EEC countries, membership aspirants and Albania & Montenegro as associated countriesEuroConsults
  13. 13. Current requirements in funding period 2007 - 2013 Fields of interest Cultural Visual arts Performing Design and heritage Arts applied Arts Architecture, Multimedia Interdisciplinary literature and and new ICT projects readingEuroConsults
  14. 14. Current requirements in funding period 2007 - 2013 Grants available in strands 1&2 of Culture 2007EuroConsults
  15. 15. Type of Actions Cooperation projects: what is it? Cultural project Cooperation between organisations from different countries Common objectives beyond frontiers Cooperation projects Strand 1.1 Strand 1.3.5 Strand 1.2.1 Multi-annual Third Countries Cooperation projects cooperation projects projects 36 – 60 months Up to 24 months Up to 24 months Min. 3 partners + Min. 6 partnres Min. 3 partners min. 1 third country 200.000 € - 500.000 € 50.000 € - 200.000 € 50.000 € - 200.000 € per yearEuroConsults
  16. 16. 1.1 Multi-annual cooperation projects • Performances, literature networks, theatre organsiations, Art & movie projects, Artists platforms, research Funded projects, workshops & seminars, activities visual art By funding these activities the EU supports creative actors • Lasting from a minimum of 36 from different countries in months to a maximum of 60 Projects months realising their cooperation duration projects with a duration of several years. • 200.000 € . 500.000 € The aim ist to build up • But max. 50% of tutal eligible transnational European cultural Grant costs allocation networks and to foster the intercultural dialogue. • At least 6 actors in the field of culture from 6 different Applicant countries sEuroConsults
  17. 17. Platform 11+ - Artistic Discoveries in European Schoolyards Example The man on the horse PLATFORM 11+ wants to present a many- Emil and the detectives layered (self-) portrait of a young European generation, whose presence at the beginning of the 21st century is reflected in numerous works of art. Partners: 13 theatres from 12 countries in collaboration with Cultural institustions and Universities and schools Duration: May 2009 – April 2012 Funding: 1.995.793 € (48,66%)EuroConsults
  18. 18. PROSPERO Example The aims are to link different production ressources and artistic Husbands dispositions, to support the development of creating culture and to guarantee the training of young actors. Partners: Coalition of 6 big theatre organisations from different countries to promote Art and Culture all over Europa Duration: June 2008 – December 2012 Funding: 5.36 million €EuroConsults http://www.t-n-b.fr/fr/prospero/saison/index.php
  19. 19. European Capital of Culture Each year, cities chosen as European Capitals of Culture provide living proof of the richness and diversity of European cultures. Started in 1985, the initiative has become one of the most prestigious and high-profile cultural events in Europe. More than 40 cities have been designated European Capitals of Culture so far, from Stockholm to Genoa, Athens to Glasgow, and Cracow to Porto. A city is not chosen as a European Capital of Culture solely for what it is, but mainly for what it plans to do for a year that has to be exceptional.EuroConsults
  20. 20. Example European Capital of Culture Graz 2003 http://www.graz03.at/ http://ec.europa.eu/culture/our-programmes-and- actions/doc413_en.htm Linz 2009 http://www.linz09.at/en/willkommen.htmlEuroConsults
  21. 21. Example European Capital of Culture The European Capitals of Culture have already been chosen for the years up to 2014: 2012 Guimarães (Portugal) and Maribor (Slovenia) 2013 Marseille (France) and Kosice (Slovakia) 2014 Umeå (Sweden) and Riga (Latvia)EuroConsults Guimarães Maribor Marseille Kosice
  22. 22. EVE Database http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/education_culture/eve/alfresco/faces/jsp/dialog/aEuroConsults dvanced-search-eve.jsp
  23. 23. Project Partner Search http://culture.teamwork.fr/partner_search/index.phpEuroConsults
  24. 24. European Networks http://www.cultureactioneurope.org/EuroConsults
  25. 25. Project development What are the typical „ingredients“ of a project?EuroConsults
  26. 26. Project development Mind-MappingEuroConsults
  27. 27. Project developmentEuroConsults
  28. 28. Project development 3 Types of project goalsEuroConsults
  29. 29. THANKS!EuroConsults Für Ihre Aufmerk- samkeit! For your attention. 29

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