Creative Europe Desk Ireland - Culture Office

The Creative Europe Desk Culture Office provides information, advice and technical assistance to anyone in Ireland interested in applying to the European Commission for funding under the Creative Europe 2014-2020 programme.

The Creative Europe Desk Culture Office aims to facilitate the participation in the programme for the widest number of cultural professionals and operators as possible.

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Creative Europe 2014-2020 Culture Sub-programme

The Creative Europe 2014-2020 programme is the EU funding programme run by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) for the European Commission. It was established to enhance the cultural area shared by Europeans which is based on a common cultural heritage through the development of cooperation activities among cultural operators from eligible countries in the EU and beyond. 

Find out more about the Creative Europe Culture Sub-programme.


Financial support 

The culture sub-programme provides €454.8 million in funding to organisations who work in the field of culture. The programme offers four separate funding schemes in the arts or heritage field: European cooperation projects; European Networks; European Platforms; Literary translation projects.

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Latest news

23:03:2015 : Call for job-exchange candidates!

The European Network for Cultural Centres (ENCC) has published a call for job-excahnge candidates

20:03:2015 : Call for offers: Next Generation placements mobility program

The International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People (ASSITEJ) presents the third addition of the Next Generation Placements mobility programme (deadline 10 April 2015).

19:03:2015 : Three Irish authors shortlisted for EU Prize for Literature 2015

The European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL) is awarded annually since 2009. The three Irish authors that have made the shortlist for the prize are Mary Costello (Academy Street), Donal Ryan (The Spinning Heart) and Deirdre Sullivan (Primperfect). The prize focuses on new emerging writers.

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