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.
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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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The Irish Heritage Trust has won an EU Prize for Cultural Heritage for outstanding achievement in the education, training and awareness-raising category for work conducted at Fota Walled Gardens in Cork. 28 awards winners were selected from 263 applications submitted from over 29 countries.
Irish author Donal Ryan was amongst 12 European authors awarded the 2015 European Union Prize for Literature for his novel The Spinning Heart. The winners were announced by Mr. Tibor Navracsics, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport at the opening ceremony of the London Book Fair on Tuesday 14th April 2015.
The latest funding results have been announced for Creative Europe’s Cooperation Projects Strand.
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