Training for Application Writing for the Creative Europe Programme
Culture Bridges has partnered with Creative Europe's Ukrainian branch to conduct a series of training sessions focusing on the skill of writing a project application for the Creative Europe programme.
During the one-day sessions attendees are informed about all the possibilities at the Creative Europe programme; what kind of projects the programme supports; securing project funding from Creative Europe; the core content and skill of writing a successful grant application; and an overview of how grant programmes work. We will soon be announcing the start of a competition for a second wave of training sessions, scheduled for June-July 2019. Follow us to keep up-to-date!
The founder of ISIS Arts, Clymene has more than 15 years' experience developing programmes that have featured more than 300 artists and arts organisations. She also advises European platforms as an advocate of cultural support, promoting culture and the arts as central to civic life.
Liz is a passionate promoter of culture with more than 25 years of experience as a creative producer, managing singular projects broad in range in scope – from small-scale, local celebrations to city-wide festivals. She is a co-founder of Walk the Plank, a leading UK institution in the organisation of open-air arts events.
We have taped a portion of a training session and are glad to share it with all who were unable to attend the workshops.
To learn more about the Creative Europe programme, we highly recommend enrolling in their free-of-charge online course.
We have recorded part of one of the training and are happy to share it with everyone.