Scottish-European Project Funding

Scottish-European Project Funding

Monday, 21 January 2019, 11.55pm

British Council and Creative Scotland are inviting proposals from the Scottish arts sector to undertake projects with European countries. 

The Scottish arts sector has many established connections in Europe and participates in major international platforms such as Classical Next, Venice Biennale or major festivals (Le Festival Interceltique de Lorient and Cannes etc). However, considering the changing context within the European Union, the aim of this fund is to support artists and arts organisations in Scotland to strengthen or establish new relationships and networks with EU peers, undertake research or pilot initiatives to inform and enable future collaborations to take place.

This fund is to support projects which must be initiated before the end of March 2019 and completed by the end of March 2020. Activity can take place in Scotland and/or in Europe with one or more EU country. (The priority EU countries for the UK are Germany, Italy France, Spain and Ireland, however proposals which also include other EU countries are welcome).

Projects could be manifested in a number of ways such as research and scoping visit, cultural exchange, workshops, delegations, conferences, residencies etc. All proposals should be, or lead to, mutual benefit. This funding is not eligible for project deliver, touring or showcasing work, which is covered by other funding streams. 

See further details at the link below. 

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Published on 20 December 2018

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