Call for Entries - Europa Nostra Awards 2019

2018-09-15

It's time to submit your project and share your work across Europe! Architects, craftsmen, cultural heritage experts, professionals and volunteers, public and private institutions, and local communities: this is your chance to win the top heritage award in Europe!

The European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards are Europe's highest honour in the heritage field. The Awards recognise the best conservation projects, the most impressive research, the most dedicated heritage professionals and volunteers, and the finest awareness raising, training and educational programmes.

Up to 30 remarkable heritage achievements from all over Europe will be awarded. Of those, 7 laureates will receive a Grand Prix and €10,000 each; one will be granted the Public Choice Award, chosen through an online poll conducted by Europa Nostra, the leading European heritage network.

All the winners will be celebrated at the European Heritage Awards Ceremony in June 2019.

The Awards have brought major benefits to the winners, such as greater (inter)national exposure, increased visitor numbers, and follow-on funding. The EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards (as of 2019 the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards) was launched by the European Commission in 2002 and has been run by Europa Nostra ever since.  The Awards scheme is supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

Deadline: 15 November 2018 (date of receipt)

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