Cross-sector call for proposals: Bridging culture and audiovisual content through digital

2020-02-09

The European Commission has launched a pilot call to support projects that explore the potential for cross-sectoral and cross-border activities. The call precedes the creation of a Creative Innovation Lab under the next Creative Europe Programme, which will support cultural and creative sectors to collaborate with and make use of innovative technologies.

Support will be given to projects that:

  • feature new forms of cross sector collaboration at the cross roads between different cultural and creative sectors, including audiovisual, and through the use of innovative technologies, including VR.
  • foster innovative cross sectoral approaches and tools to facilitate access, distribution, promotion and/or monetisation of culture and creativity, including cultural heritage.

Applications must be submitted by a consortium of at least three legal entities coming from three different countries participating in the Creative Europe programme and presenting a diverse range of expertise across several cultural and creative sectors.

Projects must include at least one audiovisual and new digital technology aspect to be implemented in at least one of the following areas: publishing, museums, performing arts and/or cultural heritage.

The total budget for this call is 1.75 million Euro. The minimum grant available for each project is 300,000 Euro.

Deadline to apply: 14 May 2020

Call ID: EACEA-28-2019



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