Between May 1 and June 30, 2020, artists from the Ruhr area and artists from the EU were able to submit applications for the international residency programme KREATIVCAMPUS.RUHR. On July 24, 2020, four projects were selected for funding recommendation in the online jury meeting.
The KREATIVCAMPUS.RUHR Artist in Residence Programme Call is still open until June 30th 2020! Find more useful information about the search for co-production partners below.
With the KREATIVCAMPUS.RUHR, ecce is initiating an entirely new format designed to promote interdisciplinary cooperation between artists and creatives from the Ruhr Region and Europe, which for one enables co-productions in residencies in the Ruhr Region - the future location for creativity. At the...
On the 08. October 2019, speakers from all over Germany offered a comprehensive overview of pop music promotion and funding in NRW (North Rhine Westphalia), Germany and the EU in the Rotunde Bochum. The discussion centred on how appropriate the current promotion and funding mechanisms are.
Interesting news for musicians, venue operators and other players in the music industry! The European Commission is testing an own funding programme for the music sector, with six calls for tenders being announced for 2019.
Gelsenkirchen is acting as a representative of the Ruhr area in the C-Change European network with the objective of raising awareness of climate change and ensuring that sustainability strategies are given greater priority in cities and regions. In order to transfer the impulses from the European to...
Plovdiv is the first Bulgarian city elected as European Capital of Culture and shares the title under the motto #together with Matera in Italy. Since 1985, the title of European Capital of Culture has been awarded, recognizing European cities that make a special contribution to the diversity and...
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How can climate protection and sustainability be integrated into cultural life? How can the creative scene contribute to this? A workshop with Julie’s Bicycle offers some ideas.
ECBN calls to make the Cultural and Creative Industries a priority in the Research and Innovation Programme of the European Union 2021-2027.