The European Year of Cultural Heritage is coming to a close
The European Year of Cultural Heritage is coming to a close. Full twelve months of active promotion of cultural heritage resulted in numerous projects and broad social participation in various types of activities. Polish co-ordinator of the EYCH 2018 was the International Cultural Centre in Krakow.
6 million people and over 12,000 events organised in 37 countries – this is the output of the EYCH 2018.
European Framework for Action on Cultural Heritage
The Commission outlines a set of actions to keep cultural heritage high on the political agenda
Closing the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 at the #EuropeForCulture conference in Vienna, the Commission has today highlighted a series of actions on cultural heritage.
Social media has played a key role throughout the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018. Through various activations on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, we reached out to and engaged with a young audience; inviting them to discover Europe's cultural heritage and to share the culture and traditions that matter most to them.
EUROPEAN COOPERATION PROJECTS
The call for proposals of the Creative Europe “European Cooperative Projects” programme ends on 11 December. Successful applicants will be awarded a grant to finance projects supporting cultural activities based on transnational cooperation between cultural and/or creative organizations. Submitted projects will support European values, contribute to the international circulation of creative and cultural works and the mobility of cultural players, as well as promote the cultural heritage of Europe.