Revitalising built heritage. Copyright: Transylvania Trust, RO
Cultural operators from Romania submitted last year 10 out of a total of 749 applications for funding under the Culture Programme. 5 of these applications were successful (of a total of 256).
Overall, 22 organisations across the country were active as partners in other European projects.
In 2008, 8 out of a total of 819 applications were submitted. 4 of these applications were successful (of a total of 264). 36 organisations across the country were active as partners in other European projects.
The following Romanian-led projects were presented at the 2008 Culture in Motion Conference:
Revitalising built heritage – Romania
The International Built Heritage Conservation Training Centre (BHCT) aims to promote excellence in conserving Europe’s heritage. It seeks to uphold traditional building skills and to promote them among a wider audience.
U.R.M.E. – Urban Remembrance and Memory of European Heritage – Romania
URME is the Romanian word for footprints or tracks
. The project delved into the past of seven European cities and sought to promote knowledge of this aspect of Europe’s cultural heritage.