In one or two clicks you will find full length videos of the entire conference. These are now freely available in high quality streaming. Through these videos you can relive the conference and see both the operational procedures behind the EU Culture Programme and the many ways of receiving funding for projects.
Videos are in English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian.
On this site you will also find the programme, powerpoint presentations, and list of participants of the Info Day. You can also interact by providing feedback, locating other Culture Info Days organised by the Culture Contact Points close to you, and find potential partner organisations through our partner search tool.
Close to 500 participants make the 2010 Culture Infoday a hit!
Were you unable to attend the event 17 May, or would you like to consult the presentations and the dedicated partner search tool? All the Infoday material is now online.
17 May brought together hundreds of cultural operators, policymakers and other stakeholders to learn about funding opportunities under the Culture Programme. This year a targeted newcomer session kick-started the day with an introduction to the programme, whereas more seasoned beneficiaries took the opportunity to ask staff from the Executive Agency and the European Commission highly specialised and individual questions.
For the first time the Infoday was streamed live online allowing people to actively participate from their own computers with questions and comments submitted on a chat platform.
A dedicated online partner search developed to make it easy to identify and find partners for new cultural projects also proved popular. It is a valuable instrument for those looking for European collaborators, and it remains open for you to use, too.
Did you attend the Infoday here in Brussels? We want to hear from you!
Please let us know how you experienced the day – this will help us organise an even better Infoday for you next year. You'll find the link to the online evaluation in the link.