- Cadre stratégique
- Les secteurs de la culture et de la création
- Soutien au secteur de la culture
- Soutien au secteur audiovisuel
- Coopération internationale
- New Narrative for Europe
Information on funding for European networks is available on the Creative Europe website.
AMATEO is a network dedicated to amateur arts, sociocultural and voluntary arts and culture activities. It connects a huge number of international, national, regional and local associations.
The Architects' Council of Europe is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of appreciation and quality of architecture, to be achieved through adopting measure as sustainable building principles, cross-border cooperation schemes and policy awareness actions.
ADCE is an organisation designed to foster and reward excellence and to showcase European creativity as a whole.
The AEC is a European cultural and educational network with over 300 member institutions for professional music training in 57 countries.
CIRCOSTRADA is the European Network for Circus Arts and Street Arts that works to support artistic activities through advocacy, documentation, capacity building, research, and professional exchanges. The #CS2020 initiative will focus on reinforcing circus arts and street arts professionals' capacities.
Culture Action Europe is an organisation aiming to promote culture, to disseminate information on European policies and legislation that have an impact on the cultural development of European societies, and to exchange, convey, and publish ideas and debates on European policies.
The European network of public theatres represents over 40 publicly funded theatres in more than 20 countries. It aims to increase visibility, public participation and engagement with theatre, involving digital technologies and raising the profile of contemporary drama.
EUNIC is the network of the European National institutes for culture, with 32 members from 27 countries.
EUROPA CANTAT is a network that promotes collective singing while also fostering intercultural dialogue, cross-sectorial cooperation and encouraging inclusion and stylistic diversification of choral singing throughout Europe.
Europa Nostra is a pan-European network of 250 member organisations and 150 associated organisations that aims to safeguard Europe's cultural and natural heritage.
ECSA represents over 23,000 professional composers and songwriters in 22 European countries, with 43 member organisations across Europe, and represents the interest of music writers of art and classical music, film, and audio-visual music, and popular music.
The European Dancehouse Network is designed to cooperate in securing a sustainable future for the dance sector and to improve relevance for diverse dance among society.
The European Festivals Association is the umbrella organisation for festivals across Europe and beyond.
The European Jazz Network is a Europe-wide association of producers, presenters, and supporting organisations who specialise in creative music, contemporary jazz, and improvised music created from a distinctly European perspective.
The European Music Council is an umbrella organisation for musical life in Europe, advocating for the societal and political significance of musical diversity in Europe.
The European Route of Industrial Heritage is the tourism information network of industrial heritage in Europe, presenting more than 1,000 sites in 43 European countries.
The ENCC is an international network of cultural centres, comprising 14 national networks from 12 countries, representing 3,000 cultural centres.
ENCATC is an international non-governmental organisation and European network of higher educational institutions and training organisations dealing with cultural management education and training.
Eurozine plans to improve the know-how of European cultural journal operators in terms of internationalisation, digital technologies know-how, business and management, along with fostering translation and publishing activities.
The Federation of European StoryTelling endorses storytelling as performing art, and aims to develop its quality, artistry, documentation, mobility and professional competences, as well as applying this discipline to other cultural and social sectors.
Future for Religious Heritage (FRH) is the European non-religious and not for profit network committed to the conservation, protection and promotion of religious heritage of all faiths.
IMZ is an international network with a strong B2B orientation. It targets producers of cultural content and media dissemination, and covers various music genres as well as traditional and contemporary dance-productions in and for audiovisual media.
IETM is a network and membership organisation aiming to stimulate the quality, development, and contexts of contemporary performing arts in a global environment.
JMI is a youth music non-governmental organisation create to enable young people to develop through music across all boundaries.
Live DMA is an umbrella network gathering popular live music venues and festivals throughout Europe. It supports emerging artists and cultural diversity within the popular music industry, in addition to endorsing data collection and research.
NEMO is a network of national museum organisations and similar bodies representing the museum community of the member states of the Council of Europe. Together, NEMO’s members speak for over 30,000 museums across Europe.
REMA consists of 60 organisations from 21 countries to promote Early Music and help raise its profile in Europe.
Trans Europe Halles supports civil society initiated cultural centres to improve their resilience, sustainability, international cooperation and mobility, and to train cultural professional workers.