Considering bilateral talks and discussions, it became obvious, that challenges for cultural players to receive funding from Interreg remain big, as it’s not designed for funding projects from the cultural and creative sectors. Accordingly, problems arise in the application process and the funding programme’s terminology. These questions need special attention and joint action in order to make it easier for cultural players to apply and receive funding, as also pointed out in the most recent PA Culture Steering Group Meeting, that took place in Stockholm as well.
The next Strategic Project Development Workshop will take place in April or May this year.
We'll inform you in time!
Seed Money Application Interreg Baltic Sea
We're happy to announce that the PA Culture assessment of the Interreg Baltic Sea Seed Money applications is finished. Out of seven submitted applications we support the following three projects:
- BALTIC MAKERS - Craftspeople and artisans in the Baltic Sea Region for commercialisation of handmade goods
- BSRCulturalPlanning - Cultural planning as an innovative and collaborative tool for citizen participation in inclusive & sustainable city development in the BSR
- Crea-Digi & Tourism - Creativity, Digital Innovation and Cultural Tourism: Synergies, Network and Capacity Building
By the way BALTIC MAKERS is looking for additional partners especially from Denmark, Germany and Sweden. The complete application needs to be submitted on February 15th. Interested or do you know of someone who might be? Just write an email
Dr. Tomasz Kołomański via kontakt(a)krajobraz.edu.pl from the foundation for Landscape Protection.
Looking forward to meet and work with you this year!
All the Best
Your PA Culture Team