Successful Cases

This area aims to serve as a reference for all performers, projects or entities from the cultural area that wish to apply for European Funds. As such, we present cases that were successful in the obtaining of European funds, making reference to information and elements that we believe can serve as an example for the elaboration and presentation of future applications.

4Cs – From Conflict to Conviviality Through Creativity and Culture

4Cs – From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture is a cooperation project supported by the European Commission witch explores how art and culture can constitute powerful resources to address the subject of conflict.

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Un-Label — New grounds of inclusive performing arts

Un-Label is an inclusive, intercultural, interdisciplinary, artistic project that aims to celebrate uniqueness under the simple assumption that “there is no identity without otherness”. Emerging professional performers with and without disabilities – supported by a group of experienced cultural workers, scientists and artists – will invest their skills and creativity in a dynamic inclusive dialogue, both on a national and European level.

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SHAPE — Sound Heterogeneous Art and Performance in Europe

An initiative co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, the SHAPE project reunites 16 European non-profit organisations active within the ICAS – International Cities of Advanced Sound network to create a platform that aims to support, promote, and exchange innovative and aspiring emergent musicians and interdisciplinary artists with an interest in sound.

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On & For Production and Distribution

On & For Production and Distribution (On & For) is a European cooperative project that is conceived to advance and strengthen the field of artists’ moving image (AMI).

The aim of On & For is to vitalise the networks of artists and professionals that work together in order to facilitate the production, distribution, commissioning, curating, and programming of AMI by bringing together the various consolidated or emerging professionals that nourish this field (artists, producers, distributors, curators, organisations, institutions) from all over Europe.

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Museum Mediators

O Museum Mediators assumiu-se como um projeto de transferência de inovação. Consistiu na exportação de um curso de formação criado pela Mapa das Ideias, uma empresa portuguesa que se dedica à relação entre museus, públicos e comunidades desde 1999.

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The World Heritage Sites have exceptional significance for Humanity. Living and visiting virtually classified European sites will help to discover the spirit of the place and the remarkable vernacular heritage in Europe. The architectural and constructive material and immaterial characteristics of the dwellings, their maintenance forms and their experiences over time will be studied. This information will then be worked on to create visits to new augmented reality and virtual reality multimedia platforms to provide visitors with a richer experience about places.

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A Manual on Work and Happiness

A Manual on Work and Happiness is an international collaborative project coordinated by Artemrede (in association with the municipalities of Alcobaça and Montijo – Portugal), with Pergine Spettacolo Aperto (Italy), L’arboreto (Italy) and the Municipal and Regional Theatre of Patras (Greece) as partners, under the artistic direction of mala voadora and in collaboration with catalan playwriter Pablo Gisbert. It will ultimately give origin to a performance by mala voadora involving the communities from the cities of Alcobaça, Montijo, Patras and Pergine. These performances will premiere in the first half of 2018.

This digital platform is a core element of the project. It will be updated throughout the time. It will portray the work-in-progress and the outcome of the project while searching for a constructive and creative interaction with the audiences.

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