Funding and Grants

EU Funding Information Day

Creative Scotland

Deadline: 10 May 2017 at 09:30

Creative Scotland is running an EU Funding Information Day on Wednesday 10 May in Glasgow on funding opportunities open to creative and cultural organisations, and with a chance to network with other professionals interested in developing European and international projects and activity.

The UK, including Scotland, is still fully eligible to apply for EU funding opportunities while we remain a member of the European Union, and this event aims to help develop a better understanding of the opportunities for creative and cultural organisations within these programmes.


EU Funding Information Day
VENUE: The Lighthouse, Glasgow
TIME/DATE: Wed 10 May, 9:30 - 16:00
BOOKING ESSENTIAL: One place per organisation, bookable via Eventbrite:

The day will feature short funding overviews from contact points for Creative Europe, Erasmus+, Interreg, Horizon 2020 and Europe for Citizens, and we’ll hear some inspiring stories and practical tips through case studies of organisations that have been partners in EU supported projects, exchanges and activity. This will include: Curated Place in Manchester; Crooked House in Ireland; and the Scottish Documentary Institute. The afternoon will be a flurry of four sets of roundtables of the six programmes, giving you an opportunity to track down the funding opportunities most relevant to your work and ask questions.

Further information about the funding programmes:
Further information about featured projects:

Creative Scotland is committed to making its events as open and accessible as possible, therefore we are looking into options around recording and sharing this event online and will share details of that in due course.

Location: Glasgow City

For further information, please contact (, or call 0845 603 6000, or visit

The deadline is Wednesday 10 May 2017 at 09:30.

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