Wales: Book Culture one-to-one's at the Hay Festival

Date:
27 May 2019, 2:00PM - 5:00PM
Location:
Hay Festival
Booking details:
Free, email Katie to book a slot, (book tickets to events at the Hay Festival website)
Address:

Hay-on-Wye

Katie James is the Culture sub-programme contact for Wales at the Creative Europe Desk UK.

Katie will be at the Hay Festival on Monday, 27 May and is offering bookable one – to – one sessions to UK organisations already working transnationally or with international ambition, and would like to find out more about Creative Europe opportunities, or maybe talk through some ideas.

Please get in touch if you are: 

  • An organisation working across all art form in the arts, culture or heritage sectors, and would like to discuss Cooperation Projects funding for the upcoming autumn deadline.
  • Or, if you are a UK-based publisher and would like more information regarding the annual Literary Translation funding opportunity (current call open with deadline of 4 June 2019).

Email Katie to book a slot

Hay Festival is one of ten European organisations working in partnership with the support of Creative Europe Cooperation Projects funding to realise the Women Equal Share Presence in the Arts and Creative Industries (Wom@rts) project, which promotes and celebrates the work of European women in the humanities and sciences.

The following Creative Europe activity will take place this year at Hay Festival, please book through the website.

The last event will be on Monday, 27th May, 13:00, at the Hay Festival Foundation Stage, with four of the Europa28 authors. As part of the project Hay Festival Europa28: Visions for the Future is a festival taking place in Rijeka, Croatia in June 2020 as part of Rijeka European Capital of Culture. It will gather 28 prominent women writers, journalists, activists and scientists – one from each EU country – to discuss their visions of the future of Europe.

A presentation of Europa28 will be taking place 12-1pm at the Summer House Monday 27th May.