Bridging culture and audiovisual content - second deadline results announced

The results of the second deadline of Creative Europe's 'Bridging Culture and Audiovisual Content through Digital’ scheme (EACEA/28/2019) have been published, with recipients including UK company Nemorin, who will partner on a project led by the ELISAVA school of design in Barcelona.

Selected applications had to be submitted by a consortium composed of at least three legal entities coming from three different countries participating in the Creative Europe programme and presenting a diverse range of expertise across several cultural and creative sectors, including audiovisual. 

The scheme is aimed at innovative approaches for cultural and audiovisual institutions and falls under the Cross-sector strand of Creative Europe.

A total of €3,176,334 has been awarded and will be distributed towards eight projects led by organisations in six European countries. In total 48 organisations are involved in the selected projects, representing 19 countries, including non-EU member states such as Serbia and Ukraine which participate in the Creative Europe programme.

The highest amount of €643,749 was awarded to Greek company Idryma Technologias Kai Erevnas with their project ‘DigiTraining’.  The project ‘VIBE’, led by Spanish organisation Fundacio Privada Elisava Escola Universitaria will see UK company Nemorin, receive €89,982 of the €398,605 grant.

The eight projects to be awarded in this round are:

  • ArcHIVE - awarded €379,022
    • Led by CULTIVAMOS CULTURA (Portugal) with five partners in Belgium, Croatia, Finland, Slovenia and Spain.
  • Me-Mind - awarded €300,435
    • Led by FONDAZIONE SISTEMA TOSCANA (Italy) with three partners in Estonia, Italy and Spain.
  • DigiTraining - awarded €643,749
    • Led by IDRYMA TECHNOLOGIAS KAI EREVNAS (Greece) with five partners in Belgium, Denmark, France and Portugal.
  • AURA - awarded €396,173
    • Led by Berliner Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (Germany) with seven partners in Italy, Germany and Ukraine.
  • REAL-IN - awarded €357,241
    • Led by MEET DIGITAL COMMUNICATION (Italy) with four partners in France, Germany and Spain.
  • Veleteviatores - awarded €311,108
    • Led by UNIVERSIDAD DE NAVARRA (Spain) with seven partners in France, Italy, Spain and Portugal.
  • MUSE.ar - awarded €390,000
    • Led by PRO PROGRESSIONE KULTURALIS (Hungary) with six partners in Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Sweden and Serbia.
  • VIBE - awarded €398,605
    • Led by FUNDACIO PRIVADA ELISAVA ESCOLA UNIVERSITARIA (Spain) with three partners in France, Netherlands and the UK.

The highest number of applications came from Italy. France and Spain received the overall highest grant amounts totalling €425,664 and €578,892 respectively.

The full set of results will be published soon on the EACEA website.

You can read about the projects selected under the first deadline for this scheme in our previous news item and in our blog post with GEDEON Programmes - one of the beneficiaries from that round.

Image: The digital Pompeii exhibition, designed and organized by GEDEON Programmes and the Réunion des musées nationaux (RMN)–Grand Palais in collaboration with the Archaeological Park of Pompeii and supported by Creative Europe.