This year marks the 20th anniversary of Europe's most prestigious Awards in the heritage field, the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards 2022. The deadline to send submissions is closing on 1 February 2022.
A recap of the Cultural Heritage in Action online event who took place on 8 December 2021 by Anthony Colclough, Eurocities Communication Specialist.
Dive into Cultural Heritage in Action’s latest publication – a digital gold-mine of resources for anyone interested in cultural heritage at local and regional level. This online publication is stuffed with great examples from cities and holds insights on future trends – ways for cities and regions to get ahead of the game and understand the problems that are coming up.
With a new guide, the European Commission wants to ease access to EU funding opportunities available in 2021-2027 for the cultural and creative sectors.
‘High quality design and well-considered interventions can sustain the life and authenticity of cultural assets and prevent the adverse loss of their cultural significance’. This is one of the conclusions brought up by the Open Method of Coordination group of Member States’ experts focusing on high-quality architecture and built environment for everyone.
OPEK is an old customs building in Leuven where different art disciplines meet in dance, theatre, visual arts, music, literature and photography. This heritage building has been repurposed to host around eight cultural organisations that offer performances and participation in the arts.
The joint action ‘European Heritage Days’ by the Council of Europe and the European Commission has opened two calls to support the European Heritage label projects and the European Heritage Days events. The deadline for submission of the project proposals is Monday 17 January 2022.
In its second phase (2021-2023), the peer learning programme Cultural Heritage in Action will continue to empower European cities and regions to strengthen their cultural heritage policies and initiatives as well as develop innovative solutions to preserve cultural heritage assets.
In a new publication “Cultural heritage: a powerful catalyst for cities and regions”, we present the key findings from Cultural Heritage in Action. The publication captures the main trends identified during the project (identification of good practices and peer-learning visits) and articulates key learning points, for both policies and projects.