European Cultural Foundation (ECF)
EUROPEAN CULTURAL FOUNDATION (ECF) was founded in Geneva in 1954 by the Swiss philosopher, Denis de Rougemont. At the heart of its work is the notion that cultural cooperation and artistic activities which cross boundaries are important factors in the integration of Europe.
ECF aims to support arts across Europe by investing in people and projects whose work is innovative and border-crossing. This involves giving young people the chance to make the most of their creativity and have their work displayed and discussed in mainstream media. It means encouraging open artistic exchange, through special collaborative projects and by funding the travel of artists and cultural workers.
Funding possibilities for individuals: Grants for outstanding artistic projects which show vision in illuminating the issues of diversity in Europe (organisations may also apply) and ECF mobility grants for artists,cultural operators, journalists, translators and researchers travelling within the wider Europe (including Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan).
Funding possibilities for cultural organisations: Artistic projects & ‹Making collaboration work. Grants for outstanding artistic projects which show vision in illuminating the issues of diversity in Europe (individuals may also apply); and also grants which stimulate collaboration between cultural organisations. Applications from Balkan countries are strongly encouraged.
Address: European Cultural Foundation (ECF)
Jan van Goyenkade 5
1075 HN Amsterdam
Tel: +31 (0)20 573 38 68
Fax: +31 (0)20 675 22 31
Source: Fund Hunt