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European Public Art Project: Creating Partnerships and Accessing EU Funding

Friday 20th July 2012

European Public Art Project: Creating Partnerships and Accessing EU Funding
Workshop – Friday 20 July 2012
MK Gallery, Milton Keynes, UK
£40 UK delegates / Free to non UK delegates

On the Verge is hosting a one-day workshop in Milton Keynes on Friday 20 July 2012 to help organisations interested in Public Art to meet, share information and ideas about key themes focused on public art explore possible European partnerships, and learn about EU funding opportunities – focusing on the current Culture programme (ending Dec 2013).

One specific goal of this event is to develop a partnership between On the Verge in Milton Keynes and at least two other European organisations to submit a proposal to the October 2012 deadline of the EU Culture programme.

The workshop is taking place at the same time as IF: 2012, the Milton Keynes International Festival.

Who should participate?
The workshop is open to participants from the UK and other European countries – especially those involved in helping organise or support public art projects with a social focus.

On the Verge, with funding from the Arts Council of England, has commissioned Euclid, formerly the EU Cultural Contact Point in the UK, to organise this workshop.

How to book:
This event is being managed by Euclid and bookings can be made online at Euclid’s events booking website:
The delegate fee is £40 for UK participants and free for non UK participants (but you must still register). There is an additional cost of £20 for the dinner on 19 July. Delegates are responsible for the costs of the travel to the event, and any accommodation costs in Milton Keynes – information about accommodation and travel (from outside the UK) can be found on page 4 of this Information Sheet. Refreshments and lunch during the workshop will be provided free to workshop delegates.
This workshop is for a maximum number of 35 delegates, so places are limited – book now!