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Cultural Heritage - Mail Art + Theatre festival

The aim of the project will be to inform young people about their cultural heritage and about the culture of other European regions/communities, using the tools of art and theatre. The project will examine the history of areas of industrial decline and the effect that this has had communities across Europe. It will encourage the sharing of experiences and cultural heritage. The project will involve the development of a mail art project. Students will be encouraged to explore their own culture and the effects of declining industries on their communities. They will then produce postcard-sized pieces of art illustrating their local history and culture.
Students from participating organisations will post/email their mail art projects to students in other partner organisations to inform them about their cultural heritage and the issues related to areas of industrial decline in their region/town. These projects will form an exhibition in each country.
Throughout the duration of the project, students in each partner country will develop a combined arts piece based on their local culture and issues affecting their communities.
The performances will initially take place in partners’ own countries to raise awareness of local cultural heritage within their community. The partners will then come together in one of the partner countries (or Brussels) for a one-week theatre festival focusing on the shared cultural heritage of in Europe and sharing best practice. The festival will also include an exhibition of all of the mail art projects produced by all participants.

The organisation is looking to work with culture and arts organisations, further education institutions and other organisations with relevant experiences in these fields, particularly those from regions/towns that have experienced industrial decline.

Contact: Corrina Perks
European Relations Co-ordinator
Stourbridge College
T +44 1384343182
F + 44 1384 343172
M +44 7971422539
E Corrina.Perks@stourbridge.ac.uk


European Authors

The project intends to bring together European-based writers.

Contact: Trevor Lockwood
author.co.uk
T +44 1394 273388
E trevor@author.co.uk
W www.author.co.uk


EURUPA

EURUPA is a European cultural heritage project, which aims to collect, collate and archive images of Europe’s Radical Urban Political Art. The organiser is specifically interested in photographs of Europe’s wall-murals. These depict many aspects of Europe’s countries, communities and cultures, especially within the context of the new ‘one’ European identity.

Contact: David Magee
E davidmagee9@hotmail.com


Happiness at Work

At Happiness At Work freelancers who usually work from home can work together under the same roof, creating a new and diverse community. The emphasis is on creating community. They recently had an exhibition in the local community and are now looking for partners in Europe to implement cultural events, exhibitions, group
projects and to ensure the studios continue to breed new talent.

Contact: Simone Lia
E s.lia@virgin.net
W www.happinessatwork.org.


Matrix

The development of a structured, multi-annual programme of work with archaeological collections. The objectives of the project are to establish a network which will:
· increase community involvement with archaeology
· increase scientific knowledge of archaeology, with particular reference to its European context
· diffuse knowledge of the past, using innovative and stimulating means, among the local and scientific communities.

The programme of work includes collections management, study of collections and diffusion.

Contact: Pat Reynolds
Surrey Museums Consultative Committee
T +44 1483 594624
F +44 1483 594595
E museums@surreycc.gov.uk
W www.surreymuseums.org.uk


Performance technology cultural exchange

The organisation is seeking theatre practitioners from any European background who are willing to exchange performance technologies with other groups.

Contact: Esko Reinikainen
Northern Laboratory Theatre
M +44 7801 933068
E admin@northern-lab.freeserve.co.uk


The Vitruvian Project

The organisation is planning to set up The Vitruvian Project. This is an archaeological project which will undertake research into Roman towns, their hinterland, architecture and urban development in the classical Roman era, over two to three years. The aim is to achieve cultural and scientific results that are as innovative as possible and will have positive impact on the protection and exploitation of the heritage. At present this is in the formation stage and we are looking for potential partners, we already have one from Fano, Italy. The project will aim to excavate sites in all the partner countries using appropriate technologies such as GIS, Satellite location, for accurate surveying, with Online Web access and have on-going Videocam, etc.

Contact: Simon West
St Albans Museums Service
T + 44 1727 819338
F + 44 1727 836282
E s.west@stalbans.gov.uk
W www.stalbansmuseums.org.uk



OTHER EUROPEAN seeking UK and/or OTHER EUROPEAN


Creative Workhouse (Poland)

The main objective is promoting culture and art as well as a cultural exchange between the countries participating in the project. In order to realize these aims the organisers going to convert a postmining building in Chorzów, Piotra Skargi street 34c, the Silesian Province, Poland, into a Creative Work House. The history of Silesian cities is a history of mines and steelworks around which the cities were founded. Today these objects are situated in city centres, because such landscape has been shaped by the industry and such landscape should be, at least partially, maintained. The above-mentioned building forms a part of this industrial landscape. The Creative Work House will become a promotion centre of all young talented creators of the Silesian Province and the countries participating in the project.

Contact: Patrycja Domagata
Fundacja Proventus – The Proventus Foundation
T +48 32 246 0403
F +48 32 246 0357
E proventus@proventus.org.pl
W www.proventus.org.pl


Creation of a multi-lingual cultural magazine (Poland)

Górnośląski Informator Kulturalny (Upper Silesia Cultural Guide) is a monthly publication that has been issued for over two years now in the Silesian Province. The object of the magazine is to promote cultural heritage and to support cultural development of the region, which until recently has been perceived mainly as an industrial area and its cultural issues have been ignored. The organisation would like to share their accomplishments. Therefore they are looking for partners from regions of similar economic-social experiences, in which the industry has left its mark on the inhabitants’ lives and the period of economic changes involved the necessary change of their perception. Such regions may include Nord-Pas de Calais in France, Ruhrgebiet in Germany, Kempen in Belgium, the Asturia Province in Spain, or Kladno in Czech Republic.

Contact: Patrycja Domagata
Fundacja Proventus – The Proventus Foundation
T +48 32 246 0403
F +48 32 246 0357
E proventus@proventus.org.pl
W www.proventus.org.pl


EMILE Leaving Europe for America – early EMIgrants LEtter stories

EMILE is a pilot project that will promote a cultural dialogue and mutual knowledge and awareness of the culture and history of the European people. The main aim, is to study and compare a part of our common history as told in letters from America written by European emigrants during the 19th and 20th century. The project will be a joint transnational study on emigration history from individual points of view as it can be found in letters and other personal documents.
An exhibition will be produced, built on collections of letters, songs etc. from the partner countries and made available for visitors both as a physical and a virtual exhibition. Linking existing databases and makes them easily accessible on websites will be another essential task.
The EMILE project shall also encourage discussions and cooperation between cultural and sociocultural operators working in the field of social integration, especially integration of young people.
Objectives and activities
1) Develop a platform for network collaboration with local museums, archives, local folklore societies and other cultural institutions. The main purposes are to develop and expand the digitalisation of the cultural heritage as collections, archives and cultural settings and make them easily accessible on the web.
2) Give a broad access to the material by producing:
Physical exhibitions with letters, photographs, immigrant songs, poems and other documents from all participating countries. Parts of the material shall be translated to English (to facilitate common understanding) and displayed in museums, libraries, galleries and schools
Virtual exhibitions that can be visited on and also downloaded from Internet
3) Make the America letters and connected material accessible through Internet by starting the digitalisation of collections and archives.

Applicant:
Lead Partner will be Östergötlands länsmuseum, (The Östergötland Regional Museum), Linköping, Sweden

Partners
The EMILE partnership should include organisations working with cultural heritage issues in four European countries and with access to collections of emigrant letters.

Duration of the project: 1 year
Budget and funding:
The preliminary project budget will amount to 300 000 EUR. The Culture 2000 grant requested will be 150 000 EUR which is the maximum grant. Each participant has to guarantee financial participation of at least 5% of the total budget.

Contact: Barbro Mellquist, Coordinator
Söderköpings kommun (The Söderköping Municipality)
T +45 121 181 61
E barbro.mellquist@soderkoping.se

Dan Malmsten, Project Manager
Östergötlands länsmuseum /The Östergötland Regional Museum)
T +45 13 23 03 91
F +45 13 14 05 62
E dan.malmsten@lansmus.linkoping.se


EuRoLiterature - interactive and multimedia exhibition (Romania)

The project intends to present literary manuscripts (originals/facsimiles), old and rarely books, periodicals, photos, other literary-historical documents, art works (graphic, painting, sculpture), memorial and personal objects, furniture, audio and video recordings (pictures, interviews, music and poetry recitals, theatre performance etc.), literary-historical dates.

Contact: Romanian Literature Museum.
T/F +4021-2129651, +4021-212 58 46
E sande@mlr.ro; muzeulliteraturii@xnet.ro
W www.mlr.ro;


Interflumina (Italy) – Multiannual project

The International Water Culture Center (Centro International Civiltà dell'Acqua) is a no profit association founded in 1998. The Center collects, classifies and processes data of a scientific and cultural nature as well as information concerning projects relating to civilizations whose existence has been based on a close relationship with water. Such information is made readily available to all interested parties: individuals, communities, administrators and legislators. A change in behavior patterns and attitudes towards our heritage of water is widely promoted, reaching young people through the medium of schools and working adults at their various places of employment. This organization is also called upon to take an active part in projects and competitive schemes with prize awarding ceremonies designed to safeguard and make more efficient use of existing water resources. It participates, within its specific realm of competence, in initiatives originating both in Italy and abroad.

The aim of this project is to encourage cultural dialogue and mutual knowledge of the culture and history of certain European countries, using as a common element the route of some of the oldest rivers that cross through them. This should be accomplished through the following actions:

· reconstruction of exemplary historical landscapes in the selected regions;
· documentation of their archaeological sites and their most significant architectural and artistic monuments;
· collection and conservation of the essential characteristics of their many local cultures by making the most of archives and museums;
· identification of suitable projects for actively safeguarding, transforming and innovating these assets as a whole so that they may be used in particular by the new generations.

The best method for achieving all this is through the multi-disciplinary knowledge of the heritage of the regions around these rivers and not only within the geographical limits of their basins. The common experience suggested for following this route is the exchange and comparison of acquired documentation and cultural experiences, as well as the setting up of various specific “active protection programmes” for this heritage. The latter should be put to the reference countries for adoption in order to start the rehabilitation of some of the historical landscapes and the original sense of the most significant places with their monumental and artistic heritage, the highlighting of authentic, original local cultures and a new reading of the transformations introduced by modernity in the region in question.

The way to accomplish these aims in suitable forms and contents for contemporary perception of the place and its history has been identified as a “shared project” backed up by ecological, anthropological, sociological and economic research. This work should be accompanied by the cataloguing of the archaeological and monumental heritage to be found along the course (or part thereof) of the identified rivers, which is evidence of the changes that have taken place in the modern age due to industrial development, plus the preparation of regeneration and improvement plans of derelict and marginal areas.
“The shared project” also envisages a plurality of cultural actions for the periodic exchange of knowledge and experiences of exploitation that are proposed for putting these important river settings in a modern context, as well as concrete plans and methods for their active protection and well-balanced utilisation.

The following organizations have already agreed to take part in the project:
· Municipalité de Villeneuve sur Lot (France)
· IBA Furst-Puckler-Land (Germany)
· Noerhald Kunstforening (Denmark )


Contact: Centro Internazionale Civiltà dell'Acqua Onlus
T +39 41 5906897
F +29 41 4566658
E cica@provincia.venezia.it
W www.provincia.venezia.it/cica


Network of Fortifications

The project aims to promote the setting up of a network of collaboration relationship at local, regional and national level, in order to boost an integrated and sustainable economic and territorial development. Furthermore, the project operates for the definition of recovery strategies of cultural assets, of the fortifications in order to safeguard and enhance a reutilization, achieving relevant spin-off in the economy and employment of the territory in a point of view of respect and armonization.

Contact: Gilberto Zinzani
Marco Polo System Geie
T +39 041 272 7011
F +39 041 272 7023
E marcopolo@comune.venezia.it
W www.marcopolosystem.it


Rescue of the European Cultural Heritage with the example of Malbork City Walls and Medieval Church (Poland)

Malbork is the former seat of the Teutonic Knights' Order and Europe's largest Gothic. The city’s castle and its museum are entered onto the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. It is sometimes referred to as 'the largest heap of bricks north of the Alps." This 13th-century seat of the Teutonic Knights' Order was moved here from far-away Venice. But Malbork is not only the castle. The areas adjoining the castle – the walls and their surroundings– are a tourist attraction per se. However, the present state of the walls means that they require repairs every year but without permanent results. In many places fragments of the walls constitute a real danger to walkers. Near by the Castle there is the 13th century St John Baptist’s Church, which was almost totally destroyed and ruined during the Second World War. Although rebuild after the war, it today requires repair works again.

Aims of this project are: Objectives of the project:
· Archaeological reconnaissance showing the condition and localization of antique architectural elements of the defence walls
· Securing endangered fragments of the walls and their foundations.
· Improving the maintenance of the monuments.
· Developing enduring solutions for the monuments to serve as possible tourist attractions
· Establishing a permanent co-operation network between the institutions of the partner cities

Proposed methods used:
· Actualization of the archeological, geological engineering and hydro geological opinion
· Reparation of the medieval defence City Walls in Malbork, its fundaments and of St. John Baptist’s Church
· Creation of a medieval church by light architecture
· Construction of guided routes on the premises and establishing of a maintenance system by floodlights

Anticipated results:
· Rescue of European Cultural Heritage
· Improvement of safety for tourists and habitants walking along the walls
· Producing enduring, attractive sites to be visited also during dark seasons.
· Making visitors appreciate the historical value of the site.
· Strengthening the cultural identity through understanding of cultural diversity.


Contact: Ewelina Bonar
City of Malbork
F +48-55-647-33-24
E bsp@um.malbork.pl


Some-in-one® (Poland)

There are 2 ways to realize this project.

1. Wandering Music Festivals.
2. Multi-cultural Centers.

For the Wandering Music Festivals the organisation would like to co-operate with some of culture & art organisations in other countries. There will be some festivals that follow one by one in different localization. For example: the first one will be in Warsaw, second one in Prague, others in Budapest, Berlin, Stockholm, Madrid etc. Duration of each festival: up to three days.

During the festivals it will be promote following kinds of music:
· Classical - symphony or opera music
· Ethnic music
· Pop & country music (including rock and roll).

The main idea is to integrate in one Artistic Group any artists and musicians from different countries that perform different kinds of music. This group will be a “taproot” of the festival concerts, because during each one will be a place for young talents.

Contact: Richard Jakubowski
“Radosny usmiech” Foundation
T +48 22 4355018
M +48 501 168051
E Ryszard.Jakubowski@sferia.net


OTHER PARTNER REQUESTS (indirectly linked to culture)


The Funerary Culture in the Atlantic Area (Portugal) - INTERREG IIIB

The organisers are trying to reach museums that deal with the archaeological megalithic period related to funerary rituals. Main core of this project is to implement a network for the conservation and divulgation of this particular kind of heritage in Europe.

Contact: Joaquim Jorge
Loures Municipal Network of Museums
T +351 21 9839605
F +351 21 9839606
E dpc@cm-loures.pt


PARTNER REQUESTS POSTED ON THE OFFICIAL CULTURAL CONTACT POINTS PARTNER SEARCH DATABASE


The following organisations have posted their partner search requests on the official Cultural Contact Point Partner Search database. You can access their details by logging onto http://agora.mcu.es/pcc/index.htm

The requests have been sorted first by cultural sector and then put in country order. Where they have been posted, we have included the names of the proposed projects.


CULTURAL HERITAGE

· Institut zur Erschließung und Erforschung kirchlicher Quellen (Austria) - Digitising of historical documents and Making them available via Internet
· Vlaams Centrum voor Volkscultuur vzw / Flemish Centre for Popular Culture (Belgium)
· TEMPO - Training Center (Czech Republic)
· Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering (Czech Republic)
· University of Turku, Department of Cultural Production and Landscape Studies (Finland)
· Cité des métiers et des arts (France)
· Remmers Baustofftechnik (Germany)
· Language Karrier and Scholarship Foundation (Hungary)
· Comune di Agrigento (Italy) – Concordia
· Terredimezzo (Italy) - Memoirs of transhumance
· Arte e Restauro Srl (Italy)
· Associazione Cultura e Formazione (italy)
· TURENUM BENI CULTURALI C.S. A R.L. ONLUS (Italy)
· GED SRL (Italy)
· Comune di Molfetta (Italy)
· Municipality of Castelfranco Veneto (Italy)
· Provincia Regionale di Enna (Italy)
· Centro Internazionale civiltà dell´Acqua (CICA) (Italy) - INTERFLUMINA. Historical rivers
· Parco Letterario Vesuvio (Italy) - Lands of Fire
· Comune di Agrigento (Italy) – Concordia
· Association of Music Libraries in Latvia (Latvia)
· Association of Latvia Castles, Palaces and Manors (Latvia)
· SBA "SUSAMBIL" (Latvia)
· Cultural Heritage Salvage Group (Lithuania)
· Museumstenesta i Aust-Telemark (Norway) - Acanthus - ornamentation on a journey through Europe
· Ministry of European Integration (Romania)
· Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest (TUCEB) (Romania)
· The Ethnographical Museum of Transylvania (Romania)
· Anna Town Council (Spain)
· Universidad de Barcelona (Spain) – Arqueoturismo
· Polytechnic University (Spain) - Project of Investigation on Historical Coatings
· Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Minas de Madrid. (Spain) - Recuperación de Revestimientos Tradicionales en Edificios Históricos
· CITeS (Centro Internacional Teresiano Sanjuanista) (Spain) - University of Mystic
· AAVV. San Nicolás de Bari (Spain) - Puesta en valor del Yacimiento Paleoantropológico-Paleontológico del Plio-Pleistoceno de Cueva Victoria
· Universidad de Girona (Spain)
· Universidad de Gerona (Spain)
· ASOCIACION DE PELUQUEROS DE FERROLTERRA (Spain)
· Architect Association of Catalonia (COAC) (Spain)
· Technique Consulting and Training, S.L.L. (Spain)
· Diputación Prov.de Granada (Spain)
· Equipo de Historia Urbana CSIC 4704 (Spain)
· MUSEO CASA DIRECCIÓN DE VALVERDE DEL CAMINO (Spain)
· TRI RE ME, integral services for culture (Spain)
· Cultural Heritage in Östergötland (Sweden)
· The Virtual Children´s Library (Sweden) - The virtual childrens librarian
· National Archives in Katowice (Poland) - Past Serving Future
· The Finnish Museum of the Deaf (Finland) - School Memoirs of the Deaf
· ITC-CNR (???) - Support decision system within museum safety
· Union of municipalities of Sierra de Cádiz (Spain) - Project about Difussion of European Archaeological Heritage
· Ruta Arqueológica de los Pueblos Blancos (Portugal?) - Proyecto de Divulgación del Patrimonio Arqueológico Europeo
· Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (Spain) - HYPERORALITY


PERFORMING ARTS

· Passerelles dance project (Belgium) – Passerelles
· Flanders Festival – Limburg (Belgium)
· NoPop music Resources (Denmark) - The International Festival of None Popular Music
· La Ville de SEDAN et Les Amis de Paul BAZELAIRE (France) - Concours International de Violoncelle Paul BAZELAIRE
· INAC-theatre academy-International Network of Actors (Germany)
· globalklang e.V. (Germany) - global music festival
· KEA (Greece)
· Pro Jugendstil Young Art Foundation (Hungary)
· Aisthetike. E.V. Dr. Detlef Kappert (Hungary) - ETNA:Education to Tolerance through a Non Verbal Approach
· Fishamble Theatre Company (Ireland)
· The Playhouse (Ireland) - The Role of Performing Arts in Justice and Healing
· Alekos (Italy)
· C.M.I. - Confederazione della Musica Italiana (Confederation of Italian Music) aderente a Confcommercio (Italy) - Music In Europe - Music Without Frontiers
· Florian Theatre (Italy)
· TEATRIRREQUIETI (Italy)
· Gruppo Cameristico (italy)
· Giolli Centro Ricerche su Teatro dell´Oppresso e Coscientizzazione (Italy)
· European Music Entertainment (Italy)
· ismez / onlus (Italy) - Farinelli E Il Suo Tempo
· MUSEI SISTINI DEL PICENO (Italy) - POPE SISTO V IN EUROPEAN CULTURE
· Kelme Little Theatre (Lithuania)
· Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania)
· Flakstad string orchestra (Flakstad strykeorkester) (Norway) - Youth String Orchestras In Different Countries
· Exit Productions Ltd, London -UK/Tromsö-Norway (UK) - The Musical ´First Love & First Blood
· International House Foundation (Norway) - Youth for Culture and Development
· Elvefestivalen-Nes,Romerike (Norway) – Elvefestivalen
· Stowarzyszenie Polskiej Mlodziezy Muzycznej Jeunesses Musicales (Poland) - Polish Jeunesses Musicales Orchestra
· PRO MUSICA CHOIR (Poland)
· Pedro Chaves (Portugal) - Digresión Ibérica de Opera, Zarzuela y Conciertos
· Pro Tormac Foundation (Romania)
· Pieces of Sugar Theatre (Slovak Republic)
· Taneèné štúdio (Slovak Republic)
· Kulturni dom Nova Gorica (Cultural center Nova Gorica) (Slovenia)
· CULTURE WORLD FLAMENCO MANGEMENT, S.L. (Spain) - Compañías espectáculos flamencos y músicas del mundo
· T&M - FLAMENCO DE HOY-CULTURE WORDL (Spain) - UN CANTE Y DOS GUITARRAS
· Asociación Johann Strauss de España (Spain) - "Tres por Cuatro"
· Asociación Cultural Reggae (Spain) - Reggae en Europa, música contra la intolerancia
· CULTURE WORLD FLAMENCO MANAGEMENT, S.L. (Spain) - COMPAÑÍA ANTONIO "EL PIPA"
· CULTURE WORLD FLAMENCO MANAGEMENT, S.L. (Spain) - A MIS SOLEDADES VOY, DE MIS SOLEDADES VENGO
· FUNDACION TEATRO VILLAMARTA (Spain)
· Abrego Producciones (Spain)
· Festival Internacional de Música de Matadepera (Spain)
· CULTURE WORLD FLAMENCO MANAGEMENT, S.L. (Spain)
· Federación de Grupos de Teatro Aficionado/Amateur de la Comunidad de Madrid (Spain)
· ASOCIACION TEATRO-CIRCO MIRA (Spain) - FESTIVAL DE CIRCO-TEATRO


VISUAL ARTS

· Kforumvienna (Austria)
· Cultural Foundation Ayioi Omologites (Cyprus) - Linking the past with the future
· Billedhuggerskolen (Denmark)
· Noerhald Kunstforening (Denmark)
· Forum Box co-operative society (Finland)
· HIGH LIGHTS NETWORK (Greece)
· Bazovsky Galéria (Hungary) - Visions of Future
· DEAL-ART ASSOCIATION (Italy)
· araba fenice (Italy)
· ARCI MOVIE (Italy)
· Xenia Ensemble (Italy)
· El poema grafico (Spain) - El POEMA GRAFICO


LITERATURE, BOOKS AND READING

· Summer School of Slavic Studies(Austria/Russia)
· schoeffling & co. (Germany)
· minimum fax publisher (Italy)
· TURENUM BENI CULTURALI C.S. A R.L. ONLUS (Italy)
· Tromsø Tekstklubb (Norway)
· FUNDACION LUIS DE SANTANGEL (Spain)
· Fundación FIDESCU (Spain)


MULTIARTS OR INTERESTED IN MORE THAN ONE CULTURAL SECTOR

· MEDEA - cultural organisation for active media-work (Austria)
· FIlarmonica de Stat Sibiu –Romania (Austria)
· Centre Culturel Régional (Belgium) - Stones and Water Stories
· the big disturbance ("de groote stooringe") (Belgium)
· The City of Järvenpää (Finland)
· Ikaalinen Adult Education Institute (Finland)
· City of Kaskinen (Finland)
· Caban´ Théâtre (France) - métissage et art sacré (sacred art)
· Kryptonale (Germany) - Kryptonale8
· Europa Philharmonie (Germany)
· Akademie der Türkischen Gemeinde e.V (Germany)
· MUNICIPALITY OF KILKIS (Greece)
· MEDIAWAVE INTL ART FESTIVAL (Hungary)
· For a More Smiling Region (Hungary)
· FiVinvest Ltd. (Hungary) - DANUBE BRIDGES
· Option.hu Kft (Hungary)
· Yeats Society Sligo (Ireland)
· Barabbas.....the company (Ireland)
· Koinè - Intercultural Centre (Italy)
· COMUNE DI ASOLO (TV) (Italy)
· Taccogna Paola (Italy)
· SOCIETA´ COLLINE ROMANE (Italy)
· Provincia di Treviso (Italy)
· Busillis (Italy)
· Stelnet (Italy) PIXEL (Italy)
· COMUNE DI RAVENNA (Italy) ARCI MOVIE (Italy) Associazione Enti locali per lo Spettacolo- Circuito pubblico per la Provincia (Italy)
· Wide-Eyed Productions (Italy)
· Cesar (Italy)
· Pigrecoemme- Porte Invisibili Media (Italy)
· Comune Di Fasano (Italy)
· entiria spa (Italy)
· Fraraccio Marcella (Italy)
· ISMEZ/Onlus -Istituto Nazionale per lo Sviluppo Musicale nel Mezzogiorno (Italy)
· Accademia dell´800 (Italy) - Memorabilia ´800 - Rare 19th Century European guitar Music
· cinema serenade ensemble (Italy)
· COMUNE DI CUPRA MARITTIMA (Italy) - CULTURAL EXHIBITION IN ARCHEOLOGICAL SITES
· Open-Air Art Museum at Pedvale (Latvia)
· Mengeli (Latvia) - European Folk Music Instruments
· Arts and Culture Center (Lithuania) - European Artists´/ Musicians´ Community
· Zverynas community centre (Lithuania)
· The Public Institution Roma Community Centre (Lithuania)
· LADRUVA (Lithuania)
· Mediterranea (Malta)
· Radosny usmiech (Poland)
· Beautiful Village (Poland)
· European Business Services (Poland)
· Proventus Foundation (Poland) - Creative Work House
· Proventus Foundation (Poland) - Multilingual transcultural magazine
· Câmara Municipal de Vila Real de Santo Antonio (Portugal)
· Pro Educatia (Romania)
· CERAS Foundation (Romania)
· JUNIOR (Romania)
· Faculty of Theology-University (Romania)
· PUBLICUM IUVENE (Slovak Republic)
· Programa Royal Collections G.E.I.E. (Spain)
· Interasado 1 (Spain) - Proyecto Interesado 1
· Interesado 2 (Spain) - Proyecto Interesado 2
· Interesado 3 (Spain)
· Interesado 4 (Spain)
· Fundación Hispano-Portuguesa Rei Afonso Henriques (Spain) - Duero: Aguas Discursivas II
· Fundación para el Desarrollo de la Cultura Virtual (Spain) - Didacticalia:Art and Culture for Everyone
· Instituto de Cultura del Sur (Spain)
· Azalais Difusion y Cultura (Spain)
· TCT, SLL (Spain)
· HARIZTI BARAÑAINGO DANTZARI TALDEA (Spain)
· ASOCIACION CULTURAL ZEGRI (Spain)
· INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE INGENIERIA SOCIAL Y MEDIOAMBIENTAL (Spain)
· AYUNATAMIENTO DE CABEZA DEL BUEY (Spain)
· PANAL (Spain)
· Fujndación Germán Sánchez Ruipérez (Spain)
· Asociación de Artistas Plásticos Galegos (Spain)
· A.T.N.A. Asociación Tecnica nuevas Actividades (Spain)
· BEST (Spain)
· AFREA (Spain)
· Festival Internacional del Cante de las Minas (Spain)
· AYUNTAMIENTO DE ELCHE (Spain)
· PATRONATO DE DESARROLLO LOCAL Y TURISMO. AYUNTAMIENTO DE HUELVA (Spain)
· Analytical Chemistry Department, The University of the Basque Country (Spain)
· FUNDACION INTERNACIONAL PARA EL DESARROLLO DE LA CULTURA VIRTUAL (Spain)
· FUNDESCOP (Spain)
· MUSEO CASA DIRECCIÓN DE VALVERDE DEL CAMINO (Spain)
· Inlandslaget, Vindelälvskommunerna (Sweden) - Stone and Snow Magic
· Théâtre OUI (Sweden) - Bernadotte


More details for organisations seeking partners in Europe can be found in Databases from other CCPs:

· Germany: http://212.168.16.20:591/kulturrat/suchen.htm
· The Nordic Countries: www.raa.se/eustod/partnere.asp
· The EUCLID Culture-Match database: www.culturematch.info

Please note: whilst every effort has been made to ensure that all the information in this bulletin is correct, EUCLID cannot accept responsibility for any errors.
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