Partnercall Interreg


SMAC - Small Museums Across Countries

Environment and resource efficiency Objective 4.1: Improving natural and cultural heritage policies Published: 17/03/2017

About the project Objectives: to improve the policy instruments addressing private and public cultural operators active in the museum and exhibition sectors, with the aim to improve their capability to attract and manage public and private funds.
 The long-term aim is to optimize funding, leverage resources, adopt long term strategies for durability, and create a sustainable business model in the Creative and Cultural Industry.
SMAC project addresses specifically small museums, managers and owners of archaeological and cultural sites, often directly managed by small organisations.
Activities
1st PHASE (interregional learning process): setting-up and implementation of local stakeholder groups; implementation of a common strategy, interregional exchange meetings among partners, experts and stakeholders; development of local Action Plans.
2nd PHASE monitoring on impact of Action Plans on policy instruments dealt with the project; capitalization and dissemination of activities, final international event.

Click here for Project Idea document Click here for Terms of reference - third call for proposals


Call for proposals opens on 1 March 2017 and closes on 30 June 2017, at 12:00 p.m. (midday) CEST (Paris time).

The application has to be submitted online (www.iOLF.eu) at the latest by 30 June 2017, 12 pm (midday) CEST (Paris time).

Full details of the assistance offered to applicants is available in section 5.1 of the programme manual and on www.interregeurope.eu.

A comprehensive description of the programme’s strategy and priorities, together with a socio-economic analysis of Europe are included in the Interreg Europe Cooperation Programme. Further guidance for project applicants is provided in the programme manual which is available as part of this application pack. All official documents, contact details of the joint secretariat and of the national points of contact are also available on the programme website: www.interregeurope.eu Further information can also be requested at application@interregeurope.eu.

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