This working group examines different types of financial resources available to cities to help sustain and develop cultural infrastructure and creative industries in the long term
The working group collects and analyses the different tools, innovative methods and funding mechanisms which aim to support the cultural offer in cities and enhance the economic growth of the cultural sector.
exchanging experiences and information on opportunities and methods for strengthening resources for arts and culture from a transnational perspective
providing structured feedback to the European Commission on the improvement of community budget lines concerning culture
defining, developing and focusing on possible applications for EU co-funding programmes concerning culture
Aarhus Amiens Metropole Arezzo Athens Banja Luka Belfast Berlin Bilbao Birmingham Bologna Bonn Bordeaux BrabantStad Bratislava Brighton & Hove Brussels Capital Region Budapest Bydgoszcz Cardiff Cluj-Napoca Copenhagen Debrecen Dublin Eindhoven Espoo EUROCITIES Brussels Office Gdansk Ghent Glasgow Gothenburg Hamburg Helsinki Kadikoy Klaipeda Leeds Leeuwarden Leipzig Leuven Ljubljana Lublin Malmo Milan Munich Nantes Netwerkstad Twente Newcastle-Gateshead Oslo Oulu Pau Pesaro Rennes Metropole Rzeszow Stockholm Strasbourg Stuttgart Sunderland Tallinn Tampere The Hague Timisoara Turku Uppsala Utrecht Valladolid Verona Vilnius Warsaw Zagreb