CAPP - Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme

Successful application for the European Union’s Creative Europe Programme

Since autumn 2014, Ludwig Museum participates in the Create-Ireland-led CAPP-Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme, funded by the EU’s Creative Europe Programme and implemented between 2015-2018.
The main goal of CAPP-Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme is to improve and open up opportunities for artists who are working collaboratively across Europe, by enhancing mobility and exchange whilst at the same time engaging partners through providing research opportunities, residency programmes and trainings. The main focus of the trainings is to provide such methods to the toolkit of artists and other participants of the cultural scene, that have a key role in forming society, building new audiences and initiate community dialogue.

We welcome applicants from all art forms to the programmes and trainings within the CAPP-Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme.

- The Age of Participation! – joint workshop with Káva Drama/Theatre in Education Association (Káva) and Ludwig Museum on community art
- CAPP Partnership Meeting in Venice with invited artists

- International workshop – a showcase of community art projects
- Residency programmes in collaboration with international partners

- Call for applications – selecting a community project to be implemented in Hungary
- Symposium at the annual IETM meeting
- Showcasing the programme results at the Liverpool Biennale

Our partners in the programme until 2018: Create-Ireland (coordination partner, Ireland), AGORA Collective and Kunsthalle Osnabruck (Germany), Hablarenarte (Spain), M-Cult (Finland), Live Art Development Agency, Tate Liverpool and Heart of Glass (United Kingdom).