Europe Chapter

26 September 2020

The Europe Chapter of the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies was formed at the fifth meeting of members from the region in Madrid in 2010, co-hosted by the Ministry of Culture of Spain.

Below, you can find information on:

 

CURRENT MEMBERS

The current members of the Europe Chapter are:

National Culture Fund, Bulgaria
• Ministarstvo Kulture – Ministry of Culture, Croatia
• Ministry of Education and Culture, Cyprus
• Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces, Denmark
• Arts Council England
• Estonian Ministry of Culture
• Arts Promotion Centre Finland
• Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport, Georgia
• Ministry of Education, Science & Culture, Iceland
• Arts Council of Ireland – An Chomhairle Ealaíon
• Lithuanian Council for Culture
• National Culture Fund (FOCUNA), Luxembourg
• Arts Council Malta
• Council for Culture, Netherlands
• Arts Council of Northern Ireland
• Norsk Kulturråd – Arts Council Norway
• Creative Scotland
• Slovak Arts Council, Slovakia
• Ministry of Culture, Slovenia
• Ministry of Culture and Sport, Spain
• Swedish Arts Council, Sweden
• Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council, Switzerland
• Ukrainian Cultural Foundation
• Cygnor Celfyddydau Cymru – Arts Council of Wales


Current affiliates of the Europe Chapter:

• Kultura Nova Foundation, Croatia
• Arts and Theatre Institute, Czech Republic 
• Cultural Department, City of Aarhus, Denmark
• The Nordic Culture Fund, Denmark
• Fonds Soziokultur, Germany
• Arts Council of Greece
• Visual Artists Ireland - Ealaíontóiri Radharcacha Eire
• Dutch Culture Centre for International Cooperation, Netherlands
• The Administration of the National Cultural Fund, Romania
• National Council of Culture and Arts, Catalunya, Spain
• The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, Sweden
• Musikverket, Sweden
• Commonwealth Foundation, International
• International Independent Arts Council

 

REGIONAL MEETINGS

Members in Europe have held 17 meetings to date:

  • Zagreb and Rijeka, Croatia, October 2019
  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, March 2019
  • Liverpool, England, October 2018
  • Aarhus, Denmark, September 2017
  • VallettaMalta, October 2016
  • Oslo, Norway, September 2015
  • Vilnius, Lithuania, September 2014
  • Santiago, Chile, January 2014
  • Edinburgh, Scotland, September 2013
  • Helsinki, Finland, June 2012
  • Melbourne, Australia, October 2011
  • Valletta, Malta, May 2011
  • Madrid, Spain, September 2010
  • Johannesburg, South Africa, September 2009
  • Copenhagen, Denmark, May 2009
  • Glasgow, Scotland, November 2008
  • Athens, Greece, November 2007