Euclid offers consultancy and research services as outlined below.
Euclid can help you understand and access EU opportunities for the arts, culture, heritage and creative industries – these opportunities are summarised further down this page.
Euclid can help you on your journey to EU funding – and, unlike the individual (and very useful) official contact points and information desks which focus on individual programmes, we can provide an oversight across the range of relevant EU opportunities.
Euclid offers occasional events & presentations across the EU – and also outside the UK – most recently in Denmark and Sweden.
Current services are as follows, and more details can be found further down this page.
- webinars, seminars and conferences providing information on the broad range of EU funding and related opportunities
- a detailed report which matches your organisation to relevant EU opportunities
- help with your application to a specific EU funding programme
- help with the management and financial reporting of your successful EU project
You can read testimonials on these services here.
Euclid’s research services currently focus on identifying and analysing EU funding for arts and culture (and related areas) across the UK, and in some cases across Europe.
In 2019, Euclid undertook an extensive project for the UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) that explored all EU funding received by their sectors since 2007. This was followed by a pan-European study for the Network of Museum Organisations (NEMO).
Previously, Euclid had undertaken similar research studies for:
- Arts Council England
- Historic England
- Creative Scotland
- Museums Galleries Scotland
- Historic Environment Scotland,
- Arts Council of Wales
- Cadw (the heritage agency for Wales).
Geoffrey Brown is Director of Euclid. Geoffrey is one of the UK’s leading independent experts on EU funding for the arts and culture sectors– he ran the UK CCP (Cultural Contact Point) for 11 years, has run around 200 CulturEuro seminars across the UK, in continental Europe and beyond, has advised a number of arts organisations on their development of their applications to EU programmes, has managed projects funded by the EU Kaleidoscope and Grundtvig programmes, and has prepared regular advice & guidance notes and undertaken several research reports on EU funding. More detailed information about Geoffrey, and Euclid Associates, can be found here.
You can contact Euclid directly – an email to Geoffrey Brown is best initially (Geoffrey@euclid.info) and Geoffrey will then be able to discuss your needs with you, by email, phone or in person.