Previous clients

Euclid has provided advice and guidance to a wide range of organisations in respect of their applications for EU funding – most recently:

  • Birmingham Hippodrome
  • Birmingham Repertory Theatre
  • Bluecoat Arts Centre
  • British Council
  • Brouhaha
  • Bury MBC
  • Creative Scene
  • Curious Minds
  • Edinburgh Book Festival
  • FACT Liverpool
  • Flying Gorillas
  • HOME Manchester
  • Imaginate
  • Metal
  • Milton Keynes Council
  • National Rural Touring Forum
  • Northern Ballet Theatre
  • Operosa
  • Pavilion Dance South West
  • Sound City Liverpool

Other clients in the past have included:

  • Bradford College – an application to the EU Culture programme (2013) for a project involving partners from UK, Latvia, Lithuania and Australia, to develop a new textile archive resource.  The applicant decided to postpone the application to a later deadline.
  • Grand Union Theatre an application to the EU Culture funding programme (2012) for a project which brought together partners in France, Portugal and the UK, to enable musicians and communities to work with one another to reflect and respond to a unique range of the traditional and contemporary musics of Europe.  This application was successful.
  • Northamptonshire County Council – an application to the EU Culture funding programme (2012) for Changing Tracks, which commissioned contemporary visual and / or digital artists from the partner countries of Ireland, Spain (Catalonia region) and the UK to explore and respond to the shared economic and cultural themes of disused railway lines, and their evolving use today as new walk and cycle pathway initiatives aimed at connecting communities, supporting local domestic tourism and encouraging active, healthy lifestyles of European citizens.  This application was successful.
  • Belarus Free Theatre / Wonderbird – development of an application from the Belarus Free Theatre to one of the special EU funding programmes aimed at countries neighbouring the EU – in this case, Belarus.  Euclid worked on this application through Wonderbird, a consultancy specialising in fundraising for the arts & culture sector.
  • Seachange Arts – development of their application to the EU funding programme for the October 2011 deadline.   This application was successful.
  • Bury Metropolitan Borough Council – initial advice on a possible application to the EU funding programme for the October 2011 deadline.   They subsequently decided to postpone any such application until a later date.
  • Kultindex (Hungary) –  development of their application to the EU funding programme for the October 2011 deadline.   This application was successful.
  • Council of Europe – advice & information services in Autumn 2010 to help the Council of Europe with its bid to access EU Funding for projects in countries neighbouring the EU to the East – Ukraine, Belarus, etc.
  • Lodz Arts Centre – advice & information services in Autumn 2010 to help Lodz with its bid to be European Capital of Culture 2016.

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