This website contains general information about the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP), an ambitious transnational cultural programme focusing on the dynamic area of collaborative arts. CAPP is a European Cooperation Project, supported by the Creative Europe (Culture Sub-Programme) 2014-2018.
The partnership is led by coordinating partner Create-Ireland, Ireland’s national development agency for Collaborative Arts. Create-Ireland is the trading name of C.A.F.E. Limited, a company limited by guarantee, not having a share capital, registered as a company and as a charity in Ireland. The partners are Create (Ireland), co-ordinator, and Tate Gallery (UK), Live Art Development Agency (UK), Agora (Germany), Kunsthalle Osnabruck (Germany), Hablar En Arte (Spain), M-Cult (Finland), Ludwig Muzeum (Hungary), Heart of Glass (UK). Links to each partner are provided on the website.
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