|Cape, Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education|
Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education improves student learning through partnering with schools to integrate the arts into curriculum. It achieves this by:
•Advancing innovative arts integration practice and policy within the fields of education and the arts, primarily in Chicago public schools; and
•Actively participating in professional dialogue with practitioners, researchers, and leaders in the field.
Everything you need to know about the EU and local and national contacts.
|European Cultural Foundation|
Grant giving body and cultural policy makers
|European forum for the Arts and Heritage|
A platform for Cultural Policy development in Europe, for action and reflection, monitoring and feedback; a rallying point for active cultural operators. EFAHhas 65 organisational members at local, regional, national and European level and provides a source of targeted, tailored and filtered information which aims to empower members and the cultural community through a pool of collective expertise and experience well-positioned to advise, anticipate and evaluate. It seeks constructive dialogue with institutions and policymakers and acts as a channel of communication to voice concerns arising from the community and creates opportunities to advance the debate on the role of culture.
|European Museum Forum|
The Forum is guided by a Committee of 15 experts of 12 countries and 32 National Correspondents. It is supported by the EMF Association that gathers individual and institutional members.
Global Gateway is a new international website, enabling those involved in education across the world to engage in creative partnerships. It is a one-stop shop, providing quick access to comprehensive information on how to develop an international dimension to education.
The International Council of Museums (ICOM) is an international organisation of museums and museum professionals which is committed to the conservation, continuation and communication to society of the world's natural and cultural heritage, present and future, tangible and intangible.
LabforCulture.org is an online platform for European arts and culture, with edited information in six languages and a growing social networking space covering content that crosses physical, cultural and imaginative borders.