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The LAB. aims to intervene and deepen the artists ' relationship with European fundsby contributing not only to disseminating and informing, but also to building links of greater proximity to artists in this field.

The LAB. operates in the various European programs Creative Europe; Erasmus +, Citizens, Equality Rights and Values, Horizon Europe; Portugal's Operational Programs 2021-2027 and still other funding initiatives, collaborating on project design, application drafting, identification of partnerships, communication or strategic consultancy, always with the aim of making new mechanisms available for the multiplication of the opportunities for funding and viabilization of artistic projects.


With the call Europa Creative-Cooperation Projects to take place, writing a good proposal is on the agenda.

What I must do to draft a good proposal or how to write a proposal are perhaps the most frequently asked questions of whom to venture into this task of running for a European program.

The answer is not simple and it doesn't boil down to lines. However, there are some elements that we must not lose sight of and mistakes, but or less frequent, that we should avoid. In the essay, a strong proposal should be:

Francisco Cipriano shares 10 aspets to take into account in the project essay.

Being coherent, simple, clear and concise, always with the goal of making the most of the evaluator's job is the secret!

Speak with us. It is free and effective.

The GDA Foundation makes it possible for you to speak and learn with us. A conversation to know which European funding for culture. Just make a simple enrollment here is soon booked and you pay nothing. The inscription is just a way of organizing things. Then we can help more if it is evolving into the submission of an application to one of the European programmes. We stay waiting for your contact.