Revamped website for Europe’s culture now online

The Culture website
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The European Commission’s culture department (DG EAC) has revamped the Culture website to better promote Europe’s cultural heritage and culture.

On the Culture website, DG EAC wrote:

“The revamp of the Culture website was long overdue. Now with cultural heritage and culture linking to a number of the Commission’s priorities and with the new 2021-2027 Creative Europe programme foreseen for adoption later this year, this is the right moment to do this work. Reflecting on the new reality of the coronavirus pandemic, it is also our highest priority to offer straightforward information on what the European Commission does to alleviate the effects of the pandemic on the cultural and creative sectors.”

DG EAC continues working on how to better present the results of Commission and EU policies: good practices from past projects funded either through the Creative Europe programme or through pilot projects and preparatory actions co-founded by the European Union and administered by DG EAC.

Read the full press release here.

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