Project call for cultural collaboration with the French Community

Departement Cultuur, Jeugd en Media & Administration générale de la Culture

(c) De Veerman - Deze foto werd genomen tijdens het project 'My inner landscape', een van de geselecteerde projecten uit de projectoproep 2021-2022 met de Franse Gemeenschap. MACS, MuZEE en De Veerman bundelden hun expertise om een groter jongerenpubliek te bereiken. ​​​​​​

Heb je een project op stapel staan met culturele spelers uit beide gemeenschappen? Wil je jouw werk bekender maken over de taalgrens en een nieuw publiek aanboren? Wil je jouw bestaande samenwerking met een Franstalige culturele organisatie een nieuwe wending geven? Lees dan hieronder of je voldoet aan de voorwaarden.


The project is a cultural activity, designed and developed by at least one partner from the Flemish Community and one partner from the French Community. Multiple partners from both communities are certainly possible!

This call is more specifically aimed at stimulating collaborations between cultural actors around the use of digital technology, both in the areas of creation, public participation, promotion, development of tools and/or knowledge sharing. Therefore, special attention will be paid to projects with innovative digital dimensions.

The call is nevertheless open to all types of projects in all artistic disciplines and cultural sectors, and is also open to projects without public presentations, such as projects involving (artistic) research, professional development and network projects.

For whom?

The call is open to artists and/or cultural organizations that are professionally active in the broad cultural sector. You must be located in the Dutch language area, the French language area or the bilingual Brussels-Capital area.


The project will take place between September 1, 2024 and December 31, 2025.


You can apply for up to 20,000 euros, but the subsidy may never exceed 60% of your budget.

Selection criteria?

The jury will take into account, among other things, the following matters in its assessment:

  • The quality and innovative nature of your project, especially regarding the use of digital technology
  • The quality of your partnership and the prominence of cultural cooperation and exchange between the two communities
  • The distribution of your project (physical and/or digital) in the two communities
  • The aspects of the project that relate to sustainability and fair practice
  • The technical and financial feasibility of your project

How to apply?

Applications must be submitted online no later than April 2, 2024 at 4 p.m.

You can read the full regulations here.
In this appendix to the regulations you will find more information about a number of articles of the regulations.

Submit your request via Jotform here

A budget must also be uploaded when submitting via Jotform. We ask you to use this Excel form for this purpose.

Please note: We ask Flemish project initiators to also submit this application via the online platform KIOSK. More information about this can be found in the Jotform form.

Tip! Log in to KIOSK at least one week before submitting the application. This provides the necessary time to address and resolve possible login problems linked to mandate and/or user management. Manuals on how to use KIOSK can be found on this web page.

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