Webinar: applying for grants out of the Brexit Adjustment Reserve

31 Mar 2023
Information sessionOnline via Teams

Do you want to collaborate, tour or exhibit in the UK? Then you might be eligible for a grant from the Brexit Adjustment Reserve (BAR). This is a temporary, European grant programme that aims to reduce the adverse effects of the UK’s exit and improve future cooperation and relations with the country. During this info session, we will explain more about the possibilities and conditions.
Please note that this session is in Dutch.


During this online info session, you will learn more about the BAR funds, the conditions you need to meet and how to apply for the subsidy. We also want to inspire you with some good examples. We will end with a Q&A session.

For whom?

Organisations, NPOs, artists, performers and so on who have previously worked with the UK and are negatively impacted by the Brexit. In other words, anyone from the cultural and creative sectors who wants more information on the Brexit Adjustment Reserve and wants to quickly and efficiently launch a project in the UK with European funding.

Where and when?

  • Friday 31 March from 9.30 to 10.30 am.
  • Online via Teams. After registrations close, we will provide you with a participation link. We will also record the webinar. So you can rewatch the presentation afterwards or share it with your colleagues.


9.30 uIntroduction by Myrthe Pieniakowski (Department Cultuur, Jeugd en Media)   
9.35 uInfosession BAR-reserve by Alexander De Graeve (VLAIO) 
9.50 uQ&A
10.30 uEnd

Participation is free, but you will need to register in advance. You can do so until 28 March 2023 at the latest.

Register here (for free)