The ENCC is a community of 63 members with a huge diversity in terms of nationalities, types of organisation, topics and fields of activities.
► From 27 countries in Europe
► 6 types of members:
* Read these definitions here.
- 14 national networks of cultural centres* (full members)
- 1 regional network of cultural centres* (full members)
- 5 city or local network of cultural centres* (full members)
- 28 individual cultural centres* (full members)
Find out more about each ENCC member.
- 13 other cultural organisations (associated members)
- 2 individual persons (associated members)
► Partly or totally public-funded organisations (80% of them)
►Working at all levels: local, regional, national, European, international
► Many different topics, fields of activities, and expertise: (international) project management, organisation of (artistic, sociocultural, educational) activities, community development, amateur arts, audience engagement, cultural dissemination, advocacy/policy, support of artists, development of alternative art practices, integration/refugees, networking, rural development, etc.
Networking with the ENCC diverse members makes it easy to find the best possible partners for your projects, and reach out to organisations in all fields.
The diversity of our members ….
… reinforces the network's sustainable development;
… spans across different cultural, sectorial and structural perspectives;
... is a strength for EU & international projects;
and contributes to building up new synergies between European cultural centres and other European stakeholders.
Read more about ENCC, its objectives and values.
All ENCC members are active in the cultural field and share the same values: cultural equality - interculturalism - cultural democratisation - active citizenship through participation in cultural activities. By joining the ENCC, they are all willing to network as well as to exchange information, knowledge and best practices with the other members. ENCC priority is to empower the more than 5,000 cultural centres that it represents, as well as their communities through actions linked to capacity building, networking and advocacy.