By supporting the ENCC you will have the opportunity to:
► Meet and connect with your European peers from other (networks of) cultural centres and with other cultural stakeholders who face the same challenges than yours in other contexts & expand your own professional networks in all our activities;
► Exchange best practices, expertise, work methodologies and knowledge with your European peers, learn with and from them & develop your professional skills during our Capacity building events (i.e. BECC staff exchange programme, Incubator programme)
Learn more about the ENCC, its community, its activities and its statutes.
► Find partners with common interests & build a European project together (i.e. at our Project Fair)
► Be inspired by other European practices, get a broader view of your local/regional/national issues & integrate a European perspective in your activities (i.e. through our Travelling Academy)
► Contribute to European debates during our European conferences (i.e. at Shortcut Europe)
► Have free access to our resources (research, toolkits i.e. on mobility for cultural professionals, project evaluation, etc.)
And even more:
► Participate in ENCC meetings/programmes and get priority access as well as lower rates for participation fees
► Be regularly informed about ENCC activities and European issues (EU calls, funding, other networks' activities and resources) through our monthly members' newsletter and newsflashes
► Co-organise and host ENCC events, and bring your community/territory's relevant topics to the attention of cultural managers and stakeholders from throughout Europe
Read about how to join the ENCC.
Go to our application form.
► Co-design and contribute to our research activities and working groups
► Promote your events and activities at European level through our newsletter, website, social network channels and events
► Participate in our General Assembly every two years and put your concerns’ and needs on the network's agenda
► Interact with a dedicated coordination team available for you and open to new ideas
► Last but not least, be part of the greatest strength of ENCC: its PEOPLE. Managers, directors, technicians, activists, artists, researchers, animators, policy makers, change-makers and others, from throughout Europe, have been with us since 1994, and this community is constantly growing!