European platforms are associations of at least 11 cultural institutions from no fewer than 10 European countries that are recognised by the EU. Each represents a sector of the cultural and creative industries and facilitates the entry of young cultural workers and artists into the European market, presenting them to a broad European audience ("business to consumer").
They promote the mobility and publicity of people active in the cultural sector and artists and the Europe-wide circulation of cultural and artistic works and performances, facilitate access to foreign European cultural works through international tours, events, exhibitions, festivals, etc. and contribute to the development of an audience.
CircusNext PLaTFoRM webpage
Classical Futures Europe webpage
Distributed Design Market Platform webpage
European Media Art Platform webpage
European Talent Exchange Programme webpage
FEDORA Platform webpage
Future Architecture Platform webpage
IN SITU - European platform for artistic creation in public space webpage
Literary Europe Live webpage
MAGIC CARPETS webpage
PARALLEL - European Photo Based Platform webpage
Shape - Platform for Innovative Music and Audiovisual Art from Europe webpage
VERSOPOLIS European Poetry Platform webpage