Previous Projects

2014–2015 | Creative Business Models for Creative Organisations

The purpose of Creative Business Models for Creative Organisations research project, which set the ground for the Creative Lenses project (2015–2019), was to investigate and take the first steps for attempting to answer the question: How can arts and cultural organizations... Read More »

2013–2015 | Green Art Lab Alliance (GALA)

The Green Art Lab Alliance (GALA) was a partnership between 19 European cultural organisations which aimed to explore what environmental sustainability means for the visual arts and design. All partners were united by the belief that culture and the arts... Read More »

2013–2014 | TEH Mentorship Programme

The TEH Mentorship Programme aimed at reinforcing leadership and management skills among cultural operators in the network, as well deepening existing and to initiating new relationships among the members. Managers who had experience of project management and/or were relatively new in their... Read More »

2011–2014 | Engine Room Europe

Engine Room Europe was a three-year programme funded by the EC Cultural Programme and dedicated to independent cultural workers and their creative processes. It was the biggest project ever organised by Trans Europe Halles. Coordinated by Melkweg (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)... Read More »

2010 | Conference: New Times New Models

New Times New Models (NTNM) was a project run by Pekarna Magdalenske Mreze (Maribor, Slovenia) in collaboration with TEH, supported by the European Cultural Foundation. New Times New Models investigated models of practice in the way independent cultural centres develop,... Read More »

2010 | Water Sinking Cities

Water Sinking Cities was a project developed and managed by EVS volunteers at Trans Europe Halles member centers P60 (Amstelveen, The Netherland) and NOASS (Riga, Latvia). Two international groups worked on the project's theme: Water as a element of the... Read More »

2008–2010 | Changing Room

Changing Room was the biggest project ever organized by Trans Europe Halles prior to Engine Room Europe. It was one of 4 pilot projects awarded a European Commission grant for cultural networks supporting mobility, and the aim of the project... Read More »

2014–2015 | Independent Cultural Centres in South America

In this project, Trans Europe Halles collaborated with the French nonprofit organization 2ème Lieu to disseminate information about independent cultural centres based in South America. Through a series of videos presenting interviews with cultural managers working in independent cultural centres, the... Read More »

2008–2009 | Collaboration between Europe and Russia

In 2008 - 2009, the NGOs Aktovy Zal, TSEH Dance Agency and the TEH centre Proekt_Fabrika (Moscow, Russia) realised a project that focused on the reconversion of industrial buildings into creative spaces. The project consisted of several different parts and... Read More »

2006–2008 | The Lift

Many young people have beenengaged as volunteers in our different member centres, and TEH project "The Lift" gave these young people (aged 18-30) the opportunity to go abroad to another member centre as a volunteer for 2 - 12 months... Read More »

2006–2008 | EVS Youth Exchanges

Thanks to the network's dedicated sending and hosting organisations, young people aged 18-30 were given the opportunity to work at another TEH centre for 2-12 months through European Voluntary Service (EVS) through part of the EU Programme Youth in Action.... Read More »

2007 | Trans Nordic Project

This project, which was supported by the Nordic Culture Fund, aimed to do research of and increase the contact, collaboration and communication between independent cultural centres in the Nordic and Baltic countries. Furthermore, the project wanted to increase the possibilities... Read More »

2005–2007 | Trans Nordic Net

Trans Nordic Net was set up as an informal platform with the aim to facilitate Nordic cooperation within Trans Europe Halles, the concept based on the experiences of implementing the Trans Nordic Project. As a conclusion to the 3-year project,... Read More »

2006 | 24 Hours at Home in Europe

In this project, photographers, artists and amateurs from all TEH centres were invited by Kulturzentrum Schlachthof (Bremen, Germany) to participate with their personal photographic view of 24 hours in Europe. The leading questions of the call for entries were: How... Read More »

2001 | Factories of the Imagination

Prior to the publication of the book "Factories of the Imagination" 2001, there was a lack of meaningful studies on citizens’ cultural initiatives based in former industrial spaces which realistically portrayed and observed the complexity of these experiences. In order... Read More »

1997–1998 | Youth Exchange Project (YEP)

Trans Europe Halles organised a Youth Exchange Project (YEP) in partnership with the European Voluntary Service between 1997 and 1998. The programme was aimed at unemployed young people aged 18-25. Seven volunteers were chosen to take part in the project,... Read More »

1996 | Phoenix Project

The Phoenix project was launched in Copenhagen in 1996 and it sought to position art at the heart of exchange and dialogue between different components of European society. Workshops and artistic events were used to build up and develop the... Read More »

Europex - International Exchanges for Staff in the Network

Many different professions are represented at a culture centre but not all of them have the possibility of gaining European experiences in their daily work. Europex aimed at professional development for staff through exchanges between the centres and through joint... Read More »

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