The EU project Creative Ports aims to promote internationalisation and mobility, knowledge transfer and networking of the cultural and creative industries in the Baltic Sea region. The focus is on the development of strategies and processes for internationalisation. A series of workshops and seminars will take place from 2019 to 2021, giving partners the opportunity to share experiences and best practices on internationalisation, to test them in a transnational context, and thus to establish long-term relationships between cultural and creative industries actors.
Creative Ports is part of the Baltic Sea Region Interreg programme. Under the leadership of the Goethe-Institut, fourteen partners from countries in the Baltic Sea region, including funding organisations, municipalities, international cultural institutes and universities, have joined together to form a consortium.