The KREATTIV funding programme engages educators and creative practitioners in dialogue and collaboration while encouraging students and educators towards further engagement within the creative sector. KREATTIV aims to bring creative practitioners into schools to work with educators and students to inspire, learn and create in a collaborative and innovative way.

The aims of the fund are to:

  • Initiate creative projects in classrooms, schools and colleges through collaborations between teachers, students and creative practitioners and, in so doing, to facilitate creative education as a key tool for holistic development.
  • Introduce children and young people to potential careers in the cultural and creative sector.
  • Embed cultural and creative entrepreneurship in schools as expressed in the National Cultural Policy.
  • Encourage collaboration between educational institutions, the culture and creative industries, and other relevant sectors such as science and technology.
  • Create employment opportunities for creative professionals.
  • Encourage creative collaborations amongst educational institutions, and partnerships with public and private cultural operators and other relevant non-governmental organisations.

 

Who can apply?

All proposals are to be submitted by an educational institution (from Kinder to tertiary education) as applicant. Applicants are to indicate a project coordinator who may be a staff member, a collaborator or an externally appointed project coordinator.

Selection criteria

  • Creativity and Innovation (30 marks);
  • Impact of Project on Students and the School (30 marks);
  • Networks and Collaborations (30 marks);
  • Management (10 marks).


KREATTIV.I focus on the exposure of students to creativity, different art forms and innovative application of creative tools.

KREATTIV.II encourage the application of creative technique by students to other areas of learning whereas.

KREATTIV.III aims to promote innovation and experimentation.

When can you apply?

Applications are received any time throughout the year. Once submitted applicants should email fundinfo@artscouncilmalta.org indicating their reference number. Once notified by the administration team an eight-week process will kick-in leading to the results, which will be sent by Arts Council Malta and published on our website.

Applications are marked individually by external evaluators. Projects will be funded if they obtain an overall mark of 65 and achieve 65% in each criterion.

What will you get?

Each project may be allocated a maximum of EUR 5,000 or EUR 8,000 if the applicant is collaborating with another school. The amount requested may be up to 100% of the total expenditure of the project.

This fund is competitive and will be evaluated according to established criteria.