Does your activity help meet the aims and objectives of the year, and are you eligible to use the EYCH label?
We're seeking initiatives existing and new, planned for 2018 which meet the objectives of the European Year of Cultural Heritage. The European Year of Cultural Heritage label/brand will be available for activities, events and projects taking place between 7th December 2017 and 31st December 2018 which contribute to achieving one or more of the objectives of the European Year of Cultural Heritage.
THESE Types of ACTIVITIEs INCLUDE
- Information, education or awareness-raising campaign
- Festivals, including film festivals
- Conference, symposium, forum, debate
- Study, survey
- Training/ workshops
- Research activities
- Visit, exchange
- Digital projects
- Cultural event or performance
- Media event, launch event
- Exhibition, show
Permission must be granted by the Heritage Council as National Coordinator in Ireland to use the European Year of Cultural Heritage label/brand.
Click here for the list of National Co-ordinators across Europe.
How to Apply to use the European Year of Cultural heritage label/branding
********NOTE DUE TO SUMMER HOLIDAYS LABELLING APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE REVIEWED UNTIL 25th July*********
- Read the Guidance Notes: Guidance notes- Application to Use the EYCH label/ branding for your Event 553kb pdf →
Notaì Treorach: Lipèad/Brandàil Bhliain Eorpach an hOidhreachta Cultùrtha à usàid le haghaidh d’ìmeachta 503kb pdf
- Submit an application to use the EYCH label via our online system →
- Your application will be be assessed by the Heritage Council.
What happens next?
- Once you have submitted your application to use the EYCH label, it will be assessed against the criteria for using the EYCH brand. Allow about 7 working days.
- Once approved we will forward you a toolkit containing all the branding information with logos etc.
- We will now request from you your entry for the EYCH web events calendar along with a photograph
- Your event will then be published in our events calendar and will be promoted across the Heritage Council social media channels.