New European Bauhaus Progress Report
The Commission presented the first New European Bauhaus (NEB) Progress Report on 17/01/2023, taking stock of the initiative's achievments in its first two years - with over €100 million in European funding already allocated. The Commission will also scale up funding with a further €106 million in dedicated Horizon Europe funds alone for 2023-24.
The New European Bauhaus has created a broad community of organisations and citizens all around Europe working around a common vision combining sustainability, inclusion, and aesthetics.The initiative has grown into a movement with an active and growing community from all EU Member States and beyond.
Key activities – including the NEB Prizes, the first Festival, the NEB Lab – are delivering their aims and have built a bottom-up transnational network.
With over 600 official partner organisations ranging from EU wide networks to local initiatives, the NEB reaches millions of citizens. The initiative is bringing together people from various backgrounds - art and design, cultural and creative industries, cultural heritage institutions, to educators, scientists and innovators, businesses, local and regional authorities, and citizen initiatives.
Small and large-scale NEB funded projects are now underway across Europe. Check out the NEB Dashboard, a comprehensive database in the form of an interactive map with information on funded projects.
For further information: New European Bauhaus.