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Projects

Projects, resp. Project Participation

(ETN project leadership in bold letters)

2010 Kaunas Biennial TEXTILE11 (on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of ETN)
2007 Elaboration of the Cyprus Route - Furtherance by the Cyprus Tourism Organisation and Cultural Service

2002 Project financing "European Textile Routes as Industrial History Routes" in Spain, Italy, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia and Georgia (duration 1 year), by the EU Commission
 
2001

December: Start of the Northrhine-Westphalia Textile Routes - Furtherance by the German Federal State of Northrhine-Westphalia (6 routes until 2003) and the Saxony Route by INNtex, an association of industrialists
 

2000

Project participation "Sportswear Design" - Finnish learn and information project (Budget Euro 189.830); ETN participation towards international publication of the project results, by the EU Commission
 

1999

Project financing "European Textile Routes/10 model routes" in Finland, Germany, Belgium, Great Britain, Portugal, Italy, Slovenia, Austria and Russia (duration 1999-2001), by the EU Commission

Project financing "ETN Internet Database" with monthly updates and the setting up of an interactive "Blackboard", by the European Cultural Foundation, Amsterdam
 

1998

Project participation "Linen on Net" - Finnish project on linen culture (Budget Ecu 97.536); ETN participations towards finding important linen collections in European museums, by the EU Commission

Project participation "IMATE - Ineractive Learn and Information programme on Linen" on CD-ROM and on the internet: combined furtherance from 3 EU programmes under Austrian leadership, by the EU Commission
 

1997

Project financing "Organisers of Textile Events in Europe" - Start of the ETN database and ETN website, publication of an ETN manual with participation of 32 members from 25 countries, by the EU Commission
 

1991

Project financing "ETN foundation with conference and information brochure in English, French, Russian and German, by the German Ministry of Interior Affairs and by the EU Commission
 

1990

Initiative to start ETN by Beatrijs Sterk in February: Circular letter to approx. 250 addressees (associations, museums, schools) in East and West Europe to create an information network