What We Do

EUNIC London (European Union National Institutes for Culture) is the network of the cultural institutes and embassies from the member states of the European Union in London. A branch of EUNIC Global, the London network was established in 2007 and has at present 37 members who share knowledge and resources in order to promote greater cooperation and develop partnerships between European nations and UK organisations .

EUNIC London is a proud initiator, organiser and supporter of creative projects highlighting Europe’s fantastic diversity in arts, culture and language. Since its establishment EUNIC London has developed annual as well as one-off projects such as the European Writers Festival, In Short, Europe Short Film Festival, Harvesting Young Creativity, Imagining Futures, EUNICAST: Meet Visionary Europeans, AI Science Café Series, Robotville & Robot Safari, Currency Festival, The Games Europe Plays, Theatre of Europe and many more. EUNIC London is not a funding body and does not have the capacity to support external projects financially.

EUNIC London is grateful for the support of the EU Delegation to the UK and our UK partners.


What a unique platform for sharing the wonderful creative strengths of European artists – it builds new collaborations and deeper understanding of our different approaches and concerns.’

Jude Kelly OBE, Artistic Director, Southbank Centre

EUNIC London is an essential partner for the European Commission Representation in the UK, working with us to highlight the heritage we have in common and the variations that make Europe interesting.’

Jeremy O’Sullivan, Cultural Attaché European Commission Representation in the UK

We were delighted to collaborate with EUNIC London on RobotvilleEU, a hugely successful celebration of the rich history and tradition of robotic development in Europe in science as well as in culture.’

Ian Blatchford, Director, Science Museum 

With their rich and varied arts events from across the continent, EUNIC London plays an important role in promoting European culture in the UK.’

Rosie Goldsmith, Director of the European Literature Network