Esteemed speakers with extensive experience in the art and culture field will share their expertise and personal journeys of engaging in political advocacy. They will discuss the unique characteristics and opportunities present in the Nordic context and shed light on the methods employed to effectively communicate and mobilize support for causes.
The doors will open at 16:30. Attendance is free, and we will be serving coffee and snacks.
- Hanna Kosonen – Secretary General Forum Artis ry
- Teemu Mäki – Artist / Director (theatre/film/opera), Writer, Researcher, Doctor of Fine Arts (Academy of Fine Arts Finland, 2005) and a Chairperson of the Finnish Artists’ Association and IAA Europe
- Pauliina Valtasaari – Orchestra manager (Helsinki Philharmonic orchestra), career supervisor, MMus (doctoral public examination 6/2023)
The discussion is moderated by Kaisa Rönkkö, Director at the Arts Promotion Centre Finland.
ARTIVAL Talks are organised by IMMART, Nordic Culture Point and Globe Art Point as a part of ARTIVAL RE:CONNECT, a Nordic multilingual cultural festival taking place across the Nordic region in 2023. The festival a widely diverse array of actors together in a sustainable manner to co-create and reflect on issues of inclusion and belonging with exhibitions, performances, talks, workshops, recitals, and more, at a time when many of us around the globe are striving to reconnect, to ourselves, our families, and our communities in one way or another.
ARTIVAL Talks are a collection of live-streamed and virtual discussions, debates and conversations on the themes of ARTIVAL – a festival that places artists, the artistic process and advocacy at the centre. The central aim of the Talks, which began in May 2023, is to facilitate gaining a clearer understanding of different processes, perspectives and viewpoints that exist in Nordic artscapes, by bringing artists, cultural workers, activists, human rights experts, public officials and civil society together to exchange ideas and share experiences of their successes (and failures), good (and bad) practices, and the opportunities (and challenges) present in the broad landscape of the Nordic arts and cultural sector.
Nordic Culture Point has been granted the EcoCompass environmental certificate. We’re making every endeavour to reduce our carbon footprint, which is why all travel within the organisation is carefully planned. Use public transport when you visit us, and you’ll contribute to a greener cultural scene, too!