Areas of expertise
- Development and analysis of best practices and inclusion within art and culture organisations
- Social justice
- Intercultural dialogue
- Inclusion & access
Kemê is a multidisciplinary artist, poet, and cultural worker based in Helsinki, Finland. Her current artistic practice, supported by The Arts Promotion Center Taike, focuses on the intersection between, identity, art, community, intersectional feminism and the quality of myths as an open-source.
As a diversity agent /culture worker, her focus is on social justice, working holistically with cultural diversity, inclusion, equal access & participation, migration, antiracism and best practices in the art field.
Kemê has worked with several initiatives such as Globe Art Point ry, The Artists' Association of Finland, Culture for All, Cupore, or Catalysti ry, and institutions like Cultural Center Caisa, Helsinki City, Espoo Museum of Modern Art-Emma, The Nordic Library Network, Hanaholmen Culture Center, Helsinki Art Museum-HAM and The Nordic Arts Councils. Performing tasks as a consultant, educator, workshop/dialogue facilitator, artistic content producer, project coordinator and individual/team organiser.
She was Co-vice-chair of Critical Friends' Group, promoting Inclusive and Diverse Sector in the Nordics ("An inclusive cultural sector in the Nordics" project led by Arts Council Norway). And has participated as speaker of several festivals and conferences as "#StopHatredNow by UrbanApa" or "The 20th Nordic Migration Research Conference and the 17th Society for the Study of Ethnic Relations and International Migration (ETMU)".
More information + contact:
+358 45 263 8102