The seminar will be held on Monday 14th May at 12–16 in the Seminary Room at Kiasma. The seminar is free of charge. The day will inlcude several lectures and discussions by Finnish and international arts professionals. The language of the seminar is English.
The seminar is part of the event #StopHatredNow which is produced by several art institutions and intercultural organization. The seminar is organized by two projects: Opening. Becoming an agent in the field of arts and culture in Finland and Helsinki Art Institutions for Equality in cooperation with the #StopHatredNow team. The Opening-project supports the equal participation of non-Finnish-born artists and cultural workers in the Finnish arts and culture sector. The project Helsinki Art Institutions for Equality has challenged actors in the Helsinki art scene to come up with strategies for social justice within their structures and activities.
For further information about the program of the whole event, click here.
Registration is now closed and the seminar is full. You can follow the event online via Facebook streaming.
For further information: Martina Marti, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0400 997 203
The museum is accessible. The Seminar Room has an induction loop and an amplifier available if necessary. More information on Kiasma’s accessibility can be found here.
INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP | PROGRAM
14th May 2018, 12–16, Kiasma Seminar Room
11:30–12:00 Registration and Coffee
12:00–12:30 Welcome words and presentation of the projects Opening. Becoming an agent in the field of arts and culture in Finland and Helsinki Art Institutions for Equality (in English)
12:30–14:00 Power, strategies and structures (in English)
Eeva Jäppinen: Espoo City Library as a multicultural working community
Ceyda Berk-Söderblom: Deconstruction of power: Controlled chaos for change
Panel discussion with director general Elina Anttila (National Museum of Finland), cultural manager, producer and curator Ceyda Berk-Söderblom, district manager of library services Eeva Jäppinen (Espoo City Library) and managing director Tomi Purovaara (Globe Art Point), moderated by Tellervo Kalleinen
14:30–16:00 Power, programming and curating (in English)
Jackie Shin: Creating an inclusive society by valuing the diversity
Isabel Hölzl: Questions as a strategy
Panel discussion with director Isabel Hölzl (Goethe-Institut Finnland), director Katariina Kummala (Kuopio Symphony Orchestra), director Mika Myllyaho (Finnish National Theatre) and conductor Jackie Shin, moderated by Martina Marti.
#StopHatredNow is an event offering information and tools with regard to
diversity. The topic of the 2018 event is Power and Change. #StopHatredNow
continues 15th – 17th May in Lavaklubi. The rest of the days is open to all.
The event is produced in cooperation with Aalto University’s Department of Arts,
ArtsEqual, Ateneum, Center for Cultural Policy Research Cupore, Cultural Centre
Caisa, Culture For All Service, Globe Art Point, Goethe-Institut, Interkult,
Kiasma, Lavaklubi/Finnish National Theatre, Ruskeat Tytöt, UrbanApa and Zodiak –
Center for New Dance.