Nordic art education seminar Culture Radar in Jyväskylä 11.-12.2.2011
Culture Radar 11 to 12 Februrary 2011
- Art promoting youth empowerment and involvement
Kulttuuritutka, the Nordic art education seminar, takes place on the Seminaarinmäki campus of the University of Jyväskylä from 11 to 12 February 2011. The theme is youth empowerment and involvement through arts.
The 12th Nordic Glory Film Festival will be arranged simultaneously with the seminar in Jyväskylä from 10th to 13th of February 2011. The program includes a competition of Finnish films, series of contemporary Nordic films, visiting directors, media art workshop and children´s movies. Festival clubs will entertain the audiences
in the evenings. Program will be published in the beginning of 2011 at: www.arktisenupeeta.net
Price: EUR 50 (EUR 25 for students)
Price includes lectures, workshops and Friday morning coffee. Lunches are not included. Free admission for students of the University of Jyväskylä, and employees of the children´s culture centres of the Aladdin´s Lamp network. Others may attend the lectures for free.
Language: The lectures are mainly in English. Some of the workshops can be arranged in either English or Finnish depending on the attendees. Other workshops are in Finnish.
Registration to the seminar by 28th of January by email to elina.kesaniemi(a)jkl.fi
Seminar programme and more information: www.jyvaskyla.fi/kulttuuri/aitta/tutka2011
You may attend the lectures on Friday and/or Saturday, and if you will either the one-day or two-day workshops. The workshop attendees are selected in the order of registration.
Elina Kesäniemi, Kulttuuriaitta (a culture centre for children and the youth)
tel: +358-14-266 4046
Kulttuuriaitta (a culture centre for children and the youth), the Department of Art and Culture Studies of the University of Jyväskylä, Nordic Information Office in Jyväskylä, and the art committee of Central Finland.
Aladdin´s Lamp network, the Office of the Ombudsman for Children in Finland, Nordic Glory Festival ry, City of Jyväskylä, JAMK University of Applied Sciences, and the Jyväskylä campus of the HUMAK University of Applied Sciences.