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Events 2019

Information about seminars, discussions and other events that were organized by The Culture for All Service in cooperation with other actors in 2019.

 
  • Museums celebrate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities

    The annual observance of the International Day of Disabled Persons was proclaimed in 1992, by the United Nations General Assembly resolution 47/3.

  • Queer History Month

    Queer History Month is celebrated in Finland during the whole of November 2019. The month was celebrated for the first time in Finland last year. The Society for Queer Research in Finland  awarded the Queer Action of the Year 2018 (Vuoden pervoteko) award to Queer History Month.

  • Dispel the Greyness Celebration 13.11. at 15-18

    Join us on Wednesday November 13th from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Culture for All office in the Cable Factory to celebrate the end of the year! 

  • DiDa - Disability Day Art & Action 2019

    DiDa - Disability Day Art & Action 2019 has a versatile arts and culture program with critical discussions, performances and workshops. The program extends around Helsinki during the fall. The festival reaches its peak on the International Day for People with Disabilities on 3.12. DiDa offers joy, fellowship and artistic enjoyment as well as discussions about everyone's right to culture and how society contributes to promoting or counteracting this. DiDa is organized in 2019 for the fourth year in a row.

  • Panel discussion about art, artists and disability

    Time: Wednesday 11.12. at 15.00-16.30

    Place: Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Seminaari room, 1st floor. Address: Mannerheiminaukio 2, 00100 Helsinki.

  • Annual meeting and discussion An equal art field: An impossible combination?

  • Avaus Open Lecture: The art and culture sector and cultural policy in Finland

    In Autumn 2019, the Avaus project organizes an open lecture series on topics related to cultural diversity. The series of three lectures is part of the Diversity Agent Course carried out by Culture for All Service, Globe Art Point and the Center for Cultural Policy Research Cupore in 2019. The events are open and free of charge to everyone interested. The language is English.

  • Toisin katsottu museo (Reconceiving the Museum) seminar in Ateneum

    Time: Friday 25.10. at 10-17, Thursday 24.10. queer guided tours

    The aim of the conference is to support gender diversity and equal treatment of sexual minorities, and to promote a democratic way of operating in the context of art and art education. The event is held in Finnish.

  • Avaus Open Lecture: Decolonising Fear by Dr. Faith Mkwesha

    In Autumn 2019, the Avaus project organizes an open lecture series on topics related to cultural diversity. The series of three lectures is part of the Diversity Agent Course carried out by Culture for All Service, Globe Art Point and the Center for Cultural Policy Research Cupore in 2019. The events are open and free of charge to everyone interested. The language is English.

  • DIVERSITY AGENT COURSE

    Do you want diversity in the arts and culture sector?
    Apply to be a change maker!

  • Seminar: Opening the Nordic Art Sector

    “How do arts and cultural institutions open their doors to people of different backgrounds not just as audiences, but also as active agents and makers?”

  • Avaus Open Lecture: How is Experience turned into Expertise? by Shadia Rask 19.8.2019

    In Autumn 2019, the Avaus project organizes an open lecture series on topics related to cultural diversity. The series of three lectures is part of the Diversity Agent Course carried out by Culture for All Service, Globe Art Point and the Center for Cultural Policy Research Cupore in 2019. The events are open and free of charge to everyone interested. The language is English.


  • Seminar: How can an institution be an ally?

    Finland and Finnish society are diverse, and arts and culture institutions should reflect this diversity. How can those working within arts and culture institutions promote equality in the sector? How can an institution be an alley to those who do not yet have equal opportunities to contribute as professionals?
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