DiDa - Disability Day Art & Action Festival celebrates the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The main event will be arranged in Helsinki on 3rd December, but the festival includes events all around Finland during autumn.
Culture for All Service, together with the Globe Art Point (G.A.P) ry, is organizing the final seminar of the Project Avaus - Opening at Ateneum Art Museum in Helsinki on 14 September 2020. The aim of the project was to create models, that support the possibilities of arts and culture professionals with migrant backgrounds to become employed by Finnish arts and culture institutions and thus enable their better inclusion into Finnish society.
Webinar 7th December 13-16.
Save the date Wed 26th August 2020 in your calender and come to Kiasma's Seminar Room to discuss the possibilities of disabled and Deaf artists in the art field!
The Queer History Month of Finland will be celebrated for the third time in November. The purpose of the month is to review Finnish history and culture from a queer perspective and include the queer narratives into our common cultural heritage.
In the Multilingual Month blog, texts are published weekly. The Multilingual Month / Satakielikuukausi program also includes poetry club nights, fairytale nights, workshops and other events. The program approaches multilingualism from different perspectives, creates opportunities for meetings across language boundaries and discusses how identities are formed through languages. Events in connection with Multilingual Month are arranged around Finland.
We warmly welcome you to celebrate the Sámi National Day in the Auditorium of the Cultural Center Caisa on Thursday 6.2.2020 at 16.30 o'clock. Movies start about 17.00.
Registrate now! As part of the #StopHatredNow 2020 - New Standards events, Art for Equ(al)ity, Culture for All Service, Globe Art Point and UrbanApa will host a day for cultural institutions on May 11, 2020.
Theatre Info Finland TINFO – together with the Culture for All service, Ursa Minor, DuvTeatern, Globe Art Point and The Association of Finnish Theatres – has declared Inclusion Day, which will be celebrated on Friday, 27th March 2020. Inclusion Day is a campaign that involves – among other things – a declaration.