Kaikukortti´s “half time” seminar on May 29 – Free coffee and bun!
Welcome to Vindängen Espoo at the end of May! It's time to take a break and look how Kaikukortti is doing after three years of experimentation. Please book your calendar on spring afternoon May 29 and take a metro to Espoo.
Time: Tue 29.5. 13-16
Location: Vindängen, Tuulikuja 6, Tapiola, 02100 Espoo
It's time to take a break and look how Kaikukortti is doing after three years of experimentation. Please book your calendar on spring afternoon May 29 and take a metro to Espoo.
Language of the seminar is Finnish.
Come and listen to Mathias Rosenlund's path as a writer and enjoy the tunes from the music of accordionist Joose Ojala!
Poet Henriikka Tavi surprises us with a haiku!
The program also promises stories and discussion on culture, cultural rights, inequality, poverty and creativity. The panel includes, among other things, Anne Burakoff from EAPN-Fin, the Finnish network against poverty and exclusion, author Mathias Rosenlund, director of library Taina Hyvönen from Kuhmo, and Kaikukortti's holder and correspondent Johanna Lillback from Espoo. And as we promise, you get coffee and buns!
The event is free of charge and is intended for anyone interested in Kaikukortti, for example, for the cardholders, the media, Kaikukortti network partners, social and healthcare - and culture professionals, students and researchers, municipal decision-makers and people working with culture and wellbeing.
Ps. At an event we will publish our new guide for Kaikukortti´s experiment and use (in Finnish) and introduce briefly our new Project Kaikukortti kaikuu!
Accessibility: Vindängen is accessible. The hall has an induction loop. Written interpretation. More information about accessibility in our Finnish pages here (in Finnish only).
Further information: Aura Linnapuomi and Mira Haataja, Project Kaikukortti kaikuu, Culture for All Service, aura.linnapuomi (a) cultureforall.fi, tel. +358 40 931 05 76; mira.haataja (a) cultureforall.fi, 040 213 6339.
More information about Kaikukorttti: www.kulttuuriakaikille.fi/kaikukortti_in_english
Event is organized by the Culture for All Service / The Association Yhdenvertaisen kulttuurin puolesta ry
Kaikukortti experimets have been coordinated by the Culture for All service and financed the Ministry of Education and Culture, Kainuun liitto (Regional Council of Kainuu) and The Association Yhdenvertaisen kulttuurin puolesta ry.
Kaikukortti won the 2018 Talentia´s Hyvä käytäntö (”Good Practice”) contest. The prize was awarded at Sosiaalialan asiantuntijapäivät (Expert days for professionals at social work) in Jyväskylä on March 13, 2018.
Picture from: Talentia.