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SAMA (Sound Art and Sonic Arts) is a multidisciplinary course of the University of the Arts Helsinki that combines knowledge of the university’s three academies: Sibelius Academy, Academy of Fine Arts and Theatre Academy. In this blog, students share their thoughts and experiences of the course. During May 8-13, students will update the blog directly from The Hailuoto Sound Art Camp, a field course held in Hailuoto, northern Finland.

What are international studies like at the Arts Management programme? University of the Arts Helsinki student Maiju Talvisto shares her thoughts.

This is a platform for ideas, exchange and try-outs by students of the Live Art and Performance Studies programme of the University of the Arts Helsinki and associated artists or other contributors.

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Inma Herrera is a visual artist who is also interested in writing.

How might religion influence, frame and interact with the teaching and learning of music?


This blog serves to generate and enrich a discussion between scholars, researchers, teachers, students and others interested in the nexus of music, education and religion. The blog offers critical insights into the plurality of views that comprise the forthcoming book: Perspectives on Music, Education and Religion: A Critical Inquiry (Eds. Kallio, Alperson & Westerlund), aiming to promote a deeper reflexivity with regards to how music education is framed in different societies, characterized by various religious views, moralities, world views and values.