Taidepiste event series

Uniarts Helsinki’s event series explores social phenomena through art experiences and multidisciplinary discussions which are open to the public.

Microphones on a seat at a Taidepiste -event

What is Taidepiste?

Taidepiste is Uniarts Helsinki’s new event series, which explores social phenomena through multidisciplinary discussions and art experiences that are free and open to the public. Taidepiste is organised once a month in the Main Foyer of the Helsinki Music Centre and on the Uniarts Youtube channel.

Taidepiste is a platform for equality-driven, warm and respectful discussions, where compassion increases honesty and honesty increases compassion. In each event, a new group of artists and experts from various fields take the floor. Audience members, too, are welcome to participate in the discussion on equal footing. Taidepiste aims to give people with different kinds of professional backgrounds the chance to discuss topical and meaningful phenomena.

Art helps us perceive alternative worlds, and it makes it easier for us to put our focus on even the more difficult subjects. That is why all events will also include music, fine arts, theatre, dance, poetry or performance art, offering a unique perspective on the evening’s theme.

Taidepiste is supported by the Louise and Göran Ehrnrooth Foundation.

Upcoming events

28 October 2021: To­wards a thriv­ing arts sec­tor

5–6.30 pm
Kuva/Tila gallery
Sörnäisten rantatie 19

What makes a flourishing arts sector and why is it worth striving for? The panel features Teemu Mäki, Rosa Meriläinen, Heikki Pursiainen, Hanna Ojamo and Kaarlo Hildén.

15 November 2021: Why should art be available for everyone?

5.30–7 pm
Helsinki Music Centre’s Main Foyer

More information about the event will be updated on this page in November.

Previous events

27 Sep 2021: Fe­male com­posers side­lined by his­tory

4 Sep 2021: Five discussions at the Feel Helsinki festival

7 June 2021: Room to grow – the impact of hobbies for young people

10 May 2021: Is over-sensitivity ruining art?

12 Apr 2021: Climate hope

1 Mar 2021: Classical music and diversity – is everyone welcome?

28 Jan 2021: Taidepiste x Music and philosophy: Music genres and society

14 Dec 2020: Why bother? The benefits of a slow approach and extra effort

16 Nov 2020: Soldiership and taboos of violence

19 Oct 2020: Power relations among children

28 Sept 2020: Role models and opportunities

3 Sept 2020: Radical songs. How does music fuel revolutionary dreams?

Contact information for Taidepiste series

    • Maija Grönqvist

    • Coordinator, Yhteiset viestintäpalvelut, University of the Arts Helsinki
    • +358504759645