The cultural scene is showing signs of revitalisation as the restrictions related to the pandemic are being lifted. The Research Pavilion of the University of the Arts Helsinki (Uniarts Helsinki) presents works by artist-researchers who examine empathy and power relations that emerge between the audience and the performers in a shared space.
The Research Pavilion, an ongoing project coordinated by Uniarts Helsinki, highlights the points of view of artistic research in the context of major contemporary art events. The fourth Research Pavilion is in Helsinki in 2021.
Sweden has become a powerhouse in pop music, whereas Finland has established a darker, heavier music brand. For the first time ever, an international publication series has devoted an anthology on research in Finnish popular music.
The Arts & Health Collective, by WHO and partner organisations, stimulates interdisciplinary dialogue to identify best practices in and disseminate actionable policy advice on the implementation of arts and health interventions that are socially nuanced, culturally sensitive, and people-centred.
Find information on how to apply for research funding in the University of the Arts Helsinki.
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