– Allyship and solidarity
Tools for inclusive, anti-racist and feminist action 13.–16.5.2019
The field of arts requires more tools in order to answer the needs of a changing world. #StopHatredNow is an intercultural and anti-racist platform organised in collaboration with several art and intercultural organisations. The platform strives to create discourse and offers tools to create a more inclusive, diverse and feminist art field.
This year's #StopHatredNow is aimed at individual artists, cultural influencers, and institutions of art and culture. Free seminars, discussions and workshops offer more information on allyship and solidarity as well as concrete ways to work. The events are held by numerous experts, such as Sandrine Micossé-Aikins (Diversity Arts Culture, Germany), Thomas T. Presto (Head of Critical Friends and Artistic Director, Norway), Natasha A. Kelly (academic activist and filmmaker, Germany) and artists Camille Auer, Carmen Baltzar and Sepideh Rahaa.
The event is organised by UrbanApa, Culture for All, Cultural Centre Caisa, Goethe-Institut, Aalto University's Department of Art, ARMA, ArtsEqual, Interkult ry, Globe Art Point, and Zodiak – Center for New Dance.
The event takes place in Zodiak, Cultural Centre Caisa and Hanaholmen.
All events are free of charge! Registrations are neede for Mon, May 15 and Thu, May 16. Registrations by May 6.
Monday 13th May 2019, 12.00-16.00, Zodiak - Center for New Dance
How can an art and cultural institution be an ally?
- The language of the seminar is English and there is English text interpretation. The workshop discussions can also be held in Finnish. A hearing induction loop is installed in the event venue.
- Registration by May 6 here: https://forms.gle/Kq5UkLLSXd15wC8n9
Monday, 13th May 2019, 18.00-20.00, Zodiak - Center for New Dance
Otherness and representation - the stage as an ally
Tuesday 14th May 2019, 12.00-16.00, Cultural Centre Caisa
Back to basics - allyship, solidarity and intersectionality?
Wednesday 15th May 2019, 12:00– Cultural Centre Caisa
Art as a platform for change!
Thursday 16th of May 2019, 9:00– Hanaholmen
Opening the Nordic art sector
- Registration by May 6, here: https://www.lyyti.fi/reg/Opening_2019_6071/en