Association of Transcultural Artists in Finland
This site is created to share information and to develop a network of transcultural artists in Finland
Welcome to Catalysti events in Oodi Library, as part of No Labels No Walls festival! On Monday 23.9. at 10-16, free entry.
Helsinki Central Library Oodi main lobby 10:00-15:30
Catalysti booth hosted by Tatiana Solovieva
You will find flyers and other printed material about the Association of Transcultural Artists in Finland!
And watch images and videos of last art events, from the two years program “Diversity in Art: Art in Diversity”.
Helsinki Central Library Oodi, Maijansali 10:30 – 11:30
Messages of Love workshop-installation with with Violeta Gutiérrez Zamora
Come and share positive messages of love, friendship and hope!
Take part of this workshop-installation by making paper characters and writing positive messages.
From 7 years until 99 years old!
Violeta is a Mexican sociologist living and working between Finland and Mexico. She is a researcher at the University of Eastern Finland (UEF).
She has been an activist in the fight for human rights in grassroots organizations such as Sin Fronteras I.A.P. in Mexico, Maanvoima Collective and in Somos La Colectiva in Finland.
Helsinki Central Library Oodi, Maijansali 11:30
Hogar, dulce hogar (Home sweet home/Oma koti kullan kallis)
How a country became a home? It is necessary to speak the language? Tanya Tynjälä, Peruvian writer living in Finland, talk about her experience living in different countries and speaking (or not) several languages while searching the meaning of belonging.
What if integration were also a matter of attitude?
Tanya Tyniälä performer, Nadja Pärssinen dancer, Anu Aamu Aurora Pulkkinen singer
At 15.45 join us to march to the Parliament, with the groups and associations of No Labels No Walls!
At 6 pm evening party at Loukko
Facebook event https://www.facebook.com/events/607136329822668/
In collaboration with Kukunori ry, Strindberg Laboratory and No Labels No Walls festival
With the kind support of Kone Foundation and TAIKE Arts Promotion Centre.
Töölönlahdenkatu 4, 00100 Helsinki