Too Hot For Art at World Village Festival 2019

25.05.2019 - 26.05.2019
Location: Rautatientori Square

TOO HOT FOR ART
World Village Festival 2019

Sat 25.05.2019, 11:00 – 21:00
Sun 26. 05. 2019, 11:00 – 19:00
Rautatietori Square

The understanding of art will change as the average temperature on Earth rises. In the future, everyone has to be like an artist and use his/her creativity to cope with daily insecurity. There will be art but will there be an audience?

Too Hot For Art artists are:

Natalia Castrillón, harpist

Amandine Doat, dancer and circus artist

Jaap Klevering, sound and performance artist

Vishnu Vardhani, body artist

By offering a two-day cross-artistic performance they will explore and ponder the role of art in a crisis situation. The project is curated by performance artist Willem Wilhelmus and produced by Catalysti ry, Transcultural Artists Association in Finland.

You can find Too Hot For Art at the Railway Station square in one of the shipping containers.

TOO HOT FOR ART Panel Discussion

Sunday 26.5. h. 11-11.30
Lavaklubi / Kansallisteatteri

With John Fail (cultural producer, Temporary, Kuusi palaa), David Kozma (Globe Art Point chairperson), Erika De Martino (architecture, photography, environmental art), Willem Wilhemus (performance artist, curator)

WORLD VILLAGE FESTIVAL 2019

World Village Festival is held for the 20th time on 25th and 26th of May 2019. Theme for the year of celebration is climate change and entrance to the festival area is free of charge!

World Village Festival is held annually in the centre of Helsinki in the end of May. Over the weekend, the festival offers dozens of opportunities to experience music, dancing, theatre, literature, good food and topical discussions. The event is free and offers much to see and do for visitors of all ages.

World Village Festival will be held next time 25–26 May 2019 in Helsinki at Kaisaniemi Park and Railway Square. Theme of the year is Climate Change and it will be also festival´s 20th anniversary year. Programme will be released during next spring.

Too Hot For Art at World Village Festival 2019