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  • Entrepreneurs in the creative sector pitched their fresh ideas in the Creatives Meetup event

    In this blog: Art-Up: Artists in Business

    Uniarts Helsinki’s Uniarts Hub project, Aalto Digital Creatives and Startup Refugees organised an event called Creatives Meetup on 21 May at G Live Lab. Students participating in the pre-incubator programme hosted by Uniarts Helsinki and Aalto University pitched their business idea to an audience and a jury. The event was open for everyone, and it was held in English. The event concluded this spring’s Uniarts Hub programme at Uniarts Helsinki. The application period for the next edition of the programme starts in August.

  • Thursday Forum, autumn 2024

    In this blog: Dynamic interpretations of the past

    Thursday Forum meetings take place in the afternoon, from 1 pm to 2.30 pm. The meetings start with a presentation of an hour and half, including discussion on any questions raised, followed by another hour and half (2.45 pm to 4 pm) of discussion on an academic text (or seminar paper) related to the theme of the day (so-called “extra time”). Thursday Forum will be arranged in Music Centre Helsinki (Töölönlahdenkatu 16, Helsinki, meeting room 3101) and it is also possible take part to the event online on Zoom.

  • Torstaifoorumin syksyn 2024 ohjelma

    In this blog: Dynamic interpretations of the past

    Torstaifoorumin vierailuluennot klo 13.00 – 14.30 ovat kaikille avoimia. Jatkoajalla klo 14.45 – 16.00 keskustellaan päivän teemaan liittyvästä tutkimustekstistä. Torstaifoorumi järjestetään Musiikkitalon Sibelius-Akatemian kokoushuoneessa S3101 (Töölönlahdenkatu 16, Helsinki). Tapahtumaan on mahdollista osallistua myös etänä Zoomissa.

  • A collective keynote at ISME World Conference by Uniarts Helsinki researchers will revolutionize the traditional academic presentation format

    In this blog: Art makes a difference

    The keynote will feature a dynamic blend of spoken word, text, exclusively produced animated videos, music, and sound installations.

  • Jean Sibelius – Finland’s most famous radio star

    In this blog: Dynamic interpretations of the past

    Jean Sibelius (1865–1957) was a well-known composer outside Finland already in the early 20th century. In the 1930s, his fame grew into new spheres. At that stage, Sibelius himself had already stopped publishing new masterpieces. According to Janne Mäkelä`s blog post it was radio that catapulted him to global fame.

  • Composer in the footsteps of the great white whale

    In this blog: Life of an art student

    Composition student Preben Antonsen has participated in the Sibelius Academy cooperation with the Helsinki Philharmonic. He tells about his experiences during the project, organised as part of the Music Centre Orchestra Academy operations.

  • Who am I? Where am I? Where am I going?

    In this blog: When performance

    Xiaole Wang started studying at LAPS in 2023. Since she arrived at Uniarts Helsinki, the cultural and contextual differences have been obvious. This article presents some thoughts and reflections on encountering cultural differences.

  • Perinteiden äärellä lastenteatterifestivaalilla

    Blogissa: Living art pedagogy

    Teatteriopettajan koulutusohjelman matka Tanskan Esbjergin KLAP lastenteatterifestivaalille, tapahtui keskellä keväisiä opintokiireitä. Festivaalin valtava esitysmäärä antoi mahdollisuuden runsaille ja monipuolisille teatterielämyksille, ja siihen osallistuminen oli osa koulutusohjelman kansainvälinen toiminta -kurssia.

  • Vertical Ecologies Symposium 2024

    In this blog: Ecological Thinking

    Thursday 30th May 2024; Time: 13:30 – 19:00 EET. Venue: Museum of Impossible Forms, Aallonhalkoja9, 00540 Helsinki.

  • Musica Mercata is the seventh music history congress by the University of the Arts Helsinki Sibelius Academy

    In this blog: Dynamic interpretations of the past

    The Sibelius Academy Symposium on Music History is a biennial scholarly congress which, in its 15-year history, has grown into an internationally high-quality event. This year’s event, which will take place from 5-7 June at Helsinki Music Centre, will focus on the economic links between music and musicians, the music business logic and the links between music, aesthetics and economics from a historical perspective. The symposium is organized by Uniarts Sibelius Academy and Research Institute. Read professor Markus Mantere`s (member of the organizing committee) blogpost about the symposium and it`s theme.

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