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Bálggis is a portrait of three Sámi artists from a marginal art form. The short documentary features circus artist Aleksi Niittyvuopio, graffiti artist Sámi Hustler and comic book artist Sunna Kitti. The film is directed by Auri Ahola, Provincial Artist of Sámi Culture, and produced by Arts Promotion Centre Finland.
The upcoming modernisation of the Finnish Copyright Act is the most significant change for copyright legislation in Finland in the last two decades. The reformed Act enters into force on 3 April 2023, and it will implement the EU Directive on copyright in the digital single market (DSM Directive) in Finland.
The NEMO European Museum Conference 2023 “and… ACTION! Museums in the climate crisis” will take place from 19-21 November in Lahti, Finland. Join 200+ museum colleagues from all over Europe to explore how museums can take action for the climate and a sustainable future.
The 2023 edition of the ENCATC flagship event will be focused on the impact, opportunities and challenges of artificial intelligence in the cultural management and policy fields.
According to the latest Arts and Culture Barometer, artists experience strongly the meaningfulness of their work, but numerous factors related to uncertainty are undermining their occupational wellbeing. The majority of respondents under the age of 35 were concerned about their ability to cope.
The Ministry of Education and Culture has published the first bildung review, which provides an overview of development in the Ministry’s administrative branch over the past decades. The latest stage, which began in the 1990s, is characterised by a decline in the achieved learning outcomes, the plateauing of the rising level of education among Finns, as well as a gradual decrease in public input into education.