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The programme consists of different forms of offline and online events such as talks, performances, gatherings, readings, and podcasts. It connects artists, curators and other practitioners to discuss and debate urgent questions. Events are organised and curated in collaboration with a wide range of partners, from institutions and organisations to individual artists and curators. Amongst others, we have collaborated with Asematila collective, AV-arkki, Helsinki International Artists Programme (HIAP), m-cult, Museum of Impossible Forms, Vantaa Art Museum Artsi, Museum of Finnish Architecture, curator Farbod Fakharzadeh, LAPS – Live Art and Performance Studies at the Theatre Academy of Uniarts Helsinki, artist Iida Nissinen, art educator Kaura Raudaskoski, and producer Steve Maher, of Pixelache (2019–2021) together with curator Mary Conlon.

These events strengthen long-term collaborations and ways of redistributing curatorial and cultural power. They are built upon an ethos of plurality and multiplicity concerning content and working models. We share long discussions and debates with our partners and participating artists to formulate common and joint perspectives and approaches. We have worked with many interconnected questions concerning hospitality towards different ways of knowing and multiple ways of understanding access, safety, security and re-distribution of power.

2022

Gathering for Rehearsing Hospitalities Autumn 2022

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2022

Redistributions

Rehearsing Hospitalities Spring 2022

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2021

Gathering for Rehearsing Hospitalities Autumn 2021

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2021

Gathering for Rehearsing Hospitalities Spring 2021

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2020

Rehearsing Hospitalities Companion 2 Readings

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2020

Reading List Leaders podcast series

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2020

Towards Ecologies of Access

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2019

Gathering for Rehearsing Hospitalities

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2019

Epistemic Hospitality

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