Together towards sustainable culture.Read More
Orodansádji – A Place To BeOrodansádji by Jenni Laiti, Merethe Kuhmunen and Sunna Nousuniemi delves into the themes of rest, renewal, and intergenerational togetherness through duodji, the Northern Sámi language, and sound.
Acts of LoveTaking testimony for love in complex, radical and resistant ways. Acts of Love by Ama Josephine Budge
Indigenous Climate Futures EmbassyKnowledge is created by communities and Indigenous imagination is intelligence.
Citing BarAcknowledging origins, borders and ordeals, thereby building a sense of solidarity. Citing Bar will unfold as four sub-projects at Solid Art Gallery in Taipei, Taiwan.
S.U.R.S.U.R. highlights Latin American perspectives in the knowledge production ecosystem.
We work between the worlds of research and the arts: weaving, translating, and transmitting ideas and discussions that lead toward more just and socio-ecologically sustainable worlds. The artistic work and research feed into each other, as we work in close cooperation with artists and research communities.See More
Support and Dialogue as Ways to Expand the Imagination of Climate Justice21/09/2023 Curator Hung-Fei Wu interviewed Punos for the ecofeminism column of Artist Magazine (Taiwan) in the summer of 2023. This is an English translation of the original text that was published in Chinese. Read More
Strengthening the skills and transformational leadership of the arts and cultural field is key to envisioning and supporting just and sustainable futures. Our lectures, workshops, and learning materials empower arts and cultural organisations and actors to respond better to ecological crises and the challenges of sustainability transformations.See More