Kolibrí is a unique multicultural, free and open art festival for the most diverse, plurilingual and intergenerational audiences. On this 5th anniversary of Kolibrí we will travel to the AMAZONIA, the heart of the World. We’ll get to know and be amazed by its biodiversity, the variety of its indigenous communities and their ancestral knowledge and cultures.
I am so proud to be the moderator for the panel discussion Children’s Culture & Diversity: Pushing Limits on Wednesday, September 23 from 17:00-19:00. We will open up, challenge, and be critical of the following questions; How can we create diverse, high-quality and accessible activities to children? How can we promote diversity and identity through children’s culture and education?
We've got a great line up of talented, experienced, and extremely knowledgeable panelists. They will share best practices, lessons learned and new ideas as well as new questions and challenges to be faced.
See you there!
The main topic of Art and Immigration: Looking for Identity public talk is the existence of an artist and an artwork outside of their familiar cultural and lingual context. How does an art, its topics, artistic techniques and the artist’s perception changes in immigration? What happens to the artist’s personal and art identity?
Anastasia Trizna. Freelance Actress
Roxana Crisologo Correa. Poetess
Márton Jelinkó. Filmmaker
Moe Mustafa. Visual artist and theatre director
Moderator: Arlene Tucker. Artist and educator
Art and Immigration: looking for identity. Public Talk
November 11, 17:00
Musiikkitalo. Mannerheimintie 13 A
Language: English, Russian
JUST AS SOCIETY BECOMES A CONCENTRATION OF DIVERSE CULTURES, THE POINT WHERE THEY INTERSECT, SO TOO IS A CROSSROAD, A PLACE WHERE ROADS COME TOGETHER.
Arlene Tucker is an artist and educator currently based in Helsinki, Finland.