The Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux
Creating opportunities for collaboration between
cultural practitioners and organisations in Finland and the Benelux
Katja Kettu’s Yöperhonen (2015) on the FinnCultBlx Bookshelf
Katja Kettu’s Yöperhonen (2015) is set in 1937, when a young Finnish girl defects to the Soviet Union for love. Here’s what our in-house book critic thought of the novel.
Applications open for SKF internship at the Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux
You can now apply for an SKF internship with us! Applications are open until 31 March 2023.
Belgian-Moroccan singer Laïla Amezian at the Women-Music-Futures Symposium at the University of Helsinki
“Chaabi Habibi: Popular Female Moroccan Musicians in Belgium Searching for their History and Building their Future” with Laïla Amezian and Hélène Sechehaye, Helsinki, 10.3.2023
We need to invest more in the promotion of Finnish art and culture abroad
Laura Boxberg, Director of the Institute voices the need for greater investment in the export and mobility of Finnish art and culture.
Taina Latvala’s Välimatka (2012) on the FinnCultBlx Bookshelf
Taina Latvala’s Välimatka(2012) tells the bittersweet story of a mother-daughter trip from Synkkylä to Tenerife. This is what our book critic had to say about it.
Discover the potential of air with Aaro Murphy’s installation at Kunsthalle Turku
Aaro Murphy’s multimedia installation explores the potential of air as a means of communication and data transfer at Kunsthalle Turku, from 5 May 2023.