Boys Won’t Be Boys, the dazzling Dutch theatrical and social movement where stories about masculinity take centre stage comes to Svenska Teatern, and Oulun teatteri in 2024.
L. Puska’s performance-led project URGENT – Residency for Artworks finds temporary home in Kunsthal Gent
Discover L. Puska’s “URGENT – Residency for Artworks” with three guest sculptures by Eva Spierenburg, Niina Tervo, and Sijben Rosa. Friday Evening at Kunsthal Gent, 1.12.2023
Get to the point. Plan, but not too much. Have fun! 10 tips and lessons we’ve learned from a year on TikTok. Will we see you there in 2024?
Laura Boxberg to join roundtable on exchanges in the cultural and artistic scene in Luxembourg and beyond
The panel discussion is part of Cercle Cité’s exhibition Hors-d’œuvre and in close collaboration with Luxembourg Art Week, 12.11.2023
Ima Iduozee will be showcasing his new film After We’re Gone at Africa is/in the Future Film Festival in Brussels this November.
Cherish Menzo returns to the annual Helsinki contemporary dance festival Moving in November with DARKMATTER.
The government asks that unnecessary travel to/in Brussels be avoided. You can always contact us via phone or email. Our deepest condolences to the Swedish community.
Reflecting Light – an artistic and research project centered on lighting is currently on a residency at Mad House and UniArts Helsinki.
The Finnish Cultural and Academic Institutes Launches pARTir Project With Support From The Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture
pARTir is a collaborative project designed to promote cross-cultural exchange and facilitate the international mobility of artists.
As part of the Dutch Design Week 2023 in Eindhoven, EUNIC Netherlands presents the third event of its Fair P(l)ay cycles: Know Your Worth.
Our current EDUFI Intern Anni Koskela’s retrospective of her time with the Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux.
The video version of “Breathing reef” premiers at international outsider art biennale, Art Brut Biënnale, in Hengelo, the Netherlands, from the 7th to the 15th of October 2023.
We are very excited to announce that the work of Finnish artist Sara Bjarland will be part of Beaufort24, the Triennial By the Sea, an art happening along the Belgian coastline.
Would you like to join us in Brussels starting January 2024? The application round opens on 26.9. and ends on 10.10.2023. Read more about the criteria and submit your application!
The Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux screens Suvi West’s documentary Eatnameamet – Our Silent Struggle at Cinema Galeries, Brussels on the 28th of September, 19:00-21:00 CET.
Safer Spaces for Unhad Conversations Amsterdam edition meets audiences at Helsinki Central Library Oodi and online at the Together Again Festival.
The documentary examines Finnish politics regarding the Sámi peoples and their land rights, as well as themes of representation, visibility, and inclusion.
Registration for Together Again, a free contemporary arts festival in Helsinki and online is now open!
Organised by the Finnish Cultural and Academic Institutes the festival takes place in Helsinki Central Library Oodi and online on the 8th of September 2023.
The Together Again festival is almost here! Our communications team chats with the Soft Collective’s Caroline Suinner and Meriam Trabelsi about their workshop series Safer Spaces for Unhad Conversations.
You can now register for the Autumn Semester of our Finnish Courses! Registration is open until the 30th of August, and classes start in September.
This week, we were joined by our new Programme Assistant, Tega Oke! Read on to learn more about Tega and her expectations for the internship.
The Institute will be on holiday from Monday, the 17th of July until Friday, the 28th of July. We wish everyone a relaxing summer!
Our Communications Officer, Ela Suleymangil, shares what it’s like to live in a Käärijä-dominated Europe as a non-Finnish person. See you at Trix on the 18th of October?
Our Head of Administration Eppu talks about her journey of becoming multilingual.
Sonya Lindfors’ COSMIC LATTE will be performed at the Julidans festival in Amsterdam on July 14th and 15th.
The Finnish Cultural Foundation and MORPHO present a new residence programme in Antwerp for Finnish and Finland-based visual artists. Deadline: 31 August 2023.
An article published in Hufvudstadsbladet discusses Yohannes Henriksson’s The Texture of Connection.
Director Laura Boxberg discusses the cultural field as well as a vision for the Finnish institutes in the years to come.
The Finnish Cultural and Academic Institutes are pleased to invite you to Together Again, a one-day multidisciplinary contemporary arts festival in Helsinki and online.
The June 2023 TelepART support by the Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux goes to Jaha Koo’s Cuckoo at the Hangö Teaterträff festival.