Please join for a listening session organised by @noniinmagazine with @golrokhn and @jyotsnasmailbox on Wednesday, June 16th at 2–4pm EEST. This event will be accessible via Zoom for everyone with registration, email to firstname.lastname@example.org for the link. . The listening session offers an insightful engagement into the practices of Golrokh Nafisi and Jyotsna Siddharth, and how they intermingle their politics with matters of love, work, artistic practice in both domestic and transnational spaces – envisioning a community that can come together to barter the contractual and conditional with access and existence. . NO NIIN is an online monthly magazine at the cusp of art, criticality, and love founded in January 2021 by @ellerahmati and @vidheshwari. The magazine functions as a platform for commissioning writers of any background to express their thoughts in the form of essays, exhibition reviews, interviews, images, poetry, playlists, and podcasts. . NO NIIN was invited by PUBLICS to organise a small gathering as part of @openupeu cultural project and Parahosting Laboratory including listening and reading sessions and talks with cultural workers and independent non-profit initiatives. Open Up is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme.
You are welcome to join us for a listening session organised by Academy of Moving People and Images (AMPI) with guests Maryan Abdulkarim and Ahmet Öğüt on this Wednesday, June 30th at 5–7pm (EEST). This event will be accessible via Zoom for everyone with registration: email@example.com . This event looks at Alternative Structures and Educational Models where Maryan Abdulkarim will talk about pain and trauma as entertainment and what they teach us and Ahmet Öğüt presents” The Silent University / Towards a Transversal Pedagogy” as a case study. . Maryan Abdulkarim is Helsinki based writer and artist. Abdulkarim engages with and around themes regarding freedom. Abdulkarim is an AMPI lecturer for 2021-2022. 🟢 Ahmet Öğüt (b. in Silvan, Diyarbakir) lives and works in Amsterdam and Istanbul. He works across different media and has exhibited widely, more recently with solo presentations at Kunstverein Dresden, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Chisenhale Gallery, and Van Abbemuseum. . Academy of Moving People and Images (AMPI) is a platform in Helsinki founded by filmmaker Erol Mintaş for mobile people – those who have arrived in Finland for different reasons, be they immigrants, asylum seekers, students, or employees. AMPI aims to design a new learning model where people who have arrived in Finland from different backgrounds get to co-work/learn together. AMPI dreams to re-build a discrimination-free film industry. . This event is part of Open Up cultural project and Parahosting Laboratory including listening and reading sessions and talks with cultural workers and independent non-profit initiatives, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme. .