Project cooperation with Finnish children’s culture
The Association of Finnish Children’s Cultural Centres promotes the implementation of international cooperation projects and collaboration in children’s arts and culture as well as cross-border networking of practitioners in this field. International projects focus on professional development for members, adopting new practices and sharing and promoting Finnish know-how.
Project cooperation with members of the Association of Finnish Children’s Cultural Centres
The Association and many of its children’s cultural centre members have a vested interest in international projects and networks. If you have a proposal for a project or cooperation initiative with the Association of Finnish Children’s Cultural Centres please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our members are local and regional practitioners and skilled professionals in children’s and youth culture. Many of them are also seeking international partners and contacts.
Each centre is unique and has its own specialism, including multi-arts, media education, children’s theatre, environmental education, handicrafts, museum pedagogy, visual arts, Experimental Colour Workshops for Babies, child health clinic cooperation, exhibitions, public art, circuses, the ‘Time Travel’ method, and many more.
Centres seeking to develop international projects
- South Karelia children’s cultural centre Metku
- Joensuun lastenkulttuurikeskus – Pohjois-Karjalan lastenkulttuuriverkosto
- Koulukino – School Cinema Association
- Culture house Lilla Villan
- Cultural Centre Valve, Children´s Culture,
- Cultural centre for children and youth Villa Arttu
- Children’s cultural centre Efekti
- Children’s cultural centre Lastu
- Children’s cultural centre Louhimo
- Art house Pessi
- Art house Toteemi
- Children’s Cultural Centre Aurora
- Children’s cultural centre Rulla
- Luckan network – the Finland-Swedish Information and Cultural Centre in Helsinki
- Pohjanmaan lastenkulttuuriverkosto BARK
- Sagalund Children’s Cultural Center
- Adventure Park Seikkailupuisto
- Dance Theatre Hurjaruuth, Helsinki
Photo: The Annual Children’s Culture Forum 2022. Photographer: Valtti Koivunen.