Art, Media and Music International Week is Online!!
Thank you for everyone for participating and joining our 13th annual iWeek, and first online event! The exhibitions are still open so you can SEE, WATCH, and LISTEN! Stay up to date with all things iWeek on our social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook.
There are many online exhibitions including painting and drawing, photography and digital art.
Watch the films, videos, and video installations made by our Moving Image, Animation, and Film and TV students.
Hear interviews by Anna Haaroja with music producers, and music by our musicians.
In February the exhibition, Generation 2020, opened its doors at Amos Rex, Helsinki. The exhibition features 80 young artists, from 18 to 25. The 150+ artworks of the exhibition take us through subjects, such as sexual identity, climate change, technology and future, well-being, craftmanship and visual arts traditions as well as social and personal memory.Continue reading “Generation2020 at Amos Rex”
An informal virtual lunchtime discussion during the 2020 International Week gave us the chance to chew over trends in the world of memes during the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic. The origins, dissemination patterns and adaptations of memes are notoriously hard to track with sound academic rigour, so we rely for the time being on anecdotalContinue reading “Memes during the lockdown”
Ian McIntosh is a Canadian second-year Music Production student. In 2016 he and his family moved to Turkey, and since then he’s been living abroad. This spring he started a podcast, The Expatriot, and is interviewing others that have been or are ex-pats. Here is his story and the inspiration for the podcast. Tell usContinue reading “The Expatriot”
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