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Let's talk art! UA Talks X Kansis is an artist café and discussion club open to all.

Let's talk art!

Finally we are beginning to see the light after 1,5 years of pandemic plight.

UA Talks X Kansis is an artist café and discussion club  where art professionals and lovers can meet each other in the spirit of curated discussions. Here you can follow a panel discussion or a presentation, then continue the discussions over a glass of wine.  UA Talks x Kansis gathers three times during the fall of 2021:

Su 26.9.2021 16:00 – 20:00 | Future visions for the stage – Dreams and struggles | FIN

With: Laura Eklund Nhaga, Niko Hallikainen,  Aune Kallinen and  DJ Renaz Ebrahimi.

Su 31.10.2021 16:00 – 20:00 | Collectivity – Ever changing methods for working | FIN

With: Even Minn, Nora Dadu, Heidi Soidinsalo and DJ Roza Ahmad.

Su 28.11.2021 16:00 – 20:00 | Power and responsibility – Structures | ENG

Guests TBA


Panel discussion

Collectivity – Ever changing methods for working

Even Minn, Noora Dadu and Heidi Soidinsalo. DJ Roza Ahmad.

Let’s talk about collectivity. What kind of methods and strategies are there for collective working situations? How to acknowledge group dynamics? Or how to strive towards less hierarchical working structures? In our second UA Talks x Kansis dives deep into the questions of collectivity.

As panelists we have three amazing artists, makers and thinkers: Even Minn, Nora Dadu and Heidi Soidinsalo. The discussion will be moderated by Olga Palo.

After the discussion you can enjoy tunes by DJ Roza Ahmad

The discussion will be recorded.

Listen to past UA Talks on Spotify: 


Some tips for learning more about collectivity:

The event is free of charge & suitable for all ages.

Language of the panel: Finnish.

Venue: Finnish National Theatre Vallila (Bruno Granholmin kuja, 00510 Helsinki).

The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Please note that UrbanApa is an anti-racist and intersectionally feminist art platform whose purpose is to create space for multivoiced feminist and communal art making. We kindly ask you to familiarise yourself with our ethical guidelines: