Suomen Japanin instituutti teetti opetusministeriön tuella selvityksen Suomen Japanin instituutin toiminta-alueen laajentamisesta vastauksena suomalaisten tieteen, kulttuurin ja koulutuksen toimijoiden tarpeisiin manner-Kiinassa, Etelä-Koreassa, Taiwanilla ja Hongkongissa. Selvityksen tekijäksi valittiin FM Mikko Puustinen. Lue Itä-Aasia -SELVITYS 31.7.2018.
The Finnish Institute in Japan’s TelepART funding programme helps emerging performing artists showcase their work internationally. The rapid-access style funding is designed to support the expenses for Finnish artists travelling to Japan or Japanese artists travelling to Finland. The Finnish Institute in Japan promotes artistic collaboration between Finland and Japan. TelepART funding will help Finland’s… Read more »
The Finnish Institute in Japan is part of a project of the Finnish Academic Institutes that focuses on the institute’s digital research material and its open sharing. It is a two-year project (2018-2019) of the Institutes of Athens, Japan, Middle East and Rome. The project is funded partly by the Ministry of Education and Culture… Read more »
The 20th anniversary of the foundation of the Finnish Institute in Japan will be 18.11.2018. The theme of the anniversary year is New Openings, which will be made in all the fields that the institute works with: science, culture and higher education cooperation. The theme New Openings will also be included in the institute’s residency… Read more »
Artists’ Kalevala in Japan –project introduces Finnish folklore through modern art from a Japanese perspective. The aim of the project is to promote mutual cultural understanding and artistic cooperation between Finland and Japan, as well as to broaden the way we interpret mythology and folklore. The project is organized together with Kalevalaseura as a part… Read more »
FIN/JPN LAB -mini seminar series continues in spring 2018 FIN/JPN LAB is the Finnish Institute in Japan`s seminar series which brings together Japanese and Finnish residency artists and art professionals. Started in 2016, the speakers of the seminars have featured artists in residency in Akiyoshidai International Art Village and Yokobo Art Space, and guests… Read more »