Kone Foundation | 24.08.2016
A peek into the pastKone Foundation turns 60 this year, and in order to celebrate that we start a series of columns that review the phases of the foundation.
Kone Foundation | 22.08.2016
Tips for the autumnOur grant recipients are continuously working on all kinds of intriguing projects. We have compiled a couple of tips here for the autumn.
Kone Foundation | 22.08.2016
Grant advice in August and SeptemberWhat kinds of projects receive support from the Kone Foundation? How can research and art be combined in projects; and what about multidisciplinarity and margins?
Kone Foundation | 14.06.2016
Tips for the summerIt can be hard to choose from the rich selection of art and culture in the Finnish summer. But do not worry, here are a few tips to help you to take part in the summer of arts 2016.
Kone Foundation | 10.06.2016
2015 in single coversThe Kone Foundation annual report for 2015 has been published.
Kone Foundation | 09.06.2016
Imagining and Investing in our FutureExecutive director Anna, head of research funding Kalle and communications coordinator Laura attended the “Imagining and Investing in our Future ” conference organised by the European Foundation Center (EFC) in Amsterdam at the end of May.
Kone Foundation | 01.06.2016
Opening hours during summerThe Kone Foundation office is closed from 2 July to 31 July.
Saari Residence | 13.09.2016
Welcome new Saari Fellows!With the autumn come our individual residency guests after a hectic summer of group residencies. Nine new artists arrived in the Saari Residence in September and they will be working in the residency from September to October.
Saari Residence | 23.08.2016
Viides sääty examines the structures that underlie societyThe Viides sääty working group explores the ideologies generated by industry, technology and the economy in Finland and globally.
Saari Residence | 01.08.2016
Apply for the Saari Residence!The application period for residencies in 2017 has begun! The application period begins on 1 August and ends on 31 August 16.00 Finnish time (Eastern European summer time, GMT + 3).
Saari Residence | 07.06.2016
Apply for the Saari Residence in AugustApplication period for residencies in 2017 begins on 1 August and ends on 31 August 16.00 Finnish time (Eastern European summer time, GMT + 3).
Saari Residence | 15.03.2016
RECEPTION off to a good start at the Saari ResidenceSome of our residency guests in March are working on the RECEPTION triennial of the community art. This spring, a number of interesting events will be organised at the Saari Residence and throughout the western coast that you will not want to miss.
Saari Residence | 11.03.2016
New residency guests arrived with springWe may still have snow in March, but spring is definitely in the air, and with spring, the new residency guests arrived, ready to work at the Saari Residence.
Saari Residence | 20.01.2016
Hanneriina Moisseinen: Dear listenersThe comic strips of Saari Residence’s invited artist, cartoonist Hanneriina Moisseinen, will be on display at Galleria Katarina from 27 January until 14 February 2016. The Hyvät kuuntelijat (Dear listeners) exhibition tells a story about cows and war and is set in the summer of 1944, during the Continuation War.
Saari Residence | 14.01.2016
First guests of the year arrivedThe first guests of the year are researcher and cartoonist Hugo Almeida, author Marianne Backlén, clown Gabriela Muñoz, animation director Tatu Pohjavirta, artist Kaisa Salmi, puppeteer and puppet theatre director Outi Sippola, visual artist Martta Tuomaala and researcher Daniel McKay.
The Well | 18.05.2016
Breakfast Well on 13 May: Writing and Artistic PracticeSinem Kayacan, artistic researcher and video artist, led the breakfast conversation about her artistic research.
The Well | 16.03.2016
Can art be verbalised?At this year's first Breakfast Well, art and verbalisation were discussed with Taina Riikonen, sound artist and researcher, and Tomi Humalisto, Professor of Lighting Design.
The Well | 14.10.2015
Gems from the Finglish language at Breakfast Well“Istumaruuma, kitsi, paatitamppu, soopa.” These are just a few examples of Finglish words.
The Well | 24.05.2015
Importance of own mother tongueAt the Breakfast Well on 28 August, Warda Ahmed and Wisam Elfad spoke about the importance of the mother tongue in early childhood education.