Projects

We want to make the world better – with art!

We participate in many projects that usually involve children and young people in the whole city, and we want to influence the accessibility and development of the art and cultural education of the City of Helsinki. Together with our stakeholders and networks, we participate in the current phenomena of children’s culture through our projects. 

Our projects: kultus.fi, Art-filled Journeys into the Future (workshops and learning material for schools and day nurseries), Kent (Cultural special needs youth work), Culture Kids and the national Art Testers. We are a member in the Cultural education forum (City of Helsinki) and in the Association of Finnish Children’s Cultural Centers. 

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Forum for the cultural education

In Helsinki, the whole city is a learning environment. Cultural education is the best way to promote this.

http://www.annantalo.fi/en/culturaleducation

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Association of Finnish Children’s Cultural Centers

The Association promotes the  cultural centres for children and adolescents and competence of the field of children’s culture nationwide.

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art testers

The goal of the national Art Testers activity is to give all Finnish eighth-graders an opportunity to experience and test art, including the kinds of art that many would not be able to access otherwise.

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Art-filled Journeys into the Future

The goal of the project Art-filled Journeys into the Future is to strengthen the future skills of children and young people through art education methods

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kultus.fi

Kultus is an online service maintained and developed by Annantalo Arts Centre. It provides information on cultural activities for children and young people in the metropolitan region.

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culture kids

Every child born in 2020 or after and living in Helsinki is sponsored by a cultural operator. The operator will offer the child and their family personal experiences with the arts and culture.

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Cultural special needs youth work KENT

The aim of cultural special needs youth work (KENT) is to establish art and cultural activities as a part of special needs youth work.

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