North AiR : Expanding Entanglements is a residency and research cooperation spanning six organisations in Scotland and Finland.
The partners are Scottish Sculpture Workshop, Taigh Chearsabhagh with University of the Highlands and Islands and Timespan from Scotland and MUSTARINDA , KulttuuriKauppila Art Centre and The Bioart Society from Finland.
Lähde! Inclusion through Art 2020-2023 (ESF)
Lähde! Inclusion through Art -project (2020–2023) provides disadvantaged individuals opportunities for social inclusion and cultural wellbeing.
Lähde! Empowering daily life with art 2017–2020 (ESF)
The project aimed to promote wellbeing through methods of art and the prevention of social exclusion especially among young people, immigrants and other special groups.
The light-art roadshow Loistava Pohjois-Pohjanmaa, the name of which translates as SHINING, LUMINOUS NORTH OSTROBOTNIA, was produced by Arts Promotion Centre Finland and took site-specific light art into the villages and towns in this region.
Uuden Iin Sanomat
During summer 2017, Touko Hujanen implemented a community-based art newspaper titled Uuden Iin Sanomat, the name of which translates as NEW II NEWS, which was published at the Valto Pernu Photo Marathon gala in August.
Death is life?
DEATH IS LIFE? This project researched death from different perspectives and considered whether art is capable of crossing temporal borders and bringing people of the past closer to people of the present; the project also wished to unravel myths related to death and the taboo of death.
Endless Summer was a project by the artist Aki-Pekka Sinikoski, who showed the Finnish post-war generation through his photography.
International innovation network of artist residencies (KRIPA) 2020-2022
The project aims to create permanent supporting structures for the field and to increase the international competence for the local cultural actors in Ostrobotnia.