Projects urban media

The European Urban Media Network for Connecting Cities is a 4-year initiative to create an infrastructure for producing, presenting and circulating artistic and social content on media facades and screens in urban public space. The core network is formed by organisations in 11 European cities and the project is supported by EU Culture programme.

 

Media Facades Festival Helsinki is a festival of urban media presenting media art in the public space.

The Artvertiser imagines a near-future where advertising in public space can be replaced by art. The Artvertiser Helsinki workshop and walk were led by Julian Oliver and Damian Stewart.

M2HZ urban television from Helsinki: a mix of media art, community media, multicultural and experimental programmes.

 

StadiTV is a project and coalition to establish a new citizen-based television operator in Helsinki. A collaboration of Forum Virium Helsinki, m-cult and numerous other communities from the Helsinki region.

City reporters is a workshop/production format aimed at the creation of small neighbourhood documentaries on local issues and places, histories and persons. The series kicked off in 2009 with two first citizen reporter workshops.

In 2007, m-cult collaborated with the Helsinki City Youth Office to realise the first digital art festival for young people.

Performing Places was an arts and research event which shared thoughts and projects on the new technical and affective dimensions of urban life.

Creative Crossings seminar and workshop was organised by m-cult, BANFF and Arts Council of England and hosted by The Finnish Institute in London on April 26-27, 2004.