Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme - transnational network to support collaborative, socially engaged art practice.
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.
RE:miksi is a net and art education project for pre-school children. The project includes a series of artist-led workshops and a learning resource aiming to encourage children as creative producers on the internet.
Talks, writing and media on the arts of collaboration.
In the animation workshop, we experiment with children and open tools for creating 2D animations.
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.
A key research theme in 2011-12 at m-cult deals with bringing video to the landscape of open publishing by developing free media archives, and collaborative remix practices.
The research and experimentation project is based on artistic and open source practices, and informed by the use of metadata and open content models to enable collaborative production.
In 2007, m-cult carried out two research commissions from the Ministry of Justice Democracy unit. The projects involved mapping of participatory democracy practices and workshops which brought together policy-makers, designers and activists to exchange views and create new insights into citizen involvement in decision-making and politics.
Finnish Information Society Development Centre TIEKE and m-cult conducted a research project on civic participation in digital television (12/2004-4/2005). The project established a dialogue between NGOs and civic groups to create models for participatory television production.