Rehearsing Hospitalities events in April-May

Central Park, felling marks on trees

The Rehearsing Hospitalities programme returns with co-curated exhibition presentations, online discussions, new short film, online audio and video works and publication between April 19th and May 27th.

A collaboration between Frame Contemporary Art Finland with Museum of Impossible Forms and m-cult in 2020-21, the programme has centred on addressing art and institutional potential to facilitate plural and decentralised forms of knowing and access.

In collaboration with a number of partners and contributors, we have looked into how dominant and institutionalised knowledges and forms of access can be challenged from a range of perspectives. A guiding question of the programme has been: how can diverse access to language, environment, culture and archives produce more equal and just contemporary societies?

m-cult's events include an installation of the Central Park Archives project and an afternoon of conversations on access, commons and networks of care on April 27 at the Maunula House.

More information on the programme

Register to the Rehearsing Hospitalities sessions here.