All activities take place on Sunday, 27 September. If you would like to register your own event, please fill out the registration form.
PixelAche Commonal Radio broadcast
Where m-cult office, Mäkelänkatu 37-43
When 11:00 - 13:30
Open media! Free frequency! Tune in! Join live PixelAche Commonal Radio. Bring festival related audio files and/or yourself. Broadcast (or listen) live on Korppiradio.net grass roots channel. Also presenting open television M2HZ.net. You can listen the broadcast through Sunday on Korppiradio.net!
Seminar on urban design
Where Arkkitehdit Rudanko + Kankkunen office, Lapinlahdenkatu 12
When 11:00 - 14:00
A discussion of urban design, following the results of a workshop in Tallinn in early September. Food will be served and a small exhibition on display.
Paper making workshop
Where Mariliis's flat, Sturenkatu 7 A
When 13:00 - 17:00
A paper making workshop using local, wild edible plants as the only material. Apart from learning a practical skill and taking home artefacts in the form of self-made sheets of paper the participants will have the opportunity to exchange knowledge about wild edible plants and local and foreign traditions of using this often ignored resource. Documentation of previously held workshops in Warsaw: https://zchwastulisty.wordpress.com/ These workshops are inspired by activities of the Herbologies and Foraging Network project: http://www.hirvikatu10.net/herbologies/ Bring along your knowledge about wild plants and some old newspapers for drying the fresh sheets.
'Bits and Bytes' artist presentation by Marko Timlin
Where Galleria Akusmata, Tukholmankatu 7 K
When 14:00 - 15:00
My sound installation "Bits and Bytes" consists of 104 recycled 3,5" floppy disk drives. It will be exhibited at Akusmata from September 18th-27th. I explain a little bit of the philosophical, musical and technical background of the project and subsequently offer a collective listening experience.
Screening of "Free Spaces" at MaaTila
Where MaaTila, Albertinkatu 19
When 15:00 - 18:00
A screening of a "Free Spaces" film based on the SPACES project. It shows a new image of four major Eastern European cities. The director Ina Ivanceanu followed artists and activists who try to regain their right to the city and their freedom of expression with wit and creativity. A cinema gets occupied, an old Soviet circus reactivated, a gloomy underground passage transformed into an ironic but glamorous arena and a factory site converted into a cultural Agora. The film shows that conditions are similar in Tbilisi (Georgia), Yerevan (Armenia), Chisinau (Moldova) - and in Kiev (Ukraine), where civil society revolts, led by artists. All actions and projects reclaim public space in artistic and innovative ways.