Open lectures in the frame of “Mediation as a Means of Cultural Integration” programme
Open lectures about communication in the field of culture, building partnership and cooperation with the communities, inclusivity and interpretation of art.Learn more
CulturaLab_museot – museum trails for bilingual families
CulturaFest family programme combines seven museums in Helsinki and Vantaa. It contains trails (activity guides), a guided walk in Vantaa, workshops, ...Learn more
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20/08/2018 / Eilina Gusatinsky
Each year about 3000 Russian speakers choose to live in Finland. They are the biggest and fastest growing language minority in the country. Part of th...
Workshops and open lessons in Russian and Finnish will be organized in April-May 2018. Lessons are open for everybody who works at the museum or is in...
What is Finnishness? Who is Finnish enough? Is it worth to plan a future in Finland? A group of multilingual Finnish teenagers host a panel discuss...
Did you know that...
who speak Russian as their native language live in Finland at the end of 2016
of native Russian speakers living in Finland in 2010
Russian-speaking organisations in Finland
with higher education
About half of the immigrants from Russia or Soviet Union have a university degree
Anna Sidorova Festival Director The second CulturaFest is over. Many thanks to our partners: Vantaa City Cultural Services, museums, curators, producers and artists. Special thanks to the audience – because of you the dialogue in Vantaa was lively, visible, deep and genuine.Read more
Survey about Russian speaking minority in Finland
Cultura Foundation initiated the survey in autumn 2017, because not much research has been conducted about Finland’s Russian speaking minority. This fresh survey also contains a scan about Russian speaking organisations.Learn more
is a colourful, interdisciplinary festival of contemporary art. In 2018 it will take place in Cultural House Vernissa, Vantaa.Learn more