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How to solve maritime challenges through art? Piloting co-operation process with the Arts Promotion Centre Finland


The aim of the process is that through this cooperation, interesting examples of art concepts will emerge that are in line with the real challenges presented by marine industry companies. It is hoped that the project will open up a new kind of interaction between the art field and the marine industry and the conditions for different forms of cooperation in the future.

The artists involved are:
Heini Aho 
Jukka Hautamäki 
Sini-Meri Hedberg
Sampo Kerola  
Ville Pirinen 
Oona Tikkaoja 
Tobias Zilliacus 

The maritime companies involved are:
Meyer Turku 
Wilhelmsen Ships Service  
Arctech Helsinki Shipyard 

Other partners involved:
Clap Ltd 

Maritime companies provide challenges in which the artists engage with their artistic knowledge and creative problem solving process. Clap Ltd participates the process due to its goals to work as a an intermediate company for artists and maritime industry; Clap Ltd wants to learn how to better reflect the artist's expertise in the future for the development of the marine industry.

All the companies in the marine industry will be met during October and November, and The Arts Promotion Centre Finland scornes the challenges that are appropriate to the potential of art. Next, the challenges will be presented to the artists at a common workshop in December. The professional artists invited to the project are working on challenges presented by companies. This collaboration challenges artists to apply their artistic skills to a completely new environment. In January 2019, ready-made art concepts are presented to the companies, and to a wider audience through the IRM-Tool project.

For more information:
Project Manager Rita Rauvola / IRM-Tool project, Aboa Mare
Provincial Artist Annika Dahlsten / The Arts Promotion Centre Finland

                                       


Spring 2019

The project develops a concept or a tool that helps companies to utilize innovation theories and develop their innovation capabilities in concrete problem solving situations. In 2019, the project invites creative experts to apply their knowledge and develop their own concept of applying a tool. The tool will be tested in maritime companies in March-May 2019. Are you interested to apply your creative knowledge to be part of the testing of the tool? Please contact project manager Rita Rauvola - or project expert Tommy Nyman -

Follow the project on Facebook and LinkedIn to find out the latest event information.

Furthermore, do not hesitate to contact the project manager Rita Rauvola - to have suggestions of maritime challenges in your company or company network, or creative knowledge that could be piloted in the project.

 

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