Remote workshop about measuring and seeking for cultural companionship with Kaikukortti
Kaikukortti operations are developed with project funding. We invite Kaikukortti holders, Kaikukortti distributors, operators of Kaikukortti cultural and sport venues and representatives of wellness areas, as well as other actors interested in Kaikukortti and cultural well-being to the workshop day on May 24, 2023, when we will organize two different workshops. It would be wonderful to get you involved in a joint discussion and ideation.
Remote workshop 1: measuring May 24, 2023 at 9:45 a.m. – 12 p.m.
One of the goals of the project is to measure the effectiveness of Kaikukortti. The idea is that the Kaikukortti holder’s well-being could be monitored with some kind of meter when the card is issued and renewed. In remote workshop 1, we will test different measures related to cultural well-being, from which we intend to choose the one suitable for the Kaikukortti. The expert who will give a lecture about it will be confirmed later.
Remote workshop 2: cultural companionship on 24 May 2023 from 13:00 to 15:15
Based on Kaikukeskus’ surveys, the lack of a companionship one of the biggest obstacles to using the Kaikukortti. In previous workshops of the project, it has been brought up that the companionship would be important in situations where one’s own friends are not interested in culture. In remote workshop 2, we will consider ways to organize subsidized group visits for Kaikukortti holders, for example increasing the use of the community’s Kaikukortti and organizing cultural group visits . At the beginning of the workshop there is an artistic part.
Program ot the workshops (preliminery):
Coming soon. In Finnish above.
The event can initially accommodate up to 30 people. This registration form does not close automatically when the number of participants complying to restrictions is exceeded. If the workshop is fully booked when you register, we will contact you later and you will placed on a reserve list.
The event has print interpretation in Finnish. If you need a Finnish-English interpretation, please report your need on the registration form no later than May 10, 2023, thank you! Please also let us know in the form if you have other needs or wishes related to the accessibility of the event.
Language of the event: the main language of the event is Finnish.
Marjo Oja-Kaukola, , tel. 040 541 9244 and
Mira Haataja, , tel. 040 213 6339
The event is organized as a part of the project Kaikukortti influences – cultural well-being information to practical use, which receives a state subsidy from the health promotion allocation granted by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health.
More information about the Kaikukortti project:
Kaikukortti influences – cultural well-being information to practical use (you will go to kulttuuriakaikille.fi).