ATT-Ensemble, Sankarihymni. Kuva: Mape Heikura
ILME is a multidisciplinary cultural cooperative
that aims to increase society’s well being
through equally accessible art
ILME operates to aggregate and to facilitate quality community art through Finland. Community art aims to equality and engagement in communities through interactive art. It shakes down the presumptions of who can make art and to whom art is made. Through cultural democracy activity ILME works to bring art to wider audiences, to those who are often marginalised or invisible to others.
Our services are socially engaged workshops, art education, theatre and music performances and multidisciplinary artwork.
Services apply to various groups of people:
People with disabilities or underlying health conditions
People in socially challenging life situations
People working with people above
People who wish to increase art in their lives
Various work communities and free-time groups
Ordinary people in more or less normative life situations, who wish to have more joy in life
Who are we?
ILME consists of 28 artists in different art fields.
Theatre and Dance
Take a look at the introduction of our artists!
ILME has a partnership agreement with the city of Oulu. Also, we work in association with other municipalities, corporations and nonprofit organisations across the country to empower communities locally and nationwide.
ILME is actively seeking collaboration opportunities, both nationally and internationally. Please do not hesitate to contact us!
Kehä is a festival of dyadic art. Every year tens of artists from different art fields and various countries offer dyadic artwork to festival visitors. The aim is to provide a personal moment of art experience. It can be healing, caring, awaking, or purely breathtaking.
The latest KEHÄ symposium aroused discussion about dyadic art in care home milieus: Can dyadic art help supporting elderly or youngsters in challenging situations?
Here you can follow the recording of the symposium with Finnish and English presentations, and with Finnish subtitles.
KEHÄ aims to raise social discussion around the annual themes:
Visit here to see some more in Finnish.