The Finnish Institute in the UK and Ireland is looking for two new Programme Directors:
Programme Director, Arts
Programme Director, Society
The two new Programme Directors will form a tight-knit programming team with a cross-disciplinary approach. The new team will work closely with the Institute’s Director and the Institute’s networks in the UK, Ireland and Finland, planning and managing the Institute’s programme. In the coming years, the Institute’s Arts and Society Programmes will have a strong wellbeing and mental health focus. The Institute will also increase exchange with Scottish organisations in the fields of arts, culture and society.
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The Finnish Institute in the UK and Ireland is an expert on Finnish culture and society. The Institute supports the internationalisation of Finnish contemporary art and helps artists, researchers and social and cultural actors to create international networks. The Institute was founded in 1991 and it is a non-profit, private foundation funded by The Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture.