Institut finlandais

Institut finlandais

Leaky Teeth by Dafna Maimon. Photo: Aurélien Mole.

60 Rue des Écoles
75005 Paris
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Institut finlandais is an independent and multidisciplinary platform between Finland and France. In collaboration with different international institutions, academia and creatives, Institut finlandais engages actively with critical discourse through its onsite and off-site programming. We seek to explore how a cultural framework can foster international conversations in creative fields, such as design, gastronomy, cinema and performing arts. The core activities of the Institut finlandais are funded by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture. The projects of the Institut are also financed by different private foundations and organizations. The 2022 programme is financed by: the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture, the Finnish Cultural Foundation, the Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation, Svenska kulturfonden, Finnish National Agency for Education.


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