Media Facades Festival Helsinki 2012, August 23-26, 2012 is an international festival to present media and electronic art projects in public space. The festival focuses on artistic interventions which open up the spatial and social experience of the city, by an innovative use of the visual, interactive and participatory potentials of media and architecture. The objective is to present new insights into the urban environment and to encourage a debate about the uses of public / media space.
In 2001-2003, m-cult realized several research projects which documented practices and policies of new media art and culture in Finland, the Nordic countries and internationally.
Media Facades 2010 is a European festival of media art and urban media which took over public space in 7 European cities - Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Helsinki, Linz, Liverpool and Madrid - between August 27 and October 3, 2010.
The Finnish Media Art network (Suomen Mediataideverkosto ry) is an association to promote collaboration between media art organisations, to advance the practice of media art in Finland by information and policy work.
m-cult is founding member of the network and on the network's board since 2010.
In 2007, m-cult collaborated with the Helsinki City Youth Office to realise the first digital art festival for young people.
m-cult.net is an information service on media art and digital culture, maintained by m-cult since 2002.
Performing Places was a an arts and research event which shared thoughts and projects on the new technical and emotional dimensions of urban life.
Rajapinnalla (Thresholders) is a five-part documentary on media art, co-produced by Koskela Art & Media House and m-cult for the digital YLE Teema channel in 2003-04.