Projects mobile media

Open media workshops have been developed at m-cult to support new, web-based production and distribution practices.

City reporters is a workshop/production format aimed at the creation of small neighbourhood documentaries on local issues and places, histories and persons. The series kicked off in 2009 with two first citizen reporter workshops.

In 2007, m-cult collaborated with the Helsinki City Youth Office to realise the first digital art festival for young people.

Mobile media production is one of the "light-weight" production models m-cult has experimented with in a variety of contexts.

Aurora Feast presented an arts and science event on the Northern lights phenomenon at the science center Heureka, February 5 2006, and launched a participatory concept map online.

Capturing the Moving Mind (September 7-21, 2005) was a Trans-Siberian conference on the changing forms of movement and management in globalisation.

ISEA2004, The 12th International Symposium on Electronic Art gathered 1500 artists and researchers, representing 54 nationalities, to a travelling symposium including a sonic Baltic cruise and conferences, exhibitions and workshops in Tallinn and Helsinki.