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.
The European Urban Media Network for Connecting Cities is a 4-year initiative to create an infrastructure for producing, presenting and circulating artistic and social content on media facades and screens in urban public space. The core network is formed by organisations in 11 European cities and the project is supported by EU Culture programme.
In 2007, m-cult carried out two research commissions from the Ministry of Justice Democracy unit. The projects involved mapping of participatory democracy practices and workshops which brought together policy-makers, designers and activists to exchange views and create new insights into citizen involvement in decision-making and politics.
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.
Open media workshops have been developed at m-cult to support new, web-based production and distribution practices.
The Finnish localisation of FLOSS Manuals, international network to create manuals on free/open source software.
Medios is a project which develops participatory and social media tools. Medios partners are Metropolia polytechnic, Helsinki city theatre and m-cult, and the project is funded by the European Social Fund in 2009-2011. In the project, m-cult realizes FLOSS Manuals Finland, wiki repository for free open, source manuals.
Creative Crossings seminar and workshop was organised by m-cult, BANFF and Arts Council of England and hosted by The Finnish Institute in London on April 26-27, 2004.