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Dash Arts presents

Dash Café: Sámi – First Nation Culture in Northern Europe

Wednesday 23 May
free

In a nutshell

An evening of conversation, art and performance exploring Sámi first nation culture in Northern Europe and its impact worldwide.

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Together with Sámi artists, activists and musicians, Dash Arts explore contemporary Sámi culture, a growing awareness of Sámi first nation culture across the Nordic countries and the complexities of these relationships and their impact on the cultural and environmental landscape today.

Join guests for an evening of conversation, art and performance featuring Finnish Sámi musician Hildá Länsman from Utsjoki and musician & Helsinki-based sound designer Tuomas Norvio, who create ethereal soundscapes over thick and sampled electronic beats, academic and writer Neil Kent (author of The Sámi Peoples of the North), and multi-instrumentalist Jouna Lansman.

Dash Arts would like to thank The Finnish Institute for their support and award of the TelepART Mobility Support grant.

What to Expect

Lively conversation. Activism, music, art and performance.

What people are saying

'Work of profound worldwide significance awakening us to new styles, beliefs and voices' - Toronto Star

Why does Rich Mix matter?

'Rich Mix is an important cultural centre for the development of arts and performance in London particularly those addressing the complexities of European culture.'

Find out more

Web: www.dasharts.org.uk

Watch: Dash Arts 

Follow: @dasharts

Things you should know

Suitable for ages 16+

This event is wheelchair accessible.