Events in category "Culture"
27.03.2018 - 06.01.2019 / 10:00 - 17:00 / Siida, Inari
The Sámi Museum Siida’s 20th anniversary exhibition tells about Johan Nuorgam. Johan Nuorgam from Lake Iijärvi (1910–78) was an early broker of Sámi culture. He was a connoisseur of Sámi traditions with high proficiency in the Sámi language, whom many researchers used as their source.
27.03.2018 - 21.10.2018 / 10:00 - 17:00 / Siida, Inari
The 20th anniversary of the Sámi Museum and Northern Lapland Nature Centre will be celebrated through a joint exhibition of these two partners that will introduce, through photographs and texts, some of the best moments of their common journey in the Siida Building.
09.05.2018 - 11.11.2018 / 00:00 / Siida, Inari
The Eleven Images of Sámi Life Today exhibition depicts the present circumstances of twentyseven Sámi from their own points of view. Through photographs, videos and stories told by these people themselves, the exhibition introduces the public to the diversity of Sámi culture, but also to the common features in the ways in which the different people experience the world.
17.08.2018 - 19.08.2018 / All Day / Saamelaiskulttuurikeskus Sajos, Inari
The Ijahis Idja (‘Nightless Night’) Indigenous Music Festival is held in 17.-19.8.2018 in the village of Inari, Finland. Festival venue is the Sámi Cultural Centre Sajos. You can listen and experience Sámi and other indigenous peoples music in festival events such as concerts, music seminars, workshops and sports competitions.
18.08.2018 / 12:00 - 14:00 / Siida, Inari
What is the significance of the Sámi having a music festival of their own? What would we have if there was no Ijahis Idja Festival? These questions, and many other, will be reflected on at the Music Seminar of Ijahis Idja on 18 August from noon to 2 p.m. in the Siida Auditorium. The seminar is open and free for everyone. The discussion languages are Finnish and North Sámi, but, if needed, interpretation will be provided.
04.10.2018 - 31.03.2019 / 10:00 - 17:00 / Siida, Inari
This exhibition on Sámi environmental art reflects on the possibilities of a new kind of Sámi nature awareness and sensitivity.