Artistic scores with Maija Hirvanen and Tatu Nenonen

Welcome to an open workshop for everyone interested in exploring social and physical connections through artistic exercises. Sign up here.

We will explore ways of relating to the earth and land underneath our bodies through special artistic scores. We will work with exercises that enhance social and physical connections to ourselves, others and the companions within our environment.

The workshop consists of a short introduction, guided exercises and playful sharing of experiences and thoughts. Expect spring vibes, magic of the moment and renewed ideas.

The workshop is facilitated by artists Maija Hirvanen and Tatu Nenonen. Hirvanen and Nenonen are currently working with a choreographic performance work Hum that will premiere at ANTI Festival 2024. 

You are warmly welcome to join!


Maija Hirvanen is a choreographer and performance maker. Her interests range from the relationship between art and different belief systems and ways of re-learning to questions of embodiment and the more-than-human approach in performance and choreography. She makes performances on stages and in places, writes, researches, and teaches. Hirvanen’s work has been presented at festivals and venues e.g. Tanz im August/Hebbel am Ufer/Berlin, ImpulsTanz/Vienna, Sadler’s Wells/Lilian Baylis Studio/London, SPRING Festival/Utrecht, Seoul Performing Arts Festival, Rencontres chorégraphiques internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis and Dansens Hus/Stockholm, Zodiak, Kiasma, Baltic Circle Festival, Helsinki Festival and Moving in November Festival in Helsinki.

Maija is a THIRD Research Fellow at DAS/Academy of Theatre and Dance Amsterdam and Artistic Professor in Dance 2024–2028, granted by the Arts Promotion Centre Finland.

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Tatu Nenonen is a sound designer based in Helsinki. Nenonen works with performing arts, installation and radio essays by producing vibrating materials and sounds. In the work of Nenonen, sound is a physical and sculptural element.

Article photo:
Photo by Sinem Kayacan.