Think Corner launch theme: Small country, big change
The new Think Corner will launch with a topical programme focusing on the place of the 100-year-old Finland in a rapidly changing world. The autumn offers nearly 200 events at Think Corner and online.
Come discuss in a group about whether you’re alone if you’re with a robot, whether an immigrant can really grow roots in a new homeland, or where a person with no roots can find strength. How could we reconcile the new bioeconomy with biodiversity? What does Britain’s divorce from the EU mean for the world economy? At the open café events you can ask questions about the crisis of democracy and in the language workshops, you can learn to say “thank you” in ten languages, both modern and ancient.
Peacemakers in the event on 5 October will feature Hussein Al-Taee, Pekka Haavisto and Eva Biaudet, while on 18 October, the rapper Paleface will perform at the World Political Experience, with a visit from President Tarja Halonen.
- Read the Think Corner programme here.
Think Corner – a shared workspace in the city centre
Think Corner is an open work space where anyone can come work on their project. Feedback will be collected during the autumn on how well the shared facilities work. To have your say about the programme, space and the ways we work, come visit Think Corner soon! We will use the feedback to polish Think Corner into the kind of diamond people wish to have.
The upper floors of Think Corner will be occupied by Reaktor and the lower ones by UniSport Kluuvi, which opened on 21 September. The building is also home to Helsinki Think Company. Think Corner Café is being run by Fazer and the Think Corner Shop, which will open later, by Rosebud.
You can also book Think Corner facilities for meetings and events. For example, a public briefing or a seminar event organised in cooperation with the University would be perfect for the space.
- Read about the Think Corner facilities and services