null CERADA researchers’ SPRING MEET 8.-9.5.2019

You are warmly invited to meet CERADA’s present and new post-doctoral researchers at CERADA researchers’ SPRING MEET Wednesday – Thursday 8th – 9th May 2019! At the event will get a chance to find out about our researchers’ research interests and hear on research ethics and funding.


The Spring Meet starts on Wednesday afternoon (16:15-19:15 at Teak, room 525) with post-doctoral researcher Dr. Jeremiah Day’s "Improvising and performance workshop" that draws upon the performance traditions of post-modern dance – Simone Forti’s improvisational moving-talking method Logomotion, and Steve Paxton’s Contact Improvisation (for more information, click this link).


On Thursday, CERADA’s present and new post-doctoral researchers present their research interests. In addition, we have short info sessions on research ethics and funding. The day closes with Dr. Teija Löytönen’s (Aalto University) Studia Generalia -lecture on onto-epistemological opportunities and challenges in post-qualitative research followed by a meet and mingle session with drinks and nibbly bits (for more information, see below). Link to registrate below.



Thursday 9th May 2019, 10:00 – 19:00

CERADA Researchers’ MEET

Location: Uniarts Helsinki’s Theatre Academy, Auditorium 1, Haapaniemenkatu 6, Helsinki



10:00 Morning Coffee

10:15-10:30 Opening words, PhD Kai Lehikoinen, Director (Uniarts Helsinki’s CERADA)

10.30-11:00 As a researcher at CERADA University of the Arts, Tii Syrjänen, Research advisor (Uniarts Helsinki’s CERADA)

11.00-11.30 Research ethics as a tool for researcher, Jenni Mikkonen, Publication Specialist (Uniarts Helsinki) and Kai Lehikoinen

11:30-12:00 Research funding from the Academy of Finland: A case, Dr Liisa-Maija Hautsalo, Research Fellow (Uniarts Helsinki’s Sibelius Academy)


Lunch break



13.00-13.20 Visual artists, self-precarization and structural poverty, Dr. Sari Karttunen

13.20-13.40 Teaching methods of postmodern dance, Dr. Jeremiah Day

13.40-14.00 Sensing the Body as Social, Dr. Ilmari Kortelainen

14.00-14.20 Dance and participation, Dr. Kirsi Törmi

14.20-14.40 Performative wellbeing, Dr. Alexander Komlosi

14.40-15.00 Pedagogy of the anarchive, Dr. Francisco Trento


15.00-15.20 Coffee break


15.20-15.40 What is the good of dance made of? Dr. Isto Turpeinen

15.40-16.00 Artistic-pedagogic encounters with disability, Dr. Liisa Jaakonaho

16.00-16.20 TBA, Hanna Kamensky

16.20-16.40 Cooperation between schools and arts institutions in the Art Testers -project, Dr. Tarja Pääjoki

16.40-17.15 Break


17:15-18.15 Onto-epistemological opportunities and challenges in post-qualitative research. CERADA Studia Generalia Lecture by Adjunct Professor PhD Teija Löytönen (Aalto Yliopisto)


18.15-19:00 Meet and Mingle – drinks and nibbly bits