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Ars Longa. Building a House for Senior Artists in Helsinki


Dialogues shares an essay written by Tuula Paalimäki, Finnish Artists’ Studio Foundation’s Director (Helsinki, Finland) for Lea O’Loughlin’s keynote speech on the topic Cultural Permanence: The Impact of Legacy and Long-Term Planning in occasion of the latest Res Artis Meeting, which took place in Rovaniemi (Finland), in July 2018. The essay reports the planning of Ars Longa, a studio building aimed to address the needs of senior artists right in the heart of the city of Helsinki.

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