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For the first time in Finland, Make Arts Policy! Summit presented an evening of choreographed debates between politicians, artists, cultural producers, and policy makers. The Summit was a new artistic format that used a strategy of discursive performance where politicians and artists performed on the same stage.  Representatives of ten Finnish political parties disclosed their proposed art policy for the 2015 elections. Their presentation followed the rules of the performance set by Public Movement, the conductor of the evening. Drawing from the aesthetics and choreography of official state event, the summit included experts’ room, short performances, music and refreshments.  Make Art Policy Summit was set as a service that utilized a theatrical performance setting as means for impacting the political. It is a new step in understanding the role of artists in the arena of politics.   Make Art Policy was presented by: Baltic Circle, Checkpoint Helsinki and Public Movement. Make art Policy curatorial team: Baltic Circle artistic director Eva Neklyaeva, visual artist, and Checkpoint Helsinki Board member Terike Aspens, curator Satu Herrala, producer spokeswoman Eeva Bergroth and Public Movement director Dana Yahalomi.  Public Movement was founded in December 2006 by Omer Krieger and Dana Yahalomi, the latter assumed sole leadership in 2011. For more information, visit: http://www.publicmovement.org/

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