#IHME2018: the world from a non-human perspective

23/05/2018

The 2018 edition of IHME is dedicated to non-human species. The Hylochares cruentatus beetle will be in the spotlight, but there is also a chance to see the world from the perspective of a goldfinch, or even a slime mould.

Friday–Saturday 25–26 May, IHME Festival, Korjaamo, Helsinki:
The programme ranges from discussions to screenings, workshops and club nights

Sunday 27 May IHME workshop: The Mätäoja Armada, Kartanonhaka park, Helsinki:
Artist Antti Laitinen’s bark boat workshop (the boats are sent down to the Mätäjoki River)

Friday 1st June THE BEETLE, Kino Myyri cinema, Vantaa:
screening of Henrik Håkansson’s film in the neighbourhood of the Hylochares cruentatus beetle

Sunday 3 June IHME at the Louhela Jam open-air event, Jokiuoma park, Vantaa:
Nonstop outdoor screenings of THE BEETLE at the IHME tent, insect mask making workshop, guided nature tours every hour, on the hour, Professor Jyrki Muona’s tours at 1pm and 3pm

Friday–Sunday 1–10 June IHME in Myyrmäki, the Mätäoja nature reserve, Vantaa:
IHME guides cycle around the area and give info about IHME Project, the beetle and the nature of the area, around the park there are also enlarged close ups of the Hylochares cruentatus from Henrik Håkansson’s film (Professor Jyrki Muona’s nature tour on Sunday, 10 June, at 3pm)

All Festival events are open to everybody and free of charge. 

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