TAKU awards winners 2022 are published


The winners of the Arts and Culture Work Life Awards 2022 have been published. The jury’s decisions emphasize the development of industry advocacy work and international solidarity.

TAKU’s strategic goals for the government programme 2023-27


Arts and culture sector needs reconstruction after the corona crisis, but the gaze must also be directed further into the future. TAKU wants to raise topics that concern the entire working life and the renewal of society at the same time.

Boost Your Future: Career Networking Event


This event brings together jobseekers, students, art professionals, employer exhibitors and leading institutions from the art and culture industry! Register here

Welcome to TAKU’s annual fall meeting on 18th November


As a member you are warmly welcome to participate TAKU’s annual fall meeting on 18th Nov. As a member it is also possible to stand for the election of TAKU’s board. Please register here

Suggest an expert or an action of the arts and culture industries


TAKU will choose the year’s foremost arts and culture expert and action for the Work Life Awards. Who or what do you consider to be the most distinguished person or an action in the industry 2022? Send us your suggestion!

Dear member, answer to income survey!


TAKU collects income data in order to advocate the members and stand by their side.

New member benefit! Support for education now available


Support for education is now available for TAKU’s members! The grant is established for professional development and courses.

Kuvassa Cynthia Blanchette ja Karolina Lillvis

TAKUtuki prize has been awarded


TAKUtuki prize 2022 has been awarded to two final projects or theses done by TAKU’s student members.

New publication: Planning and Creating Virtual Events


Planning and Creating Virtual Events is a practical handbook aimed to help to recognize and solve the central questions in virtual event management. Read and download the publication!