Chad Taylor

Chad is Aalto Studios Production Coordinator and Audio Visual Technical Team Leader. For the previous 27 years, Chad has been organizing events and tours with musical artists all over the world. He found his own feet early on with the advent of moving lights, working as a programmer for the early Icon and Vari*Lite systems …

A life Premiere at Kallio Stage

Uniarts Helsinki Theatre Academy and Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture present a collaboration piece called a life. The piece will have its premiere on Thursday 16th November at 7pm at Aalto Studios Kallio Stage, Pengerkatu 11 A, Helsinki. This is how the piece is described at their site: “A life suggests a translation of the philosophical concept …

ACE Producers Examining New Forms for Audiovisual Storytelling

Our partner’s ACE Producers’ 27th annual training programme got off to a good start in Helsinki last week in a Content Development Workshop supported by Aalto University. Along with other topics, their week-long workshop focused on examining new forms and formats for audiovisual storytelling. We spent an interesting evening with ACE at our Kallio Stage talking about the future …

IDBM Challenge Is Exploring Challenge-Based Learning

International Design Business Management Master Programme at Aalto is running IDBM Challenge, probably the world’s first challenge-based multidisciplinary hybrid course. They will produce a series of interviews that are available for everyone. The idea is to explore how to combine challenge-based learning with AV content that is closer to TV series and movies than ‘traditional’ …

Other/Cinema Screening Series at Kallio Stage by Critical Cinema Lab

Other/Cinema screening and discussion series by Critical Cinema Lab commences on September 28th at our newly opened Kallio Stage in Helsinki. Other/Cinema series deals with the theme of ‘Other’ from a variety of perspectives, relating to marginalized themes, topics, forms or distribution and markets. The series explores the ways films can connect to the acute debates …