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Power Streams on Video is a creative and innovative multidisciplinary project which aims to enhance well-being and safety of students in school. The project is based on workshops for students. The workshops consist of fine art, drama and cinematic processes. The first pilot was produced in Tampere, Finland on 6. grade in Kaarila School in Spring 2013. The second pilot was realised in Autumn 2013 in FISTA- Finnish International School of Tampere for two 7. grades.

The pilots were realised as collaboration between Tampere University of Applied Sciences and comprehensive school.

Students from TAMK (Fine Art, Media and Social sector) worked together with their key teachers in Living Lab -learning environment.


  • Creative solutions for well-being at school community
  • Aiming to a participatory operational model
  • Targeting 6.-7. grades
  • Workshops: videos of ones own school class
  • Fine art, drama and cinematic processes
  • Themes: Health, bullying, loneliness and team spirit
  • To enhance communication, well-being and health



Brief paper Power Streams on Video- Creative Solutions for Wellbeing at Comprehensive School presented in Edmedia – World Conference of Educational Media & Technology 2014, Tampere


Further information: Fanni Niemi-Junkola, Senior Lecturer, Fine Art,, tel. +358 (0)50 3562803