Vantaa City Library – Transcending Consumer-producer Relations in Public Library Music Services

KARINEN, Ville and KIDE, Teemu (2018) Vantaa City Library – Transcending Consumer-producer Relations in Public Library Music Services. Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2018 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Transform Libraries, Transform Societies in Session 116 - Library Theory and Research with Information Literacy.

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Abstract

Vantaa City Library – Transcending Consumer-producer Relations in Public Library Music Services

In our article we discuss about the two-year service experimentation project that was implemented in Tikkurila public library music and media department in 2016-2017. The project, which was funded by the Finnish ministry of education, included interactive children's music sessions, experiments with new pedagogical approaches to music, educational co-operation with local music education providers, upgrading music production facilities in the library, new media content services such as karaoke, theatre improvisation workshops, online learning materials and providing performance space for local musicians. During the project we were able to make a significant increase in our customer visits and create new innovative services and give more people access to enjoying musical creativity and actively producing music.

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