Anna-Kaisa Koski is a curator and cultural facilitator based in Helsinki, Finland. Her current curatorial projects include ‘Rauma Triennale 2019: In Praise of Boredom’ and ‘Stony Silence’ with Helsinki Children’s Art Centre Annantalo. As a cultural facilitator she works with The Finnish Forest Museum Lusto in facilitating platforms and workshops for forest discussions.
Her previous projects include site-specific artist research project ‘Examination Room’ (2018), Henriikka Kontimo’s site-spesific installation ‘What do we talk about when we talk about nature’ (2017) and conceptualization for a cultural organization ‘Made in Empathy’ (2017). Koski worked as a participation coordinator in the design of the new Helsinki City Museum (opened 2016) that was done collaboratively with local citizens. She holds an MA in Curating, Managing and Mediating Art from Aalto University.