Events

OASIS Events are always free of charge and open to everyone.

If you are interested in organizing an OASIS Event, please make a booking request through a form https://goo.gl/forms/yp7ZMROsEvEcf6ID3 or email us at events.oasisutafi@gmail.com.

* OASIS Events are always open for everyone and free of charge. Anyone can organize an OASIS Event Mon-Thu 10-18 and Fri 10-16.
** OASIS After Hour Events can be private, but only Mon-Thu 18-20. OASIS After Hours don’t have OASIS Key Master support.

Upcoming OASIS Events:

20/01/2020
  • OASIS After Hours Private Event (SOS ry)
    20/01/2020  18:00 - 20:00

22/01/2020
  • OASIS Game Day: Animal Games
    22/01/2020  15:00 - 18:00

    Oasis presents Animal Game Day - Welcome to the first Game Day of 2020!

    We have selected great games for you to experience what it is like to be an animal in a tough video game world. Put your paws on and come play!

    Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy (PC)
    Goat Simulator (XBox One)
    Sly Cooper 2 (PS2)
    Okami (Wii)
    Animal Upon Animal (Board Game)

    Where: Oasis
    When: Wednesday 22nd at 3-6pm

  • OASIS After Hours Private Event (Iltakoulu ry)
    22/01/2020  18:00 - 20:00

23/01/2020
  • Spot Reservation (Forest)
    23/01/2020  15:00 - 18:00

28/01/2020
  • Handmade Pixels: Indie Video Games and the Quest for Authenticity
    28/01/2020  12:00 - 13:00

    Jesper Juul is a Copenhagen-based video game researcher and Associate Professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design. Handmade Pixels is his fourth book on MIT Press, where he also co-edits the Playful Thinking Series. https://www.jesperjuul.net

    Through examples of new, interesting, and strange games, Juul argues that independent video games face the problem of authenticity: How can we create new, authentic games in a global, digital, immaterial art form, at a time when the rest of culture celebrates local food, handcrafted items, and the analog? The talk is relevant for anybody interested in the history of video games, digital culture, and independent/alternative movements.

    OASIS Lunchtime Talks is a series of lectures on current research by fascinating scholars from near and far. The event is free and open to all, welcome!

Past OASIS Events:

See the calendar.