In the excavations carried out over the years on the site of Aboa Vetus & Ars Nova museum, more than a tonne of animal bones have been discovered.
The collection exhibition presents acquisitions and donations from the time of the museum’s first director, landscape artist Victor Westerholm.
The works of this Israeli–Dutch artist couple emerge from interaction with people they have met.
The colourful and playful images in the paintings by the Ukrainian folk artist Maria Prymachenko (1908–1997) take us to the world of tales and mythologies.
The Collection Exhibition On the Way in Aboa Vetus & Ars Nova Museum is an examination of travel in a loose framework of different points of view.
The work of Swedish artist Dick Bengtsson (1936–1989) has fascinated and troubled art lovers since the 1960s.
Sasha Huber creates art to save the future from historical burdens. Art that cares and asks us to pay attention.
The works of Vajiko Chachkhiani are shaped by a poetic humanism that exists between personal experience and political reality as well as psychological explorations.
His wooden sculptures relate to pre-industrial tools and contemplate the potential of working with hands and tools in a post-industrial society.
The exhibition of sculptor Simo Helenius gathers works from throughout the artist’s entire career.
Hertta Kiiski works with photography, moving images, objects, space, and often with her own daughters. Her works discuss empathy, as well as the relationships between people, non-humans and space.
What on earth is going on underneath the floors of Katedralskolan School's gymnasium? New tours available soon – pre-booking starts June 5th at 8am.
Neural Networks 2018 welcomes you to the 6th Global Summit on Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks to be held at Helsinki, Finland during October 15-16, 2018.