New exhibition at Forum Marinum explores our relationship to the sea - a dialogue between art and science
In spring 2021, Turku Art Museum will fill up with the intense colourism and visionary expression that lie at the heart of the work of artist Sigrid Schauman (1877–1979).
Uncertain Horizon exhibition observes the changing sea around us.
Hertta Kiiski’s Primeval Soup imagines an alternative past or future in which life forms of the planet mingle into each other in harmony.
Elli Vuorinen’s stop motion animation Still Lives (2019) explores such busy stillness by making museum artefacts adapt to modern challenges.
“The pyramid harnesses healing energy from its tip, while its four faces retell vital stories of feminine-masculine alignments.”
Only online concert.
The theme year on residential architecture of Bryggman institute is opened at Turku Main Library with an exhibition on residential architecture in Turku in the 20th century.
A fifteen-minute guidnings at inner courtyard by the entrance 4 Jun - 27 Aug Fridays at 2 pm.
Alia Farid’s essay film journeys through the traditions of celebration on an island where life flows according to its own unique rhythm.
The tour will go through the medieval part of the Castle. During the guided tour you will hear about everyday life, celebrations, war, and love within the Castle walls.