- TAMK STUDENTS MAKE IT TO THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP OF GAME DEVELOPMENTVote for TAMK Games Academy game Fat Bear Week in the Game Development World Championship!
- KEEP IN TOUCHKEEP IN TOUCH is a collection of 15 artists that were part of creating Finlayson Art Area in 2020.
- JUNNA’S Debut EP Combines 80s-Nostalgia-Oozing Synthwave with Folk MusicThe new duo founded by Anna Haaraoja and Juha Seppänen plays folk music in an unprecedented way.
The latest from our artists, musicians, designers, filmmakers, etc.
Learn about our artists, the latest projects and exhibitions, and read about Media and Arts at TAMK.
With a heavy focus on underground dance music like Drum and Bass, Jungle, and Dubstep. You can expect groovy bass lines, hard hitting sounds and breakbeats. The energy levels are bound to be high.
Teuta Pashnjari is a first-year Fine Arts student at TAMK. She exhibited her work in iWeek’s painting exhibition. During COVID-19 lockdown Teuta worked in her new home studio, which she talks about with Luiza Preda. She explains to Isabella Presnal about how she began documenting her creative process and how it transformed into a short film.
Ian McIntosh is a Canadian second-year Music Production student. In 2016 he and his family moved to Turkey, and since then he’s been living abroad. This spring he started a podcast, The Expatriot, and is interviewing others that have been or are ex-pats. Here is his story and the inspiration for the podcast.
Ignacio Varela an artist from Uruguay. He was studying at Mediapolis as an exchange student during the fall of 2019, taking some photography courses. He presented his project What is a tree other than freedom? in iWeek’s photography exhibition. Read more about the project and Ignacio.
Amazine is a digital zine that brings together Media and Arts students.
The Fine Art digital exhibition BIG WHOOP is a group show by and featuring young emerging artists.
Yu-hsuan Harjula tells about her experience at TAMK, and her artwork in iWeek 2020.
Anna Haaraoja interviewed seven people in the music industry, from the Mediapolis and Tampere Music Academy.
Natalija Sari Djakovic is a Finnish-Serbian visual artist. Her works range from paintings to drawings to sculptures.
SHARKY is undefined, mixing all genres. Read about SHARKY and her story.
Article and Essays
Read our articles and essays covering all things Media and Arts, from how we pulled off our first digital event to the changes in Music Production.
Recap iWeek 2020
Read about what happened during iWeek 2020, our first ever Digital Event.
iWeek 2020 was the first virtual edition, and was a learning experience for the whole team.
The Art, Media and Music International Week 2020 has come to an end. It was an amazing week filled with art, music, workshops, and many discussions! We would like to thank you for attending our First Ever Online iWeek! We really appreciate your support, curiosity and openness and we apologise for any mishaps that happened!Continue reading “Thank you for participating in iWeek 2020!”
The last day started with Tommi Moilanen and his workshop focused on Distance Teaching Media Students. Tommi shared how he has been teaching his Filming and Lighting course through streaming and online tools. The conversation focused on how to teach from home, and what digital tools there are. A big topic was how the theoreticalContinue reading “The Last Day of iWeek 2020”
In the morning we had the Fine Art video pitching session hosted by Fanny Niemi-Junkola with Tytti Rantanen, program coordinator from AV-Arkki, & Jenni Toikka, visual artist. You can watch the films here or on our YouTube channel. Afterward, we had the final lunchtime discussion hosted by Sohvi. The special guest was Chris Smith, whoContinue reading “Thursday, 23rd of April”