Can art be used as a transformative tool towards a more optimistic future? This is the main question being asked by visual creator Luiza Preda and sonic artist, Allan Castellanos, who have created a promising experience for Tampere’s local community at Himmelblau Gallery in Finlayson for this February (4.2.22-20.2.22). The art exhibition, Aerial Roots, isContinue reading “Interactive Sensorial Art Experience at Himmelblau Gallery “
Courses are over, the weather is warmer, it’s clear that summer is upon us. While some may be taking summer courses or working on projects or have a summer internship, there are also a few fun art and media things happening this summer!
Interested in studying sound design, or maybe photography or animation? TAMK offers a wide variety of studies in the Media and Arts program. Read more about the program, application and where to learn more.
Atomic Jungle brings together of TAMK’s Fine Art graduates. In face of the global pandemic, during the spring they had to find an alternative to showcase their works. Now they are showcasing their works in a physical exhibition.
Harmony by Gabriella Presnal is an art exhibition that reimagines our world where everyone is welcome and we live in harmony with our environment. The exhibition is part of the second annual Lux Skanssi event at the Skanssi shopping center in Turku, Finland.
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.
The Visual Catalysts exhibition is part of the Backlight Photo Festival in Tampere. The exhibition was curated by Dr. Juha Suonpää from Tampere University of Applied Sciences. The exhibition features multiple TAMK students and was set up by TAMK students.