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!
This year’s Tampere Film Festival will be the first online festival starting March 10th till the 14th! See TAMK student films in Kino-TAMK.
KEEP IN TOUCH is a collection of 15 artists that were part of creating Finlayson Art Area in 2020.
Galleria Kyy returns with a pop-up gallery at Tullintori.
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.
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.
New Music! 8th Myth collabs with artists across the world for the track Hurting.
In response to the current Black Lives Matter protests in the United States of America, and around the world, TAMK students and alumni shared their own works, expressing their views and allyship.
Chris Smith discusses how humor has been used to cope during this hard time.
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.