Galleria Kyy returns with a pop-up gallery at Tullintori.
Teini Piibemaa decided to take 14 self portraits from the 1st to 14th of November – her birthday. It is a way for Teini to look at the good and the bad of herself, and reflect on her adolescent years of trying to change herself.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Natalija Sari Djakovic is a Finnish-Serbian visual artist. Her works range from paintings to drawings to sculptures.