Jyväskylä Art Museum nurtures the cultural heritage of visual arts in Central Finland, producing and transmitting experiences and knowledge of pictorial culture in interaction with its community. In addition, the museum creates and develops new forms and models of activity.
Events and workshops are free of charge unless otherwise stated.
31.12. New Year's Eve, Monday, Closed
1.1.2019 New Year's Day, Tuesday, Closed
As part of City of Jyväskylä, we prefer e-invoicing.
E-invoicing the Craft Museum of Finland
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Reference: the Craft Museum of Finland
The Craft Museum of Finland
The Imperial Senate ordered on 14th December 1888, that an allowance be granted for the operation of a handicraft museum beginning in 1890.The resulting museum operated under the Society of Industrial Art and was located at the Museum of Art and Design (operating today as the Design Museum).
The Craft Museum of Finland is a specialized museum for handicraft covering entire Finland. The museum covers all techniques of handicraft, from house building to lace making and from forging to the design of ornaments. The National Costume Center of Finland and The Conservation Center are part of the museum.
As a specialized museum, the maintenance comes from the City of Jyväskylä but also from the Ministry of Education and Culture because of museum’s national status.
Jyväskylä is especially known for its rich variety of culture; museums, art exhibitions, concerts, events and theatre performances.
The Craft Museum of Finland sends regurarly press releases about exhibitions and events.
If you wish to receive these press releases, please contact our curator of communications.
Sari Koskinen, curator, communications and pr, tel. +358 50 413 9051, sari.k.koskinen [at] jyvaskyla.fi
For media, a photo bank is maintained about current exhibitions. You can download photographs for media use here.
Ratamo Printmaking and Photography Centre includes Galleria Ratamo along with both printmaking and photography studios, and is geared for those interested in creating, experimenting and learning printmaking and photographic techniques.
Galleria Ratamo primarily represents printmaking and photography, and shows roughly twelve exhibitions per year.
- The Jyväskylä City Art Collection (over 3500 works)
- The Collection of the Association of Finnish Graphic Artists (over 5000 works)
- The Collection of the Finish Cultural Foundation of Central Finland
- A part of the Alfred Kordelin Foundation´s collection (deposition)
- A Part of The Artists´ Assosiation of Finland (deposition)
- A Part of Collection of the Finnish Savings Bank (deposition)