Juha Suonpää, The Sauna Girl, Konginkangas, 2011, photographic essay ”I followed in Akseli’s footsteps”. The Jyväskylä City Art Collection. Photo: Jari Kuskelin. Juha Suonpää has identified the precise location and landscape of Akseli Gallen-Kallela’s The Sauna Girl painting (1904) and taken picture in spring 2011 from the same spot placing cardboard puppet of Gallen-Kallela’s model in the picture.
Email addresses: first firstname.lastname@example.org unless mentioned otherwise
Leena Lokka, Head Curator (administration)
Tel. +358 14 266 4395
Mobile. + 358 50 542 0527
Tiina Ekosaari, Gallery Assistant
Tel. +358 14 266 4389
Seija Heinänen, Curator (research)
Tel. +358 14 266 4394
Mobile. +358 50 054 2082
Tämä sivu ja sen alisivut poistetaan kirjaston verkkosivupäivittäjäkoulutuksen jälkeen 6.11.2018.
The Centre for Creative Photography
Set up in 1989, the Centre for Creative Photography is an association dedicated to advancing photography as an art form and making it more widely known among the public.
Galleria Ratamo organizes exhibitions for printmaking, drawing and photography based work. Printmaking and drawing exhibitions can be applied for from the Jyväskylä Art Museum and photography exhibitions can be applied for from the Centre for Creative Photography.
Submissions for Printmaking Exhibitions
The Jyväskylä Art Museum organizes 6-8 exhibitions per year. Each exhibition is programmed for 3 ½ weeks. The application deadline for exhibitions in 2022 is April, 30 2021. The decisions will be made till the end of May.
Expand your museum experience and experience the versatility of handcrafts in Open Workshop!
After touring the exhibitions, you can continue your visit in to the Open Workshop. Workshop offers things for the whole family and all ages, but in the more challenging pieces children may need help from an adult. In workshop there are ideas, instructions, materials and tools for a wide range of things to do.
Those visiting the centre can rent a peacefull lodgins in the city centre. The accommodation can be rented at very reasonable price.
It comprises two separate rooms (one single room and one double room) and a shared kitchen and bathroom. The facilities include TV, sheets and towels.
Guest room rent is 36 € a day / single room and 54 € a day /double room.
For longer stays, please ask for a special prize.
Support handicraft - step into the Museum Shop
The Museum Shop offers products from Finnish craftsmen throughout Finland and literature in the field. The museum shop's handmade selection follows the seasons. At present, there are products for about one hundred Finnish craftsmen or designers.
- electric press (100x70 cm / 39,3x27,5”)
- aquatint box (100x90 cm / 39,3 x 35,4 “)
- acid trays of various sizes, the largest (max. 80x100 cm / 31,5x39,3”)
- acid: ferro chloride
- non-toxic methods also in use
- electric litho press (80x140 cm / 31,5x55,1” )
- manual litho press (80x110 cm / 31,5x43,3”)
- some 40 litho stones (max. 65x80 cm / 25,6x31,5”)
- vacuum bed printing table (125x150 cm / 49,2x59”)
- several screen frames (max.
It is easy to come to theCraft Museum of Finlanf in the heart of Jyväskylä. It's comfortable sized and there's a lot of fun for the whole family. In addition to the permanent exhibitions on the basement, there are many small exhibitions at the same time. We handle handicrafts very widely: exhibitions showcase various handicraft techniques and their talents as well as arts and crafts. You may want to visit the showrooms in advance in a pdf map.
Exhibitions chance several times a year in the Craft Museum of Finland.
Click the year to see the exhibitions.
The year 2018 in the Craft Museum of Finland begins with the Memento exhibition, which consists of solo exhibitions by visual artists Ulla Pohjola and Kaija Poijula. They both are storytellers and with the works they illustrate their inner worlds. Pohjola and Poijula are masters of handling and merging different natural materials. There are mirrors, stones, a burnt loom, skulls, bream scales and fluffs of dandelions in their works. The artists use such techniques as embroidery, painting and collages of objects.
Travel trough 2000 years of crafts!
A Journey in Time exhibition is located in the auditorium, on the second floor of the museum. The exhibition timeline charts the most definitive phenomena in the history of crafts. The texts and images are only a tiny scratch on the surface of the interesting and diverse past of crafts. The journey starts from thousands of years back, the time before calendars or clocks, and moves towards the modern times.
The Dressed with Pride section at the National Costume Center of Finland presents traditional outfits from different parts of Finland in various eras. The exhibition also explores the history and the manufacturing methods behind the costumes. The exhibition draws attention to the remarkable level of detail in the costumes: flax and wool fabrics, pewter brooches, colourful stripe patterns on the skirts, headgear, pockets…
One of the permanent exhibitions in the Craft Museum of Finland, Craft - A touch of life brings today's craft curiosities and our shared memories of the past to light. The Sense Space offers tangible experiences: you can touch and smell the materials, recognize the sounds of craft-making or sit down to knit a scarf created by the all the visitors together.
The Craft Museum of Finland has three permanent exhibitions that look at the importance of craftsmanship in Finnish society and explore handicraft as part of history's timeline, and admires the festive costumes of times past in the permanent exhibition of the National Costume Center of Finland.
The upcoming year 2021 brings flamboyant colours, circle economy, and Finnish as well as international talent to the Craft Museum of Finland. The exhibition year includes both the museum’s own productions as well as both big and small-scale collaboration exhibitions. The central theme for the exhibition year is sustainable development, which is examined from many perspectives through crafts and design. For the fall temporary exhibition, the Craft Museum of Finland will even calculate the overall carbon footprint of the exhibition’s entire production process.
Printmaking center has had one month residency in October since 2010.
In 2018 started new 3 months residency which is organised with The Centre for Creative Photography every second year for the printmakes and every second year for the photographers.
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 Printmaking and Photography Centre Ratamo is situated in the Veturitalli (former roundhouse) complex near the train station. A pedestrian and bicycle path runs between the Shell Veturi gas station and the roundhouse. To access Ratamo and the train station parking garage by car, the entrance is on Heikinkatu (follow the indications to the Matkakeskus Pysäköintitalo). See the map
The print workshop has rooms and equipments for intaglio, relief and planographic printmaking and in silk screen, in addition which there is proper darkroom. The facilities can be rented by professionals as well as skilled amateurs, either by the year or for shorter periods. It is required of all renters that they are well acquainted with the techniques they apply.
The working hours are daily from 6 a.m. to 2 a.m.
The exhibitions in Galleria Ratamo present contemporary Finnish and international printmaking and photography. The exhibition programme for Galleria Ratamo is decided by the Jyväskylä Art Museum, and the Centre for Creative Photography. Both respectively organize 5-6 exhibitions per year.