3.6.-6.9.2020 Art Space Ilmiö
Moritz Müller is a Finnish-German young artist whose work explores independence, complex emotions, and identity through portrait photography, music, and makeup.
Müller began his artistic journey in 2016, starting with make up. He soon expanded to self-portrait photography shortly after. Music on the other hand has always been a part of Müller's life, but it wasn't until he published his first songs in 2019 that he began considering music a part of his artistic career.
Jyväskylä Art Museum
3rd June–6th September 2020
Extensive exhibition by renowned landscape photographer features around 40 works, many of them taken in the age-old landscapes of Central Finland.
Pekka Luukkola creates intense photographs that feature seashore or lakeside views. The blue-toned pictures taken at dusk also include the element of fire, tracking the path of someone moving on the water, presented as a photographic trace. The calm pictures invite us to consider the passage of time and the importance of nature to humanity.
Like It Or Not, Blue Anthropometries is a participative installation consisting of blue ink pads along with the request for visitors to put their thumbprints on dedicated wall, or not.
The installation alludes to Facebook and the tyranny of liking. Like It Or Not is not an affirmation but an interrogation, questioning our ability to choose. It evokes thumbprint signature both as a biometric technology and as a necessity within illiterate context: in our all-icon age where the image tend to stand for the word.
2020 Exhibitions at the Craft Museum of Finland Celebrate Finnish Craftsmanship and Vibrant Colour Worlds
2020 Exhibitions at the Craft Museum of Finland celebrate craftsmanship from many perspectives. The exhibitions focus on Finnish textile expertise but are complemented by delicious finesses from the miniature world and traditional woodworking. The exhibitions feature internationally renowned designers and craftsmen to celebrate the free movement of ideas and thoughts in the crafts world.
The My Forest exhibition, created in collaboration with the Finnish Crafts Organization Taito, presents the Finnish people’s relationship with forests, wood as a material, and the forest as a space – not forgetting crafts, naturally. The exhibition will be at the 2nd-floor auditorium of the Craft Museum of Finland from 3 June to 30 August 2020, at CraftCorner in Helsinki 4–29 September 2020, and at the Pro Puu Gallery in Lahti in 3–30 October 2020. .
The Jyväskylä City organisation consists of the following four divisions:
- City Administration
- Social and Health Services
- Education, Culture and Sports
- Urban Planning and City Infrastructure
Waste management services
Guidance and E-services
Live chat customer service, weekdays, Mon-Fri 9–22
Mustankorkea Waste Management Centre
Weekdays, Mon-Fri 7–19, Sat 9–14 (May to August)
Ronsuntaipaleentie 204, 40500 Jyväskylä
Extending the collection interval of a mixed waste container
Under certain conditions, the collection interval of mixed waste containers of small properties can be extended to eight (8) weeks, provided the amount of mixed waste is small and recy-clable waste is sorted according to waste management regulations. No harm must be caused to the environment, and the waste container must be big enough to accommodate all waste.
Managing waste in the Jyväskylä region is a joint effort. Mustankorkea Oy, a waste manage-ment company owned by municipalities, is responsible for organising the practical measures of municipal waste management. Mustankorkea Oy takes care of the collection, transporta-tion, reception, treatment and utilisation of waste and provides advice on waste management.
Common services in Jyväskylä region
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Yleinen edunvalvonta palvelee valtakunnallisesti
Jyväskylän seudun kansalaisopisto toimii Jyväskylän kaupungin, Luhangan, Muuramen ja Uuraisten alueella
The Rantaraitti route for bicycle and pedestrian traffic travels the shores of Lake Jyväsjärvi. The Rantaraitti is a beautiful and practical activity area. On the Rantaraitti, it is safe to move on foot, on a bicycle, or rollerblades, as there are few car crossings. Thanks to the bridges, you can conveniently choose the route length you prefer. The Rantaraitti also provides a fluent route from various parts of the city to the city centre.
This page is a summary of information about the various grants the City of Jyväskylä may offer. More specific information about application criteria, application instructions and exact application periods may be found at the respective administrative branch’s own grant pages.
The City of Jyväskylä serves inhabitants at several customer service points as well as online. Personal advice and instructions are available at the customer service points. On our website you can find answers to many questions you may have about our services, and through our electronic systems you may take advantage of our services independently.
All research projects, surveys and thesis projects on the City of Jyväskylä organization require a research permit. The permit must be applied for by the person responsible for the research project. The arrangements for a research / thesis project must be made beforehand with the agreement of the city unit that is the subject of the research.
The city registry office is located on the ground floor of the City Hall at Vapaudenkatu 32. The registry office is tasked with registering the city’s administrative decision-making documents at every procedural stage. The procedural steps of both matters in progress and decisions already concluded may be inquired after at the registry office.
Jyväskylä offers a wide range of activities for all interests. There are smaller events almost every day of the year, and the city is also known for several major happenings. In total, Jyväskylä hosts up to 5,000 events each year.
This includes meets in less traditional sports. For example, Finland’s first-ever parkour park and indoor hall are in Jyväskylä.
The housing costs in Jyväskylä are affordable. Student flats are mainly located in or close to the city centre. New, centrally located student housing is also being developed.
Even if no suitable accommodation can be found within the city centre, the local transport services in Jyväskylä are excellent and the network of pedestrian and cycling routes is well maintained. As a rule of thumb, you can reach anywhere in Jyväskylä in 15 minutes!
The study offerings in Jyväskylä are extensive. There are four universities to choose from in addition to other educational institutions and Finland’s third-largest general upper secondary education and vocational training provider, Gradia.
All schools collaborate closely across disciplinary and organisational boundaries. Students benefit from the added value of an extensive course selection and joint students' sports services.
Jyväskylä is Finland’s seventh-largest city and highly attractive to businesses. A prestigious city of secondary and tertiary education with high living standards and plenty of activities, it is a growing hub of excellent services, connections and jobs in all professional fields.
The biggiest employers and personnel
Jyväskylä is a welcoming city for students. Students have always formed an important and cherished part of Jyväskylä’s demographic, thanks to its long history as a city of education.
Jyväskylä was the home of Finland’s first Finnish-speaking secondary school, teacher training seminary, an all-girl school in the 19th century. Today, one in three residents holds a higher education degree. This is a very high proportion.
Jykylä, Jyskälä, Nykäskylä, Jiikylä, Jypinkylä... Jyväskylä is having many names!
Jyväskylä is a buzzing and thriving cosmopolitan city. With slightly over 142,000 inhabitants, it is a big yet compact city. Known for its universities and student life, it is a popular place to live and a dynamo of new ideas and innovation. With a compact city centre and immediate access to surrounding nature and wildlife, a wealth of study opportunities and rich cultural offering and other free-time services, Jyväskylä has the makings of a great place to live and work.
Aim of the project
The basis for the project is the need to increase workshops and possibilities for rehabilitation for young people. The aim is to prevent increasing problems, to provide strong support in transitional phases and to increase alternative waysto study and find a place in the society.