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Sunday 21.5. from 11:00 to 12:30

Easy Finnish language guided exhibition tour for the Young Artists 2023 exhibition at Kunsthalle Helsinki

Free entry

 

We are organising another guided tour in easy Finnish language to the Young Artists 2023 exhibition at Kunsthalle Helsinki on Sunday 21 May, 11:00–12:30. You are welcome to join us!

The tour is free of charge. You do not need to register in advance.

MEETING TIME AND PLACE:
We will meet outside of Kunsthalle Helsinki (Nervanderinkatu 3). You will recognise the tour guide by a sign she's holding with the Selkokulttuuri name and logo on it.

INFORMATION ABOUT THE EXHIBITION:
Nuoret 2023, or Young Artists 2023, is an exhibition of today’s young contemporary artists. The exhibition will expand to seven venues across the centre of Helsinki.

The artworks deal with themes such as identity and personal matters, such as family, close relationships and love.

The exhibition is produced by the Artists’ Association of Finland.

 

ARTISTS:
Kristoffer Ala-Ketola, Dora Dalila Cheffi, Pauliina Heinänen, Pilvi Hyväri, Joonas Hyvönen, Hanna Hyy, Nayab Ikram, August Joensalo, Ulla Kokki, Karoliina Korvuo, Heinä Loukimo, Maisa Majakka, Zagros Manuchar, Mai Pesonen, Iida Pii, Anni Porrasmäki, Oskari Ruuska, Kerttu Saali, Julia Strandman, Emilia Tanner, Alma Tuuva, Anna-Karoliina Vainio, Man Yau, Haliz Yosef

 

ACCESSIBILITY:
The accessible entrance is through the Kunsthalle’s backyard. Turn to the backyard at Ainonakatu 3 (by the entrance to the Finnjävel restaurant), and you will find the entrance and a doorbell at the far end. Please take the elevator up to the second-floor galleries, which are completely accessible. Assistance dogs are most welcome. Unfortunately, neither the lobby nor Kioski shop are fully accessible. Please consult the staff.

 

GUIDANCE IN EASY FINNISH LANGUAGE (SELKOKIELI):
The tour will be given in easy Finnish language (in Finnish: selkokieli or selkosuomi). The tour guide's name is Hanna. Participants will also receive texts about the exhibition in easy Finnish. You are most welcome to join, whatever your level of Finnish language is.

 

MORE INFORMATION:
More information about the Young Artists 2023 exhibition: https:/­/­nuoret2023.fi/­

If you have any questions about the guided tour, you can email jenni@selkokulttuuri.fi. You can write to us in Finnish or in English.

 

DID YOU ATTEND THE TOUR AT KUNSTHALLE IN APRIL?

If yes, please note that this is the same exhibition.


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Sunday 21.5. from 11:00 to 12:30

Easy Finnish language guided exhibition tour for the Young Artists 2023 exhibition at Kunsthalle Helsinki

Free entry

 

We are organising another guided tour in easy Finnish language to the Young Artists 2023 exhibition at Kunsthalle Helsinki on Sunday 21 May, 11:00–12:30. You are welcome to join us!

The tour is free of charge. You do not need to register in advance.

MEETING TIME AND PLACE:
We will meet outside of Kunsthalle Helsinki (Nervanderinkatu 3). You will recognise the tour guide by a sign she's holding with the Selkokulttuuri name and logo on it.

INFORMATION ABOUT THE EXHIBITION:
Nuoret 2023, or Young Artists 2023, is an exhibition of today’s young contemporary artists. The exhibition will expand to seven venues across the centre of Helsinki.

The artworks deal with themes such as identity and personal matters, such as family, close relationships and love.

The exhibition is produced by the Artists’ Association of Finland.

 

ARTISTS:
Kristoffer Ala-Ketola, Dora Dalila Cheffi, Pauliina Heinänen, Pilvi Hyväri, Joonas Hyvönen, Hanna Hyy, Nayab Ikram, August Joensalo, Ulla Kokki, Karoliina Korvuo, Heinä Loukimo, Maisa Majakka, Zagros Manuchar, Mai Pesonen, Iida Pii, Anni Porrasmäki, Oskari Ruuska, Kerttu Saali, Julia Strandman, Emilia Tanner, Alma Tuuva, Anna-Karoliina Vainio, Man Yau, Haliz Yosef

 

ACCESSIBILITY:
The accessible entrance is through the Kunsthalle’s backyard. Turn to the backyard at Ainonakatu 3 (by the entrance to the Finnjävel restaurant), and you will find the entrance and a doorbell at the far end. Please take the elevator up to the second-floor galleries, which are completely accessible. Assistance dogs are most welcome. Unfortunately, neither the lobby nor Kioski shop are fully accessible. Please consult the staff.

 

GUIDANCE IN EASY FINNISH LANGUAGE (SELKOKIELI):
The tour will be given in easy Finnish language (in Finnish: selkokieli or selkosuomi). The tour guide's name is Hanna. Participants will also receive texts about the exhibition in easy Finnish. You are most welcome to join, whatever your level of Finnish language is.

 

MORE INFORMATION:
More information about the Young Artists 2023 exhibition: https:/­/­nuoret2023.fi/­

If you have any questions about the guided tour, you can email jenni@selkokulttuuri.fi. You can write to us in Finnish or in English.

 

DID YOU ATTEND THE TOUR AT KUNSTHALLE IN APRIL?

If yes, please note that this is the same exhibition.


Welcome!

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Sunday 21.5. from 11:00 to 12:30

Easy Finnish language guided exhibition tour for the Young Artists 2023 exhibition at Kunsthalle Helsinki

Free entry

 

We are organising another guided tour in easy Finnish language to the Young Artists 2023 exhibition at Kunsthalle Helsinki on Sunday 21 May, 11:00–12:30. You are welcome to join us!

The tour is free of charge. You do not need to register in advance.

MEETING TIME AND PLACE:
We will meet outside of Kunsthalle Helsinki (Nervanderinkatu 3). You will recognise the tour guide by a sign she's holding with the Selkokulttuuri name and logo on it.

INFORMATION ABOUT THE EXHIBITION:
Nuoret 2023, or Young Artists 2023, is an exhibition of today’s young contemporary artists. The exhibition will expand to seven venues across the centre of Helsinki.

The artworks deal with themes such as identity and personal matters, such as family, close relationships and love.

The exhibition is produced by the Artists’ Association of Finland.

 

ARTISTS:
Kristoffer Ala-Ketola, Dora Dalila Cheffi, Pauliina Heinänen, Pilvi Hyväri, Joonas Hyvönen, Hanna Hyy, Nayab Ikram, August Joensalo, Ulla Kokki, Karoliina Korvuo, Heinä Loukimo, Maisa Majakka, Zagros Manuchar, Mai Pesonen, Iida Pii, Anni Porrasmäki, Oskari Ruuska, Kerttu Saali, Julia Strandman, Emilia Tanner, Alma Tuuva, Anna-Karoliina Vainio, Man Yau, Haliz Yosef

 

ACCESSIBILITY:
The accessible entrance is through the Kunsthalle’s backyard. Turn to the backyard at Ainonakatu 3 (by the entrance to the Finnjävel restaurant), and you will find the entrance and a doorbell at the far end. Please take the elevator up to the second-floor galleries, which are completely accessible. Assistance dogs are most welcome. Unfortunately, neither the lobby nor Kioski shop are fully accessible. Please consult the staff.

 

GUIDANCE IN EASY FINNISH LANGUAGE (SELKOKIELI):
The tour will be given in easy Finnish language (in Finnish: selkokieli or selkosuomi). The tour guide's name is Hanna. Participants will also receive texts about the exhibition in easy Finnish. You are most welcome to join, whatever your level of Finnish language is.

 

MORE INFORMATION:
More information about the Young Artists 2023 exhibition: https:/­/­nuoret2023.fi/­

If you have any questions about the guided tour, you can email jenni@selkokulttuuri.fi. You can write to us in Finnish or in English.

 

DID YOU ATTEND THE TOUR AT KUNSTHALLE IN APRIL?

If yes, please note that this is the same exhibition.


Welcome!

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