Open house at TAMK Finlayson Fine Art department
- see how Himona - the fine graduate exhibition is made
Friday 8th of March 2013
Meet the artists from 10am to 4pm
Finlaysoninkatu 7, 33210 Tampere
The graduating fine art students are having an open house on 8th of March. The historical venue at Finlayson, in the heart of the city of Tampere, is open for audience for one day.
|Ismo Torvinen testing his smoke bass, to be seen at the exhibition|
Now it’s possible to come and see how do the artists work for example with sculptures, videos and installations. All the pieces made right now will be on display in April when the hard work of 23 artists’ is culminating in two Degree Shows called Himona.
Himona comes from the Finnish word himo which can be translated as passion, desire, lust, craving. The word himona also means plenty, a lot, much. In order to make art one must work like crazy and passionately.
The artists warmly welcome you to their works spaces on Friday the 8th starting from 10am.
Himona on Facebook
The graduation show Himona will be shown in two separate exhibitions:
TR1 Kunsthalle April 6 - 28, 2013
Väinö Linnan aukio 13, Finlayson
Open Tue-Fri 9AM to 5PM, Sat-Sun 11AM to 6PM
Tickets 5/1€, on Fridays free admission
Art Centre Mältinranta April 20 - May 7
Open Mon-Thu 12AM to 6PM, Fri-Sun 12AM to 4PM