Tampere Art Factory - more photos

Yesterday was the second and last day of Tampere Art Factory (TAF). A lot of people, a lot of art exhibitions, film screenings, parties, performaces, installations, game shows - everything the students of TAMK School of Art and Media are able to show and do.

On Friday evening the second part of the Fine Art student's graduate show Discourse Disco was opened at TR1 exhibition area at Finlayson.

While the graduating students celebrated their exhibition, the first year Fine Art students worked hard with street art outside the gallery.

The TAF Robot, by Mika Pettissalo surpriced people around the Finlayson area.
Photo: Sàra Köteleki

Chris Hales gave an Interactive Movie show, screening mostly films made by the exchange students of the Interactive Media Programme (IMP) during Chris' Interactive Film Workshops 2001-2008. After the show he met his former students, attending the show. From left to right: Franziska Emhardt (IMP 2008, Germany), Zoltán Szabo (IMP 2005, Hungary), Chris Hales (University of East London Smart Lab, Frequent School of Art and Media visiting lecturer 2001->) and Filipa Ruiz (IMP 2008 + Exchange Student 2009, Portugal)

One of the interactive installations made at the Responsive & Reactive Moving Image Workshop led by Robert Brecevic, Performing Pictures of Interactive Institute (SE) was a work by Tuija Lappalainen.
There were five international workshops and the seminar "Teaching and Learning with the Internet Generation" during the International Week of the School of Art and Media during the days before TAF"

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