Art and science meet in Tulevaisuuskuvia (Views of the Future) -exhibition

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Story: Essi Santala
Tulevaisuuskuvia exhibition brings together various fields of science and art in order to further explore the pressing questions that will affect our common future. The exhibition has been formed through a collaboration of artists from the Pirkanmaa region and of future studies experts.

In September it's possible to find the pieces of art in surprising places throughout central Tampere: apart from the main library, art can also be found from the K-Market grocery store in Tullintori as well as from the trees in Kalevan puistotie -street.

Tampere University of Applied Sciences is one of the producers of the exhibition.

The exhibition is open 28.8.-30.9.2010. The opening will take place on 28. August as a guided tour at 13.00-16.30 through central Tampere.
The tour will start from the main library Metso. The exhibition and the opening tour are free of charge.

Tulevaisuuskuvia home (in Finnish)
Read the previous story about the exhibition