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Opening hours

The exhibition is open from 14 June to 18 August every day from 10 am to 6 pm.

Admission Fee

Adults: 5 €
Children (0-16 years): free admission
Discount tickets (pensioners, students, those in military or civilian service and the unemployed): 3 €
Groups (min. 8 persons): 3 €
Season ticket: 8 €
Free entrance for personal care assistants of exhibition guests
Unfortunately, the Museum Card or vouchers cannot be used with us

info and location

The exhibition space is located in the center of Mänttä in Myllyranta, close to the marina. 

Access to the exhibition space is unobstructed.

On-site INFO

Myllyrannantie 5, 35820 Mänttä
kuvataiteenvaltakunta(at)taidekaupunki.fi
tel. +358 (0)44 202 7766 (during open hours)

realm of fine arts exhibition

This summer for the forth time, an exhibition titled Kuvataiteen valtakunta (Realm of Fine Arts) in Mänttä-Vilppula presents the artworks of a number of fine artists who have recently graduated from one of the six Finnish universities of applied sciences teaching fine arts.

The exhibition is produced as a collaboration between the culture services of Mänttä-Vilppula and the universities of applied sciences. 

  • LAB University of Applied Sciences (Institute of Design and Fine Arts, Lappeenranta and Lahti)
  • Lapland University of Applied Sciences (Visual Arts, Tornio)
  • Arts Academy of Turku University of Applied Sciences (Fine Arts)
  • Tampere University of Applied Sciences (D.P. in Media and Arts, Fine Art) 
  • Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (Fine Arts Campus, Kankaanpää)
  • Yrkeshögskolan Novia (Culture and Arts, Fine Arts, Pietarsaari)

The objective of the exhibition Kuvataiteen valtakunta is to improve the visibility and position of newly graduated artists in Finland. The exhibition also highlights the important role of the universities of applied sciences teaching fine arts in the training of fine artists. 

The famous art centre and interesting attraction Mänttä-Vilppula Art Town can be considered a significant arena for presenting the works of emerging and newly graduated artists. The exhibition activities have been designed to be implemented in cooperation between all six Finnish universities of applied sciences teaching fine arts. 

The exhibition is co-curated with the universities of applied sciences and the Art Town.

The town’s cooperation partners in the implementation of the exhibition are Serlachius Museums, Koskelantalot Ltd, Autere Adult Education Center and Virtual Gallery Finland.

The exhibition is supported by the Arts Promotions Centre Finland (Taike).

Kuvataiteen valtakunta
Näyttelyinfo

kuvataiteenvaltakunta(at)taidekaupunki.fi Myllyrannantie 5, 35820 Mänttä

+358 (0)44 202 7766

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