Featured Art

We love featuring our students and their artwork. Here we share a bit about projects, artists, artworks, and exhibitions. We have so many amazing artists and musicians that we want to make sure you don’t miss a thing!

Standpoint Project

The project was started by Lais Glaser in collaboration with Jasmin Gams. Created in the autumn of 2018, Standpoint is a photo project that focuses on understanding individual perspectives on different gender-related topics by combining interviews with portraits.

March Exhibitions

Our exhibition Year One from 2-3 March, at Mediapolis in Kuva Studios. The exhibition was by our first-year students, featuring art, music, and media created in their first semester as TAMK students.

The first exhibition at the café Laikku, Kulttuurikahvila Laikku, is featuring Jonathan Carey (TAMK student) and Hanna-Mari Ristimäki. The exhibition titled On Shores of Consciousness exhibits self-reflective photographs and text-illustrations. The exhibition will be held until the 15th of March

During the month of March, TAMK student, Luiza Preda has an exhibition at Galleria Ronga with a selection of her black and white photos from I CAN’T SEE and Insight-Out. The exhibition is held in the office of the gallery.

I CAN’T SEE is a photography project that focuses on the effects of the digitalized Selfie in the 21st-century where fine art photography becomes underestimated again.

The photographs are created directly from the camera. No post-processing effects were used.

Insight-Out represents Preda’s Bachelor thesis project. All works are created directly from the camera. No post-processing effects were used.

The research focuses on the performative act of photography and how it can be used as a therapeutic practice using the light-painting technique.

A group of female Fine Arts students exhibits in Tullintori (first floor), in their exhibition Bits of Us. This diversity of artworks will be exhibited from March 12th to 31st.

There will be paintings, photographs, a video installation, and sculpture exhibited.