Paja&Bureau is a communal workspace and houses several creative professionals from different fields. The space comprises a design studio, workshop spaces and a showroom. It also hosts different events, launch and opening parties, workshops and screenings as well as concerts.
Contemporary, experimental exhibitions: paintings and painting based installations, changing every third week. Artists are selected on the basis of applications by the Exhibition Committee, which consists of artists.
Based in the former offices of the Weilin&Göös publishing house designed by legendary Finnish architect Professor Aarno Ruusuvuori (1925-1992), WeeGee is a museum, exhibition and event hub in Tapiola, Espoo. It houses two museums: EMMA - Espoo Museum of Modern Art and KAMU - Espoo City Museum. WeeGee also houses the museum shop EMMA Shop and the Café Zoceria WeeGee. In the yard is the famous Futuro house, designed by architect Matti Suuronen, which is open to the public from May to September. Exhibitions are also on display in Studio Suuronen. WeeGee offers visitors experiences and inspiration all year round.
Free entrance to the museums in the WeeGee exhibition centre on Fridays at 17-19.
Asbestos Art Space is an open city space created for events of the entire range of art and culture founded by the Asbestos collective, an artist run collective.
There are over 60 residents of different art forms working at the art quarters, Taidekortteli, of Roihupelto, eg. artists, ceramic artists, designers, graphic designers, sculptors, photographers, writers etc.
The area and studios open to public during Open door-events, usually held in autumn.
At the corner of Kalliola setlementtitalo, in the corner of Sturenkatu and Kirstinkatu, there is a glass cube called Mutteri, which works as a street gallery.
The Suvilahti graffiti wall, opposite of the Kattilahalli building, is open for all to paint on. The graffiti wall was opened in May 2019.
The metallic wall is 3 x 100m in size.
There's also a shop and gallery selling graffiti artist equipment in the area called Make Your Mark.
Situated on the border of Helsinki and Espoo, Hanaholmen - the Swedish-Finnish cultural centre has modern conference facilities, a high-class restaurant, and a hotel with sea views from all rooms. In Hanaholmen, archipelago nature meets contemporary art: there are both permanent and temporary works by Nordic artists such as Jeppe Hein, Kaarina Kaikkonen and Anna Uddenberg. In Hanaholmen, Restaurant Plats serves the finest ingredients of the season, combining pure Nordic flavors, sustainable agriculture and ethical thinking. There is also a gallery in Hanaholmen, with an exhibition program highlighting current phenomena in art and design. The spacious hotel rooms of Hanaholmen are decorated in Nordic style and are filled with natural light. Each room offers a view of unique maritime nature.
The Amos Rex museums exhibition programme will extend from the newest, often experimental, contemporary art to 20th-century Modernism and ancient cultures. Amos Rex aims to present captivating and ambitious art refreshingly and exuberantly. A permanent exhibition with Sigurd Frosterus's post-impressionist art collection is also on display.
Amos Rex is a meeting place for art and urban culture, consisting of new underground exhibition spaces, the old Lasipalatsi building ("glass palace") from 1936 and its Bio Rex cinema, as well as a vibrant event forum on Lasipalatsi Square, which serves as the roof of the exhibition hall. The goal of the new museum is to produce unique experiences and surprising encounters.
Located in Tapiola, Espoo, EMMA - Espoo Museum of Modern Art's collection and exhibition programme profiles Finnish and international modernism, contemporary art as well as design. EMMA's exhibition spaces - the largest in Finland - are situated in the architecturally impressive WeeGee building designed by Professor Aarno Ruusuvuori. The modern architecture adds to the experience-focused presentation of the changing exhibitions and permanent collections of EMMA, the Saastamoinen Foundation and Tapio Wirkkala Rut Bryk Foundation.
Espoo City Museum (KAMU) is also located at the Exhibition Centre WeeGee. In the building you can find a café and museum shop as well.
Free entrance to all the museums in the building on Fridays at 17-19.