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Emma Luukkala

June 22nd - September 5th, 2021 Gallery

In Emma Luukkala’s cheerful work of daily clutter, the flow of household objects and people’s relationship to these things is revealed.  Materiality is the core of Luukkala’s work – the three dimensionality of her paintings plays with thick layers of paint and object-like painting surfaces. Repetitive flat and three dimensional juxtapositions give a tangible texture to her work. Luukkala mixes most of her own paints and painting materials to create different kinds of surfaces and textures.

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Suburban programme 2020-2022 - Wellbeing and Vitality for Huhtasuo

Suburban programme 2020-2022 is a programme stipulated by the Government and coordinated by the Ministry of the Environment, involving the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, the Ministry of Education and Culture, the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, the Ministry of the Interior as well as the Ministry of Justice 

The aim of the programme is the comprehensive and long-term positive development of suburb residential areas which will bring wellbeing to the residents and vitality to the areas. 

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Kerrostaloja Huhtasuon alueella

Kati Immonen – Wilderness versus Garden

Jyväskylä Art Museum June 4th – September 5th, 2021

In Kati Immonen’s skilful watercolour paintings, luscious plants and colourful flowers remind us of nature’s regenerative power. In her work, the artist reflects on the relationship between humans and nature.   
The paintings by Jyväskylä-born artist Kati Immonen are exquisite, incredibly versatile and technically skilful. Immonen is known as an innovator of watercolour techniques in her combination of photorealistic exactitude and spontaneous painterly effects. 

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Sinisävyisen akvarellin etualalla ruukussa horsmia ja harmaa rintakuvapatsas

Declaration of income at early childhood education 

Declaration of income must be made by the end of the starting month of the child’s early childhood education 

When a child starts in municipal early childhood education, the family must submit an income statement no later than the end of the month in which the daycare begins. The income statement is made in the electronic customer services at www.jyvaskyla.fi/varhaiskasvatus/sahkoinen-asiointi.

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lapsi leikkii puistossa leikkivälineellä

Wood in Interior Design 22.5.–29.8.2021

The exhibition Wood in Interior Design presents new, modern and professionally designed and manufactured interior solutions created through Pro Puu ry’s project, which have been created using various techniques and wood materials. The exhibition is on display in the Lobby Gallery of the Craft Museum of Finland on 22.5.–29.8.2021. 

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KESÄ-reliefi, 2019. Inni Pärnänen.

Ari Saarto: SILENCE & NOISE

30.4.–23.5.2021

“Silence is a whisper between life and death”

Galleria Ratamo
Centre for Creative Photography
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Ratamon näyttely, Saarto

Design Eija Rasinmäki – A Handwoven Life 29.4.–29.8.2021

Mirroring the impressive 50-year career of textile artist Eija Rasinmäki, Design Eija Rasinmäki – A Handwoven Life brings Rasinmäki’s well-known art textiles and rugs, that have had a recognised spot in Finnish homes and are long loved to the Craft Museum of Finland.

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Design Eija Rasinmäen vihreä taidematto ja työvälineitä, yksityiskohta.

Activities for migrants

In Jyväskylä, many different parties serve migrants. 
Various projects are underway in the organizational sector, educational institutions and the city. The target groups of the projects vary.

Finnish language cources

Finnish language courses are organised in many different educational institutions and as online studies. In the list we have compiled, you will find up-to-date Finnish language trainings

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Jalat ympyrässä kesällä nurmikolla.

IMPACT project

The capital of sport, Jyväskylä, is building an international co-operation network with Umeå and Tartu, as well as the regional sports clubs, with the aim of supporting young people's physical activity in the target areas. The project is funded by the European Union Erasmus+ Sport programme and coordinated by the City of Jyväskylä. The activities were started in January 2021.

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Expertise Centre for Immigrants

Our services

The Expertise Centre for Immigrants project (ESR) promotes the employment of migrants and the identification of skills.

Immigrant customers: The Expertise Centre for Immigrants supports foreign-language customers to improve their Finnish in Finnish language trainings, get to know more about the basic job seeking and support them to find their own expertise to promote employment through individual guidance and counselling.

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Gesundheit! – Art from Nova Hospital

27.3.–16.5.2020 Gallery

Numerous studies show that art enhances the quality of life and provides overall wellbeing.  In the new Nova Hospital in Jyväskylä art is integrated into the building’s architecture on the theme of Central Finland’s National parks.

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Mustavalkoinen piirustus jossa iso puu ja sen edessä istuva ihminen

Temporary exhibitions 2021

The upcoming year 2021 brings flamboyant colours, circle economy, and Finnish as well as international talent to the Craft Museum of Finland. The exhibition year includes both the museum’s own productions as well as both big and small-scale collaboration exhibitions. The central theme for the exhibition year is sustainable development, which is examined from many perspectives through crafts and design. For the fall temporary exhibition, the Craft Museum of Finland will even calculate the overall carbon footprint of the exhibition’s entire production process. 

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Iranilainen kaulakoru sekä kaksi iranilaista kelim-mattoa.

Whose Nature?

Jyväskylä Art Museum 27.3.–16.5.2021

In March Jyväskylä Art Museum will be taken over by the largest photography project on the subject of nature in Finland: Kenen luonto? (Whose Nature?), brings nature photographers and art photographers together for the first time. Curated by Juha Suonpää, the project’s opening exhibition presents diverse interpretations of nature by 22 well known photographers. This exhibition is produced in collaboration with the Arts Promotion Centre Finland and the Luovake Center for Creative Photography.

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valokuva linnusta lennähtämässä oksalle valkoisella studiotaustalla

Arriving to the Craft Museum of Finland 

The Craft Museum of Finland is located right in the city center of Jyväskylä along Kävelykatu, next to Kirkkopuisto. Museum is easily accessible by foot from the train and bus station. There are several parking garages nearby. See more about arriving to Jyväskylä below. 

By train | By bus |By car | By air

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Suomen käsityön museoon on helppo saapua suoraan Kävelykadulta!

Safety and the vaccines used

26.4.2021: People over the age of 65 can also switch  Astra Zeneca to another corona vaccine product when vaccinated for the first time. 

The authorities for medicinal products only grant a marketing authorisation to a vaccine that has been scientifically demonstrated to be both effective and safe. Safety is also monitored after the vaccine is in the market. Coronavirus vaccines are evaluated on the same quality, safety and efficacy criteria as other medicines.

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Order of vaccination

Currently being vaccinated: 

  • Risk group 1 or 2: 12- to 15-year olds  book by phone tel. 014 266 1472.
  • All 16-year-olds and older  book an appointment online or by phone

For those in risk group 1 or risk group 2 based on an illness: online appointments continue.

Order of vaccination: 

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Appointments to coronavirus vaccination

You always need an appointment for a coronavirus vaccination. A person’s eligibility for vaccination is always checked at the vaccination centre.

To book an appointment, you will need your banking codes to confirm your eligibility. In ”Koronarokotusten ajanvaraus” (booking corona vaccination), click the link "Siirry valitsemaan aika" (select appointment time). If you cannot see ”Koronarokotusten ajanvaraus” (booking corona vaccination) after identifying, you are not eligible to book, yet.

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Coronavirus vaccinations for Jyväskylä, Hankasalmi and Uurainen inhabitants

On 23 July 65,7 % of the Jyväskylä residents have received their first coronavirus vaccination (source: THL).

The coronavirus vaccine protects you from infection by the novel coronavirus and the severe forms of illness it causes. A sufficient vaccination coverage can prevent the spread of the virus among the populace. The coronavirus vaccine is offered to the entire population free of charge.

Vaccination locations

The location of the vaccination will be selected when making the appointment. 

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Project grants

•    The application period is January, ending on the last weekday of January at 3 pm. 
•    If any grant funds are left after the grant decisions made in the boards in March, the second application period for project grants will end on the last weekday of August at 3 pm. 
•    Project grants for cultural, youth and civil society activities may be applied for by registered associations domiciled in Jyväskylä as well as communities and informal work and activity groups operating in Jyväskylä. 

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Värikäs puu kävelykadulla kesällä

Operating subsidies

  • The application period is January, ending on the last day of January 2021 at 3 pm.
  • Registered associations domiciled in Jyväskylä may apply for the subsidy to fund the ongoing operations of the association.
  • The subsidy is intended for expenses incurred in activities outlined in the association’s plan of operation, enclosed with the application.
  • The application must be accompanied by a plan of operation and a budget for the operating year. 
  • A newly founded association may apply for an operating grant only after operating as a registered association at lea
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Värikäs puu kävelykadulla kesällä

Instructions for grants and subsidies to cultural, sports and exercise, youth and civic activities

These grants are intended to create opportunities for cultural, sports and exercise, youth, and civic activities in Jyväskylä and to encourage citizens to partake in communal activity to improve their welfare and quality of life.

Grants decided by the cultural and sports committee and by the education committee

Following grants to cultural, sports and exercise, and civic activities are made by the cultural and sports committee and grants to youth activities by the education committee of the City of Jyväskylä:

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Värikäs puu kävelykadulla kesällä