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Kajaani Art Museum
Kajaani Art Museum was opened to the public in April 1993. The museum's exhibition rooms are located in the former police house designed by architect Eino Pitkänen. Completed in 1936, the building is an example of pure functionalist style. The fenced yard outside its northern wing leads to the old Town Hall which dates back to 1831. One of the main tasks of the museum is the provision of art education. Through its exhibitions of both international and local works of art the museum aims to present a broad and comprehensive picture of art to wide audience from all social groups. The art museum is a part of D'artnet Finland group
Linnankatu 14.
Kajaani, Finland 87100.
Contact: Heikki Aranne. +358 (0)8 6155 2599. Fax +358 (0)8 6155 2581. Open: Sun-Fri 10-17, Wed 10-20, Sat closed.
Kuopio Art Museum
Kuopio Art Museum, located in the centre of Kuopio, is housed in a former bank building converted into a museum that opened in 1980. As the regional art museum of Northern Savo Province, the museum includes exhibitions, research and documentation of visual arts. Art education plays a central role in the museum activities. The collections include primarily Finnish art from the end of the Nineteenth Century to the present, with an mphasis on local painters, from the von Wright Artist Brothers and Juho Rissanen to the contemporary artists. The central theme of museum is nature and the environment. The museum shop offers an extensive selection of publications and postcards related to the exhibitions, stationery and art supplies.
Kauppakatu 35.
Kuopio, Finland 70100.
Contact: . 017 182 633. Fax . Open Tues-Fri 10am – 5pm, Wed 10am – 7pm, Sat-Sun 11am – 5pm. Mon closed.
Lapinlahti Art Museum
The key words for Lapinlahti Art Museum’s exhibition programme are regionality and current art. The collaborative exhibitions for children and youth with the Lastu Culture Centre for Children also play a central role in the programme. In addition to the permanent exhibition of works by the Halonen artist family, the museum has approximately 10 temporary exhibitions each year. The Lapinlahti Art Museum’s summer exhibitions have been nationally recognised in the Finnish art world. The exhibitions have varied from the Finnish Golden Age master’s paintings to children’s book illustrations. The museum building was completed in 1976. It is designed by architects Esa Koivuniemi and Georg Bystroff. The museum is wheelchair accessible
Suistamontie 3.
Lapinlahti, Finland 73100.
Contact: . +358 40 187 2678. Fax . Winter season Lapinlahti Art Museum Wed - Sun 12.00 - 16.00. Eemil Halonen Museum by appointment. .
OMA - Oulu Museum of Art
P.O. Box 44 / Kasarmintie 7.
Oulu, Finland 90015.
Contact: Anna-Riikka Hirvonen. +358-8-558-47450. Fax +358-8-558-47499. T-Sun 10 a.m. to 5 p.m..
Turku Art Museum
Aurakatu 26.
Turku, Finland 20100.
Contact: Helena Kinnunen. 02-2627-100. Fax . .