• Leena Pukin Jää hyvästi, mummola -teoksen ensiesitys 6.1.2019
    Leena Pukki's Jää hyvästi, mummola 6 Jan 2019

    The premier of Leena Pukki’s work Jää hyvästi, mummola (Farewell Granny’s place) 6 Jan 2019 was presented at Serlachius Museum Gösta’s Kivijärvi hall. Artist Leena Pukki stayed in Serlachius Residency in 2016. The work depicts how the grandparents of the artist move from the rural area to the centre of a small town. It is about getting old, self-determination, family ties, trauma, caring, attachment to a certain place and generations’ different opinions.

  • Perjantaikahvit 25.1.2019
    Friday coffee 25 Jan 2019

    Serlachius Residency’s artist Hollie Miller, Sigbjørn Bratlie and Andrii Dostliev were present.  Karelia was discussed on the basis of Andrii Dostliev’s project.

  • Perjantaikahvit 22.3.2019
    Friday coffee 22 Mar 2019

    Residency guests for March were Guido Mitidieri (Italy/Finland), Yuichiro Sato (Japan/ Finland), Ann Sundholm (Finland) and Madelynne Cornish (Australia).

  • Kirsimaria E. Törösen popup-näyttely 26.3.2019
    Kirsimaria E. Törönen’s popup exhibition 26 Mar 2019

    Artist Kirsimaria E. Törönen worked in the Serlachius Residency in 2018.

  • Perjantaikahvit 12.4.2019
    Friday coffee 12 Apr 2019

    Artists in-residence Madelynne Cornish, Guido Mitidieri and Yuichiro Sato presented themselves and reported as to how their work has progressed.

  • Perjantaikahvit 10.5.2019
    Friday coffee 10 May 2019

    Artists Guido Mitidieri, David Waterworth and Aino Kannisto, Fabien Blot were present.

  • Perjantaikahvit 13.6.2019
    Friday coffee 13 Jun 2019

    Canadian film maker Marianna Milhorat has filmed hounds’ predator tests in Mänttä and elsewhere. During the Friday coffee she explained why. Artist and lecturer Christopher Taylor (USA) has been keen to examine father’s role in Finnish families. During the Friday coffee he organised a short drawing workshop for the children.  David Waterworth (UK) collects images and short stories about every-day objects. Why for someone wool slippers are symbols for the Serlachius Museums?

  • Serlachius-residenssin avoimet ovet 27.7.2019
    Open door at Serlachius Residency 27 Jul 2019

    Serlachius Residency Gallery had open doors during Gustaf’s Trunk flea market. British curator David Waterworth presented the project that he has been working during his residency period: he has collected stories behind every-day objects which symbolise the Serlachius Museums for the local people.

  • Perjantaikahvit 16.8.2019
    Friday coffee 16 Aug 2019

    Residency guests for August presented themselves: Maddie Leach, Nisrine Boukhari and Eero Yrjölä. Participants also included artist group CTG Collective, gathered together by New York- based curator Catinca Tabacaru: Admire Kamudzengerere, Shinji Murakami, Xavier Robles de Medina, Terrence Musekiwa, Rachel Monosov, Justin Orvis Steimer, Elena Näsänen, Jaakko Leeve, Johanna Rytkölä and curator Raphael Guilbert.




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