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Aesthetic Research Tour – Howard Smith 90 -exhibition 1.12.2018 -3.3.2019

Year 2018 is the Howard Smith 90 -jubileum that culminates in an unforeseen exhibition of Smiths life’s work - A journey of curiosity and exploration in the world of art, materials and techniques.

Howard Smith’s art celebrates the cultural diversity in a way that remains of great relevance. Smith’s works were cataloged 2017 and now an amazing window to more than half a decade of American-Finnish art and design is there for us...

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Slow Food Festival 2018

Slow Food Festival in Fiskars Village, October 6-7.2018 from 10 am - 4 pm.

The 9th Slow Food Festival will take place in Fiskars Village, 1 hr west of Helsinki, on the first weekend in October. Over 80 producers from Uusimaa and Varsinais-Suomi in southern Finland get together for the weekend to sell and market their products and services. There will also be a variety of workshops and tastings with producers and chefs.  

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Fiskars Summer House -exhibition 15.6.-16.9.2018

The “Fiskars Summer House” exhibition is to present ten designers’ views of the summer homes of admired Finnish artists.

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Summer buses from Helsinki

On Saturdays (from 7 July to 11 August) there´s direct bus link from Helsinki.

Departure from Helsinki, Kiasma museum bus stop 10:30 am. Departure back from Fiskars at 4:00 pm.

Tour price 30 € /adult, 10 €/child 4-17 years, 20 € senior citizens and students. Booking and more information: www.frimantravel.fi (Customer service from 8 am to 4pm)

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ABOUT CLAY – Pearls of European Ceramic Art in Fiskars 13.5.-2.9.2018

The Cooperative of Artisans, Designers and Artists in Fiskars ONOMA is pleased to announce the exhibition ABOUT CLAY opening this summer at the Copper Smithy in Fiskars.

ABOUT CLAY brings together a unique selection of top class European ceramic art. Presenting over 40 artists from all around Europe, this is the first time that this specific collection of works will be shown in Finland.

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