A new exhibition Heavenly Colours − Blue and Gold has opened at Sinebrychoff Art Museum on 28th of March. Blue and Gold have been historically considered one of the most precious colors and materials. Heavenly Colours − Blue and Gold is a collection exhibition where these two colors lie at the core of the presented … Continue reading Heavenly Colours − Blue and Gold exhibition at Sinebrychoff Art Museum
This years premiere of the Helsinki Dance Company is Bonfire: The Wondering Bands of Storytelling Sapiens. Choreography is created and directed by Ima Iduozee, one of the most exciting names in the Finnish contemporary dance. Bonfire is a tribute to the 45th anniversary of Helsinki Dance Company, the dance group of Helsinki City Theatre. Iduozee … Continue reading HDC & Ima Iduozee – Bonfire: The Wondering Bands of Storytelling Sapiens at Studio Pasila
It´s mid-winter in Helsinki and the city is filled with snow. There is a lot of things to do even during the winter. Besides enjoying winter activities in the short and cold daylight time, museums and theaters offer a warm portion of culture. Ideal Helsinki has gathered events to this article which are easy to … Continue reading Events in Helsinki – February 2019
Opening exhibition of the recently established Amos Rex museum is Massless by TeamLab, which uses computer science to express nature in terms of modern art. The Massless exhibition is open until 6th of January 2019. Multidisciplinary and pioneering Amos Rex was opened to public 30.8.2018. Continue reading.
During Christmas season Helsinki is filled with markets, starting from mid November. Various markets offer a wide selection of food and beverages, shopping spots, Finnish design and of course a warm atmosphere. Father Christmas and the elves also pay a visit to many of these markets. A traditional Finnish wood-heated sauna is also warm at … Continue reading Christmas Markets in Helsinki – 2018
A new gallery - Gao Shan specializing in jewelry has opened the 2nd November. The first exhibition is showcasing the artwork of four major Finnish jewelry designers. Hidden Gems - Made to Awe exhibition presents the creations of Eero Hintsanen, Chao-Hsien Kuo, Heli Kauhanen and Harri Syrjänen. In the exhibition, the visitor can see also … Continue reading Hidden Gems – Made to Awe -jewelry design exhibition
The highly esteemed, seasoned British choreographer David Bintley originally created Cinderella for the Birmingham Royal Ballet in Britain in 2010. The audience fell in love with his Cinderella, which won him the Critics’ Circle National Dance Award in 2011, among other accolades. The new version to be seen at the Finnish National Ballet has been … Continue reading A captivating Cinderella at the Finnish National Ballet