Burgher´s house museum – the oldest wooden building in central Helsinki

Burghers house museum from outside Image: Maija Astikainen / Helsinki city museum.

Burgher´s house museum is located in the Kruununhaka district and is the oldest wooden building in the central Helsinki. Exact year when the house was built is unknown but the Burgher´s house is known to exist already in 1818. The floor plan of the house is original, but the house and it´s surroundings and interior … Continue reading Burgher´s house museum – the oldest wooden building in central Helsinki

Heavenly Colours − Blue and Gold exhibition at Sinebrychoff Art Museum

Maljakko ja sinisiä figuureja - Alfred William Finch. Image: Hannu Aaltonen / Finnish National Gallery

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

HDC & Ima Iduozee – Bonfire: The Wondering Bands of Storytelling Sapiens at Studio Pasila

Helsinki City Theatre – Bonfire: The Wandering Bands Of Storytelling Sapiens – Image: Sofia Okkonen / Helsingin Kaupunginteatteri

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