Public programmes

Photography corner in the Ismo Hölttö exhibition, 2015. Photo: © Ateneum

Ateneum wants to attract and interact with a variety of audiences. Events, guided tours and workshops are some of the way we are able to open up the rich background of our exhibitions and the works of art in our collections. We offer tailor-made services to schools and different groups. It is our goal to offer all our visitors a pleasant and accessible visit to our museum.

Stories of Finnish Art - Ateneum's collection display. Photo: Finnish National Gallery / Hannu Pakarinen

Stories of Finnish Art - Ateneum's collection display. Photo: Finnish National Gallery / Hannu Pakarinen

Audio guide to Ateneum’s collections

Selected works of art from the Ateneum Art Museum’s collections can also be toured with an audio guide.

Audio guide

SKISSI THE CAT

Sometimes in the morning, you can hear faint purring in the Ateneum corridors. Skissi the Cat has arrived at the museum! Skissi the Cat was drawn by the illustrator Jenna Kunnas. You can read more about Skissi here.

Henri Cartier-Bresson resource package

Henri Cartier-Bresson resource package

Archive: Materials for Schools and other Groups

In the archive you will find resource packages containing background information, study tips and assignments for school groups that are associated with Ateneum’s previous exhibitions.
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Press releases

Natalia Goncharova’s exhibition to introduce the pioneer of “everythingism”

An exhibition of Natalia Goncharova’s work will be shown on the third floor of the Ateneum Art Museum from 27 February to 17 May 2020. Natalia Goncharova (1881–1962) is known as a central figure in Russian avant-garde art, inspiring experimental artists in both Russia…

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