Aalto University Learning Centre            Photo: Aalto University/Tuomas Uusheimo

Aalto University Learning Centre          Photo: Aalto University/Tuomas Uusheimo

Yearbook of exhibitions 2016-2017

Exhibitions Spring Semester 2018:

17–31.1.2018 // VIP: Material and Production Technology BA course exhibition, Aalto ARTS (Lobby).

25.1–9.2.2018 // Whose History is it Anyway? Historical Roots course exhibition, ViCCA programme (Foyer, Media Wall, Library).

6.2–19.2.2018 // Past Present Future: Sculpture Now! YoYo course exhibition (Lobby). Opening on February, 6.

26.2–7.3.2018 // Townhouse: Compact and Low Construction. Spatial Design (BA2) course exhibition (Lobby).

9.3–23.3.2018 // Personal (Ways of Making 2: Metal & Wood Sculpture course exhibition) (Lobby). Opening on March, 9.

16–20.3.2018 // Occupy Earth: Collaborative course exhibition between Aalto University and Parsons School of Design (Foyer; NOTE: some works are exhibited in Otakaari 1, 2nd floor lobby). Opening on March, 16.

21.3–13.4.2018 // EXP: Experimental Glass Design exhibition, Design Department (Foyer).

3–20.4.2018 // Material Research BA course exhibition (Lobby).

22.5–13.6.2018 // BOA’18 (Lobby, Tori, Foyer).

18.6–21.6.2018 // FEEL sur REEL (Aalto ARTS Art Education Master Students) (Tori). InSEA 2018 congress exhibition.

18.6–21.6.2018 // Paths Mine and Taken by Others (Finnish Association for Art Schools for Children and Young People and the Finnish Association of Visual Arts Teachers) (Foyer & Lobby). InSEA 2018 congress exhibition.

The Harald Herlin Learning Centre exhibition spaces form together the largest exhibition venue in Otaniemi campus. Learning Centre consists of an exhibition space in the Lobby, events venue Tori and 2nd floor gallery Foyer. Curated program includes exhibitions, workshops, seminars and performances.

Lobby is the first space you get to when entering the Learning Centre. Its interiors are Alvar Aalto’s legacy, but after renovation the space has been customized to serve as an exhibition venue.

In Finnish, Tori means a public square, a meeting place, or an open space. It hosts a learning hub, Visual Resources Centre, a café and a nine-meter media wall with eight screens. The media wall serves as a channel for Aalto Communications team, and as a space for media works exhibitions.

Foyer is a gallery space in the library's 2nd floor, that can be used to exhibit drawings, textiles, posters, as well as all kinds of course works. 


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