Registration and course practises
Annantalo art courses are intended for children and young people under the age of 19 living in Helsinki. Our course portfolio includes both short courses and art courses continued each year. With the help of the course search, you can view either long-term or short-term courses or search for courses on the basis of an art subject.
Each course will begin and continue only if the number of entries in the group is sufficient. Exceptions to the upper age limit for courses can be made on good grounds and with the consent of the Director.
Registration for longer courses that last the whole academic year takes place in the beginning of June. Registration for course places that may become available for the spring term and for new courses in the spring term starts as of December. Places may also become available during an academic year so it is recommended to register for the waiting list. You may enquire about places in short-term courses and other available course places from the Course Secretary all year round.
When registering for a course the student agrees to the following rules:
- Enjoy art!
In Annantalo Arts Centre, we are all friends and we respect each other and each other's work. No bullying is allowed. We all have the right to work in a peaceful atmosphere. Therefore, follow the teacher’s instructions. In Annantalo, you can devote yourself to your hobby.
- Commitment allowed!
Art course work is based on continuity, which makes commitment important. Lessons begin promptly, so please arrive on time. Remember to report any absences to your teacher or the course secretary: email@example.com.
- Take care!
Clean and correctly positioned equipment and clean facilities are a prerequisite for good work. Take care of all this for your part and contribute to the cleaning effort as instructed by your teacher. Report all potentially hazardous situations to the teacher, janitor or any other adult.
- Be seen!
Your work can be placed on display at Annantalo Arts Centre, for instance in exhibitions and events. This will be discussed in advance with the group’s teacher.
Each student is requested to provide a separate permission for photography and publishing when registering.
Permission for photography here or from the course secretary.
Art courses are also available to children and young people with special needs. The course secretary will help you find a suitable course: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note! Students may enrol in two courses per term.
The City of Helsinki does not have an insurance policy for children for the duration of classes.
For further information, please contact:
Course Secretary Kaisa Rihtniemi 09 310 37173, 040 1686234, email@example.com
Head Course Planner Eeva Mussaari 09 310 37175, 040 3341078, firstname.lastname@example.org