We know it is sometimes difficult to come up with things to do with the smallest and sometimes older members of the family. Annantalo wants to give everyone the chance to experience the wondrous world of art and give you ideas on how to encounter art at home in your everyday lives.
The Virtual Annantalo provides families with tips on how to experience art at home during this highly unusual situation. At the Virtual Annantalo you can see exhibitions and performances online from Annantalo (#discoverannantalo #löydetäänannantalo), as well as take part in workshops and get ideas to support arts education at home (#tehdääntaidejuttuja #makingartstuff).
The Virtual Annantalo goes live on 23.3.2020 on Annantalo’s social media profiles Youtube, Facebook and Instagram and more content will become available through time. In addition to our social media channels, you can download educational materials on the Annantalo website. Open this site Events, too.
We would love to hear your feedback about the Virtual Annantalo. You can send feedback through our social media channels or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
#discoverannantalo showcases exhibitions and performances that Annantalo produces for everyone to enjoy. This includes exhibitions, performances and projects.
Come and take a peek, to see what’s happening on the Annantalo YouTube Channel.
Have you started using the Annantalo Facebook page?
#makingartstuff is Annantalo’s virtual learning environment, where everyone can enjoy different kinds of art workshops led be real artists from different disciplines. Arts education at Annantalo is varied and multidisciplinary. This is also reflected in our workshops that range from painting to dance. Annantalo welcomes everyone to come and Make Art Stuff with us. Our aim is to encourage and guide children, young people and families in making and experiencing art.
Easy guides (in Finnish) to guide adults and children to create art together at home. The guide includes helpful tips on materials, tools and even city exploring.
You can also find all kinds of fun stuff on Annantalo’s Instagram, including videos and images. Come and visit!
In our virtual learning environment workshops aimed for very young children can be found with the hashtag #artclinic
Iiik, strange little critters are now invading Annantalo at the beginning of the animation until a fox takes the entire house away. Open the link!
Watch and see what our Art Clinic teacher Anne thinks. You can find other Art Clinic videos (in Finnish) on YouTube.
Helsinki-kanava has also many ideas for your family to do. And more is coming all the time.
Annantalo, located in the centre of Helsinki, is dedicated to art education and children’s culture – Performances, exhibitions and events for children, young people and families together with a versatile course selection.
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