Kasöörinkatu 3 lh 4,
From Thursday to Friday
from 12pm to 6pm
Saturday from 1pm to 4pm
The Center is closed
19.12.2020 – 13.1.2021.
Pasila Urban Art Center, opened in June 2019, is a place dedicated to urban art. There you can check out exhibitions related to urban art, that change approximately every 6 weeks. The exhibitions can be viewed during the opening hours of Pasila Urban Art Center, so from Thu to Fri from 12pm to 6pm and on Sat from 13pm to 4pm and during events. In the centre, you can also explore urban art themed literature
In Pasila Urban Art Center, you can also participate in art workshops. In our workshop room, we arrange both open and by order graffiti and street art workshops, where participants get to paint straight on walls. We also arrange, for example, movie nights and anything you can think of (if you have an idea about an event or activity, don’t hesitate to contact us!).
Art and events are not limited to the center itself, since it also functions as a hub for all the art projects that are organized in Pasila area. East-Pasila has, during the last few years, become a real street art district.
Pasila Urban Art Center is located at Kasöörinkatu 3 lh 4. Access to the gallery through the courtyard of the house. Opening hours Thu-Fri from 12pm to 6pm, Sat from 1pm to 4pm.
Pasila Urban Art Center is supported by Finnish Cultural Foundation and Kuluttajaosuustoiminnan säätiö.
CURRENTLY ON DISPLAY:
Timo Tyynismaa is a 43-year-old architect from Oulu, whose hobby has long been Fine Art and more recently street art, which he started to explore around five years ago.
Tyynismaa says that there is no common theme in his artworks, and he doesn’t want to explain his works to others. He makes artworks without planning and primarily based on intuition. He also doesn’t want to fabricate forced meanings nor statements, so the depth of his works varies a lot.
The techniques of the Tyynismaa vary from painting to reliefs. Pasila’s exhibition will also include a small tapestry.
Exhibition opening on Wednesday, November 18, at 6pm. The exhibition is open Thu-Fri 12pm – 6pm and Sat 1 to 4 pm.