We provide basic education in visual art to children and young people aged 5–20 who reside in Vantaa.
Our education progresses from level to level in accordance with the extensive syllabus of basic education in visual arts.
The studies are subject to a fee. We have five teaching locations throughout Vantaa.
Our teachers are visual arts teachers and professionals.
We also provide group education in Finnish one afternoon/evening per week. The groups include roughly 12–14 students, less in ea…rly education groups. The early and basic studies groups feature students from one or two age groups. The age range can be wider in advanced studies groups.
Students can continue their studies until the age of 21.
The annual lessons are divided across 34 weeks: 16 in the autumn term and 18 in the spring term.
Our education is divided across age groups as follows.
Early studies for ages 5–6 and ages 6−7.
Basic studies for ages 7−12. We also provide building and architecture groups at the basic studies level.
Basic studies workshops for ages 13–14.
Advanced workshops for ages 15−20.
The workshops offered vary slightly each year.
In addition, we organise short courses for young people and families with children at weekends. You can register for the courses regardless of your municipality of residence.
More information on studies, registration and prices is available on our website. https://kuvataidekoulu.vantaa.fi
The only accessible parking space is located outside further than 10 m from the entrance. The width of the parking space is at least 3.6 m.
The escort traffic endpoint is near the entrance (maximum distance 5 m).
The path to the entrance is uneven but illuminated.
The path includes at least four steps with handrails on one side.
The entrance is clearly distinguishable and illuminated. The entrance is sheltered.
There at least four steps at the entrance with handrails on one side.
The entrance doors are clearly distinguishable. There is sufficient space outside the door to move around in a wheelchair, for example. The door is heavy or otherwise difficult to open.
There are doorsteps over 2 cm tall in front of the entrance.
The draught lobby is cramped.
The building features three floors.
A lift with an automatic door is available and can fit a wheelchair. The floor buttons of the lift are not embossed for touch. The exit floor button is different to separate it from the others. (To be accessible, a lift must be 1.1 m wide and 1.4 m deep.)
There are doorsteps over 2 cm tall in the building.
The interior doors are clearly distinguishable.
The building features an accessible toilet on the same floor as the entrance.