The aim of the publication is to support the accessibility of these art collections as well as to inform Vantaa residents and a wider audience of the collection works. The publication is Artsi’s first online collection. You will find Artsi’s Finna pages online at bit.ly/finna_artsi.
Vantaa Art Museum Artsi’s public art collection is located all over Vantaa streets, parks, and public buildings. The works of art date from the 1960s to today. The collection consists of sculptures, murals, works of art integrated into buildings, as well as environmental and media artworks.
Vantaa Art Museum Artsi, located in Myyrmäki, administers the City of Vantaa’s art collection and curates traveling contemporary art exhibitions. Artsi specializes in domestic and international contemporary art, as well as in street, graffiti, and performance art.
Finna.fi is an online service, administered by the National Library of Finland, where museums, archives, and other cultural-heritage organizations can open their collections. Finna's aim is to promote accessibility of open information and learning through cultural and scientific material.
The Taidekokoelmat verkkoon (“art collections online”) agreement makes it possible for Artsi to publish its contemporary artworks subject to copyright on Finna. Opening of the collection was possible by the special grant awarded by the Ministry of Education and Culture.
Check out Artsi’s public art collection on Finna.