Future, hope, wood and music. The Music from wood concert series invites the audience on an image voyage to wood architecture. In the summer of 2022, the concert series continues with three performances by Tölöläb in the Alusta pavilion in the courtyard between the Museum of Finnish Architecture and the Design Museum. Join us!
Sunday, 12 June 2022, 3 p.m.–5 p.m. (Helsinki Day 2022)
Sunday, 21 August 2022, 3 p.m.–5 p.m.
Sunday, 28 August 2022, 3 p.m.–5 p.m.
Tölöläb is an electronic music band from Helsinki, founded in 2014, known for an open-minded approach to all music. Tölöläb has invited its audience to all kinds of performance venues from trams to sandbanks and rock caves. The band has seen it important to invite musicians from a variety of different genres and other artists to join them.
MUSIC FROM WOOD CONCERT SERIES
Music from wood is a five-part series of participatory music performances, providing tree-related experiences. The series is realised in co-operation between the Museum of Finnish Architecture and the Ministry of the Environment as part of the Hope from wood exhibition programme. The Museum of Finnish Architecture’s main exhibit Hope from wood looks at wood architecture from the perspective of hope. The exhibit was on display in the Museum of Finnish Architecture from 10 September 2021 until 10 April 2022.
The concerts are organised around the pavilion in the courtyard of the Museum of Finnish Architecture and the Design Museum. Seating is limited and located around the area. So please arrive in time and reserve a seat you like!
ACCESSIBILITY AND HEALTH SAFETY
The concerts are arranged in Finnish and are not interpreted or print interpreted. The Alusta pavilion is located in the joint courtyard of the Museum of Finnish Architecture and the Design Museum, which is public city space. The pavilion is not a single uninterrupted space, but consists of several different spaces and structures. The structure does not have traditional walls or roof. The pavilion is built mostly from clay and wood as well as various plants meant to also attract insects into the pavilion. The pavilion is built on an uneven cobblestone surface.
There are three entrances to the pavilion structure, with widths ranging from 113 to 134 centimetres. The entrances lead to the centre of the pavilion structure, where there is ample space for turning. There are a few narrower routes and a recess inside the structure, where the width is between 80 and 131 cm. The pavilion structures can be used as seats or places for your belongings. There are no regular seats or tables in the pavilion. The closest accessible and gender-neutral public WC is located in the Museum of Finnish Architecture.
Read more about accessibility at the Museum of Finnish Architecture
Read more about accessibility at the Design Museum
The Museum of Finnish Architecture’s principles for a safer space
Jemina Lindholm Manager of Learning and Public Programmes Museum of Finnish Architecture
+358 45 7731 0476
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