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29.7.08 Gallery Norsu Presents Masters on the Road 15 August13 September 2008
The University of Art and Design Helsinki and nine Masters of Art of 2008 participate in an exhibition at Gallery Norsu from 15 August to 13 September 2008 in Helsinki. The Masters of Art works will form a varied artistic entity inside within the Gallery.

– Opening on Thu 14 August 2008 at 5 pm
 
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6.5. SPARKLING ENERGY AT THE MASTERS OF ARTS 2008 FESTIVAL
In one day's time, creative passion will be bubbling in Helsinki! The young talents of design, photography, film, media art and fine arts will reveal their bold visions in the annual degree show at the University of Art and Design Helsinki (TaiK), during 7–25 May 2008.



 
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Marjukka Takala
New Masters on Their Way!
Helsinki calling! The University of Art and Design Helsinki (TaiK) is proud to present the fourth Masters of Arts Festival (MoA08) in May 2008. MoA08 is the grand diploma work exhibition of the University and a festival of art, design and visual culture.


 
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6.6. MoA07 Festival drew 12000 admirers of visual culture to Media Centre Lume
A natural extension of the University of Art and Design Helsinki’s degree show, the Masters of Arts Festival has ended. The multi-faceted MoA07 Festival drew 12000 admirers of creativity and young visual culture to the festival exhibition in Media Centre Lume, the seminars and other events. Other activities took place around Helsinki as well, for instance, in the Saunabus and the premises of Stadia Helsinki Polytechnic in Arabianranta. A number of the diploma works featured at the festival are showcased in Masters on the Road exhibitions during the summer and the fall - students from Konstfack will be joining with their diploma works, too.
 
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8.5. Students created visual Look and exhibition archirecture for MoA Festival
The sea-themed visual look and wavy exhibition architecture for the Masters of Arts 2007 Festival has been developed as a collaboration between students.
 
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8.5. The Festival programme is unprecedentedly extensive
The multifaceted Masters of Arts 2007 Festival, or MoA07 for short, offers three action-packed festival weeks in Arabianranta, Helsinki. The event has grown from being the degree show of the University of Art and Design Helsinki into the culture festival of the spring – it includes the degree show which is still the heart of the MoA festival, an international seminar series and in addition the largest programme in MoA history, with a total of 85 eye-pleasing, ear-massaging and horizon-expanding events.

 
 
MoA exhibition is ocean of creativity
The Masters of Arts Festival has grown from being the degree show of the Masters of Arts of the University of Art and Design Helsinki into an urban event of young visual culture. The degree show is still the core of the festival and a source of inspiration ? it is the pulsating heart of the whole festival. Curated by Katja Lindroos, the MoA-07 degree show features nearly 80 Masters from the University with their diploma works. This year the diploma works focus on themes such as art, community and sociability in addition to the partnership between the Masters and business enterprises as well as the Masters' own entrepreneurship.








 
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Kuva: Sami Perttil
At the Masters of Arts Festival one plunges into the deep waters of creativity
In May, creative passion will be surging in Helsinki! The young talents of Finnish design, photography, film, media art and fine arts will bring their bold visions to their degree show at the University of Art and Design Helsinki, 9–27 May 2007. The degree show presents young Finnish visual culture with Alberto Alessi, Ernesto Neto and José Oubrerie starring in a series of international seminars.
 
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Sanna Peurakoski: Life vs Still Life
MoA 2007 works are selected!
All together diploma works from 76 graduates were selected to the Masters of Arts 2007 –exhibition. The number of exhibition works will increase in January 2007 as for example the Masters students who have been abroad for the autumn 2006 will meet the curator for the first time.
 
 
Creativity flows to the Masters of Arts 2007 festival
Masters of Arts Festival has grown into an event that is anticipated and a lot is expected from it – surprises, fresh outlooks, visions, compelling content, smiles and humor, questions and answers. MoA 2006 drew 12 000 visitors to Arabianranta, 5000 more than the year before.