Exhibitions of Luuppi

3.5.2019–31.8.2020
Future on a plate
SCIENCE CENTRE TIETOMAA | We eat to live, not the other way round. An interactive exhibition guides visitors through the plethora of information related to food: how to create a balanced diet, how meat gets to our shops, how long you have to run to burn calories from one chocolate bar and so on.
The Best of Times!
SCIENCE CENTRE TIETOMAA | Old Tietomaa favourites now making a glorious comeback in The Best of Times! include the ski jump simulator, the floorball shot, the labyrinth of traps, the throwing bag, the shooting range and the goalkeeper.
22.9.2018–24.5.2020
Kakaravaara – How our children used to live
NORTHERN OSTROBOTHNIA MUSEUM | There was a place on the edge of the town where working-class families with many children used to live. Their homes were shabby and their toys were self-made. The place was called Kakaravaara, "Hill of Children". The exhibition aimed for children peeks into everyday life in Oulu of old.
1.10.2019–31.3.2020
Mysteries of China
SCIENCE CENTRE TIETOMAA | Mysteries of China -3D-movie captures one of the great archaeological events of the modern age, telling the story of ancient China, the First Emperor, and the literal foundation of the China we know today.

2019 Upcoming exhibitions

15.2.–31.5.2020
Ellen Thesleff
Kiss of the Sun
OULU MUSEUM OF ART | Ellen Thesleff (1869–1954) lived for her art, and her art lives on as impressive and natural as it ever was.
29.2.–26.4.2020
The Displaced
The Archaeology of Refugees
OULU MUSEUM OF ART | The Displaced opens both universal and private perspectives to Finnish war refugees as well as the emigration and immigration movements of our time.
16.5.–20.9.2020
Destined for Creativity
ITE and Friends
OULU MUSEUM OF ART | The anniversary exhibition features works by both active and bygone folk artists from home and abroad as well as works from contemporary artists. Although the artworks are highly idiosyncratic and unique, they often share certain themes and stylistic traits.
17.6.–29.11.2020
Feelin’ Relaxed – Naïve Art from the Collections of Oulu Museum of Art
OULU MUSEUM OF ART | Feelin’ Relaxed is full of colourful and joyous paintings and sculptures. The exhibition consists of works donated by the Heinänen Art Foundation and the museum’s own acquisitions.
8.10.–3.1.2021
Inka Nieminen
OULU MUSEUM OF ART | The latest works by sculptor Inka Nieminen (1971–) are multisensory sculpted installations that incorporate sound, motion and different materials. The origins, properties and meanings of her materials form an important part of her work.