EXHIBITIONS OF LUUPPI
Lights and shadows
SCIENCE CENTRE TIETOMAA | Without light, it would be dark. Without light, there would be no colours. If there was no light, we humans would not exist. There would be no life in the world. Thus, light is everywhere and it affects everything. Exhibition Lights and Shadows presents the phenomenon of light through natural laws, inventions, illusions, gestalt psychology and many more. And yet the exhibition covers only a small part of the luminous world of light!
NORTHERN OSTROBOTHNIA MUSEUM | The Northern Ostrobothnia Museum opens a historical playroom for children. In the playroom, children can experience what it felt like to be a child more than 100 years ago.
Earthflight 3D movie
SCIENCE CENTRE TIETOMAA | Earthflight is a totally immersive experience, taking the audience on an incredible flight across the world on the wings of birds. Revolutionary aerial techniques and state-of-the-art 3D cameras deliver the reality of flying right alongside birds as we join a variety of different species on their seasonal journeys.
Heads or tails
SCIENCE CENTRE TIETOMAA | Coincidence and probability are a part of our everyday lives. We talk about them, we wonder at them and we laugh about them. Exhibition dives deep into the world of coincidence and probability in a very practical way. Would your lucky lottery numbers have hit the jackpot? How strong are the passwords that you use daily? How hard is it to crack the safe code?
De Urbe Uloa
Paintings of Oulu
NORTHERN OSTROBOTHNIA MUSEUM | De Urbe Uloa – Paintings of Oulu showcases paintings from the collections of the Northern Ostrobothnia Museum. Most of the approximately 30 works have never been exhibited before.
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.
Dance! Movement in the Visual Arts 1880–2020
OULU MUSEUM OF ART I The exhibition showcases artworks with dance, dance-like motion and physicality from the late 19th century to the present day found in Finnish museum collections. Techniques, ideals and modes of expression change, but the motion lives on in us and in our time. Original exhibition concept by HAM Helsinki Art Museum.