In the archives, you will find information about earlier events, exhibitions, projects and other activities at KulttuuriKauppila Art Centre.
Welcome to American Literature Evening to the Ii library on 26.9. at 5-6 pm!
Cheryl J.Fish from New York at KulttuuriKauppila's residency on September 2018!
Welcome to Lähde! party in Suvantola Ii on Friday the 14th September at 12.30-13.30!
KulttuuriKauppila's residency artist Brenda Petays' exhibition based on her own Finnish background.
Visual artist Brenda Petays from Canada at the KulttuuriKauppila's residency in August!
Welcome to KulttuuriKauppila's residency artist María Platero's Artist walk and picnic!
Artists for the KK AiR residency program 2019 are chosen!
Photographer María Platero from Madrid, Spain is the Artist-In-Residence of July 2018 at the KulttuuriKauppila!
KulttuuriKauppila welcomes to the residency THE KOKRA FAMILY, an artist’s collective by marjolijn kok and line Kramer from The Netherlands!
Jetta Huttunen and Kaisa Silvo are the new members of the AIB2018 production team.
The exhibition Iijoki-suhteet [Iijoki relations] at KulttuuriKauppila Art Centre presents a sound and video installation. The concert Pintajännitys is a live performance electro-acoustic sound piece at Nättepori Ii.
KulttuuriKauppila Art Centre provides two residency programs in Northern Finland for artist, curators and art researchers! Whether you want peace and quiet or social interaction - apply by 5.5.18!
KulttuuriKauppila welcomes the residency artists of April/May Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen and Malte Steiner!
The exhibition ”States of Winter” at Kulttuuri Kauppila Art Centre presents works from the project ”Whiteout”, developed in KKAir, Artist in Residency in Ii, Finland and other nordic countries.
KulttuuriKauppila welcomes the residency artist of March Maja Ingerslev!
The KulttuuriKauppila’s residency artist of March Sam Irwin presents his Limited2 -performance at Ii library on 27th February at 5-6 pm.
KulttuuriKauppila welcomes the residency artist of February Sam Irwin.
Our environmental park has got a new light art installation from the visual artist Kari Alonen.
Phone / Photo / Poem is an interdisciplinary reading. The shifting relationships between image, language, and intimacy in our digital lives will be played with and put up on a screen.