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Tatu Heinämäki 

b. 1994 in Hämeenlinna, Finland

Lives and works in Helsinki

tatu.heinamaki[at]gmail.com


STUDIES

2019- Aalto University School of Art, Design and Architecture.

2018 Berliner Technische Kunsthochschule - Photography

2015-2019 TAMK University of Applied Sciences - School of Art and Media, Degree Programme in Media and Arts, BCA

2003-2013 AIMO School of Visual Arts


EXHIBITIONS AND SCREENINGS

upcoming

2020 Galleria Uusi Kipinä, Lahti

2020 Galleria Rajatila, Tampere

past

2019 Finlayson Art Area 2019, Finlayson Art Area, Tampere

2019 Arabia Street Festival, Helsinki

2019 Blind Spot, Galleria Himmelblau, Tampere

2019 Elävän kirjallisuuden festivaali, Tampere

2019 In the very act, Galleria Katve 2, Rovaniemi

2018 Tavast Video Art, Kumppanuustalo, Hämeenlinna

2018 Felt for Tomorrow, The Craft Museum of Finland, Jyväskylä

2018 Nordic Culture Camp, Kulturmødet Mors, Nykøbing Mors

2018 Open House, UE Campus Berlin, Berlin

2018 25 Times, Reading Assembly, Tate Exchange Programme, Tate Modern, London

2017 Hiedanrannan puutarhajuhlat, Tampere

2017 Turmoil, Osaka University of Arts Gallery, Osaka

2017 Kohina - Häme Biennial for young artists, Galleria Arx, Hämeenlinna

2016 5Changes, Tampere-talo, Tampere

2016 TAMK International Week, Mediapolis, Tampere

2015 Näkymä environmental art festival, Ratamestarin talo, Akaa


WORK EXPERIENCE

2019 AIMO School of Visual Arts, part-time teacher in media art

2018-2019 AIMO School of Visual Arts, part-time teacher in photography

2017-2018 ARX Arts Centre, teacher in media art

2017- Kunstventures / Ikahu Media Art

2016- Crystal Eye - Kristallisilmä, production assistant

2014- Päivölän opisto, part-time teacher in photography, video and editing

2013-2017 AIMO School of Visual Arts, substitute teacher in photography and media art


MISC THINGS THAT I'VE DONE

2018-2019 Development of TAMK virtual reality art gallery

2018 "What's your story?" A community art workshop in Tate Modern at Tate Exchange, in collaboration with TAMK and University of Reading

2017-2018 Hitusen hämyä film festival, part of the festival's organizational team

2015-2016 Art workshops utilizing new media tools for children (eg. Hippalot Arts Festival for Children 2016)



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