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Vuosaari House provides the people of Vuosaari and eastern Helsinki with a wide range of cultural events, changing exhibitions in the gallery, and art education activities intended for children, young people, day care centres and schools.
Our programme features films, matinees and a variety of concerts for both children and adults. Vuosaari House’s permanent programme includes Maanantaileffat (Monday films), Tiistaimatineat (Tuesday matinees), Flyygelikuu concerts and Maa ilmassa music clubs.
The City of Helsinki is responsible for the programme at Vuosaari House.
Vuosaari House was completed in early 2001. It was designed by Heikkinen-Komonen Architects, who won the architectural competition held in 1996 with their design “a la kyltyyri”.
The directors of Vuosaari House:Päivikki Voipaala 2001–2009Jyrki Tirronen 2010–2017Tuuli Tokkola 2017–
The highlights of Vuosaari House include the Orastus project, VuotaloFest and Satakielikuukausi.
Familiar, popular series of events set the pace for Vuosaari House’s operation: club evenings featuring world and pop music, and Flyygelikuu classical music concerts. link
Cinema Vuotalo shows newly released films screened using high-end digital technology. On Mondays, you can see art house films free of charge. Toddlers and schoolchildren have their own screenings. http://www.vuotalo.fi/en/films
Vuosaari House participates in the Helsinki Model project, which supports cultural work performed by art professionals involving local residents in Vuosaari and nearby areas. link
As a regular customer, you will get benefits and be among the first to hear news about Vuosaari House. Our newsletter will keep you posted on what’s happening and about special offers available for regular customers.
To become a regular customer, click the link below and fill in the form.You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram. Remember to follow us!The seasonal brochure of Vuosaari House can be picked up from several places around Helsinki.
Become a regular customer
The City of Helsinki Culture and Leisure Division operates a total of eight cultural centres: Annantalo, Caisa, Kanneltalo, Malmitalo, Maunula House, Stoa, Savoy Theatre and Vuosaari House. Cultural centres offer residents of Helsinki a variety of cultural services, such as concerts, theatre performances, exhibitions, children’s events and arts education. Espa Stage also offers outdoor concerts in the summertime. Events at cultural centres are organised in close collaboration with Helsinki’s arts and culture sector and the residents of Helsinki.
Services offered by the City of Helsinki Culture and Leisure Division also include sports, youth and library services, HAM Helsinki Art Museum, the City Museum and the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra.
City of Helsinki, Culture and Leisure
Vuotalo – a colourful cultural centre in a lush urban setting in Vuosaari. Concerts, clubs, theatre, children’s events and films for all ages.
Vuosaari House Mosaiikkitori 2 Vuosaari 00980 Helsinki P.O. Box 98402 00099 City of Helsinki firstname.lastname@example.org