Opening hours: Wed 12-17, Thu 12-19, Fri 12-17, Sat-Sun 12-16
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Microworlds Residency
The surrounding of Kilpisjärvi is host to many “microworlds” — relatively small places like rocks, small ponds, or streams that gather a relatively...
Loren Kronemyer: Becoming an Epoch Warrior
BECOMING AN EPOCH WARRIOR
Thursday, September 5, 2019, 17–19h
PUBLICS, Sturenkatu 37–41 4B Welcome to join us at PUBLICS for an intervention by...
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Bartaku: Leaky Light
Bartaku: Leaky Light
August 30–September 26, 2019
SOLU Space, Luotsikatu 13
WED12–17h |THU12–19h |FRI12–17h |SAT-SUN12–16h [Suomenkielinen teksti...
Imagining Godzilla: Logbook
Welcome to follow Imagining Godzilla,afloating art research platform sailingin the Baltic Sea inand around Helsinki between August 19-24, 2019....
Night of the Kimchi
NIGHT OF THE KIMCHI Thursday, August 15, 2019, 15-21h
SOLU Space, Luotsikatu 13 - - [Suomenkielinen teksti alla]

Come make kimchi* with us! It’s...
Artist Talk: Nigel Helyer
Welcome to join us for a talk by Nigel Helyer, Australian based sculptor and sound artist known for his large-scale sonic installations,...
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ongoing tranmissions
images of ongoing correspondance
Open Call for Proposals: Imagining Godzilla
A Floating Art Research Platform in the Baltic Sea
18-24 August, 2019

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Artist duo Andy Best & Merja Puustinen have been invited to a...

The Bioart Society hosts currently two regular residency programmes: Ars Bioarctica residency programme and biannual Field_Notes field camp. All the open calls can be found on this page.

The Bioart Society is the motor behind Ars Bioarctica, a long term art&science initiative with a focus on the Arctic environment which was started in autumn 2008 in Kilpisjärvi. The activities of Ars Bioarctica encompass the development and implementation of courses, workshops, lectures, conferences and seminars, exhibitions, an artists in residency programme, the establishment of national and international relations as well as the production of works, promotion of Finnish artists and publishing of related material.

Activities
About
The Bioart Society

Bioart Society is a Helsinki-based association developing, producing and facilitating activities around art and natural sciences with an emphasis on biology, ecology and life sciences. It runs SOLU Space, an artistic laboratory and platform for art, science and society in Katajanokka, Helsinki, and - together with the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station of the University of Helsinki - Ars Bioarctica, an art & science program with focus on the sub-arctic environment. Bioart Society was established in May 2008 and it has more than 110 members from Finland and other countries.

Contact
Office and postal address

Suomen Biotaiteen Seura ry / Finnish Bioart Society
Kaasutehtaankatu 1
FI-00540 Helsinki

info[at]bioartsociety[dot]fi