5 Feb 2019
HIAP Open Studios / Spring 2019
HIAP Open Studios / Spring 2018. Photo: Sergio Urbina
HIAP Open Studios for Spring 2019 took place on Tuesday, 21 May from 5 to 9 PM at HIAP Project Space and Gallery Augusta.
HIAP Open Studios offers the opportunity to meet up with the HIAP residents and get a glimpse of the work that they have been developing during their residency. The event takes place towards the end of each three-month residency season, in late May, August, and November.
17:00 – 18:00 Mingling and viewing at the HIAP Project Space & Gallery Augusta
18:00 – 18:15 Welcome words at the HIAP Community Space
18:15 – 20:00 A guided tour with the residents and HIAP supporting curators Laura Toots and Marten Esko through the works on show at the HIAP Project Space & Gallery Augusta. The tour will start with a performative reading by Saara Hannula & Antti Salminen.
20:00 – 21:00 Mingling and viewing at the HIAP Project Space & Gallery Augusta
21:00 Closing time
Spring Season 2019 residents at HIAP
Jonathan Mayhew, Sangkyun Kim, Karoliina Hellberg, Marie-Andrée Godin, Caitlin Yardley, Antti Salminen & Saara Hannula, Andrey Bogush, Ivana Momčilović, Saddam Jumaily & Kholod Hawash, Martta Tuomaala, Tereza Jindrová, Clelia Coussonnet, and Dılşa Perinçek. Read more on the residents here
HIAP supporting curators for Spring Season 2019
Laura Toots, Project Manager / Curator
Marten Esko, Director / Curator
from EKKM – Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia
The works will be on show at the HIAP Project Space & Gallery Augusta still on Wednesday, May 22 through Friday, May 24. Opening hours: 11 AM – 4 PM.
How to get there
Please take the ferry at 4:40 PM from the Market Square (Kauppatori). You are very welcome to join us also later during the event!
Accessing the HIAP Project Space & Gallery Augusta by wheelchair is possible but we recommend to be accompanied by a person assisting because our entrance doors are not step-free. We are happy to help you plan your visit. Please contact HIAP for additional information! Read more on accessible route for visitors here