Dipoli, the main building of Aalto University is a stage for encounters and events for students, the university and its partners. The Dipoli Gallery is university's representational space.
Aalto galleries and exhibition venues
Galleries and exhibition venues at Aalto University are co-produced spaces for action, bringing together the knowledge, content, vision, and passion of different agents. They provide experiences built on ideas and concepts, rather than artefacts. These spaces are open for unexpected encounters and diversity of voices, and exhibition-making happens as a collaborative practice.
Aalto University mediates, facilitates, and supports different levels of spaces such as coordinated spaces and curated spaces. There are spaces that include pop-up exhibitions, laboratories for student work, galleries, conferences, and temporary public art. Some galleries spaces include curated programs, where educational events take place through open calls and by invitations.
Photo: Julia Weckman
Väre, Aalto University building for the School of Art, Design, and Architecture, offers a multitude of exhibition spaces for showcasing creative work.
Otakaari 14, Espoo
Exhibition space Aalto Studios Gallery is part of the Aalto Studios. It provides the Aalto University community with an exhibition space in Otakaari 7 for experimentation and reflection.