Playing in harmony - Andy Alvis , 18 vuotta, Seychellit.
Lasten ja nuorten taidekeskuksen arkisto.
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Foundation and it’s history
Foundation The Art Centre for Children and Young People is run by a foundation established and funded by the Ministry of Education and Culture and the City of Hyvinkää. The foundation was established in 1980. The member organisations of the foundation are Aalto University/School of Art and Design/Art Education, Hyvinkää Artists’ Association, University of Jyväskylä/ Department of Art and Culture Studies/Art Education, The Association for Art Teachers in Finland, The Central Union for Child Welfare, Media Education Center Metka, Nuoren Voiman Liitto, The Finnish Association of Art Schools for Children and Young People, Allianssi – the National Youth Council of…
The Art Centre for Children and Young People has a unique international collection of children’s and young people’s art, which is significant even by international standards. This collection provides excellent material to study the art of children and young people. The extensive collection can be studied from both artistic and cultural history viewpoints. The collection presents an excellent opportunity to conduct comparative studies, due to its wide geographic and age range. The art centre’s exhibition and workshop activities provide opportunities to study and experiment with various methods of art education, whether the target group is children, young people or adults.