Island 2020

Uniarts Helsinki invites audiences to experience art in the midst of nature on the historic Kuninkaansaari island on August-September.

From a distance, people crossing a neck of land that connects Vallisaari and Kuninkaansaari islands.
Photo: Petri Summanen

Art on Kuninkaansaari island

Uniarts Helsinki’s Saari 2020 (“Island 2020”) programme includes cross-artistic, intimate performances, installations, workshops and discussions in August-September 2020.

Performances and events

Island of Relations

As part of the eponymous course, fine arts students and the Praxis Master’s Programme students have examined the various dialogical and intersecting ecosystems on the Kuninkaansaari island: biological, ideological, historical, and socio-economic. The result was the emergence of sensitive site-specific works; interventions, iterations, and installations, as well as events that gently respond to these ecosystems.

Kuninkaansaari location, accessibility and precautions regarding COVID-19

All works and events in the Saari 2020 programme are free of charge, but a ticket is required for the ferry. We follow the Finnish government’s COVID-19 guidelines regarding hygiene and audience group sizes in all our events and performances. Preregistration is required for performances and events to ensure small groups. The ferry operator also follows COVID-19 guidelines.