Kallio-Kuninkala (Järvenpää)

Our premises in Järvenpää on the shore of Lake Tuusulanjärvi are an inspiring work environment for both personnel and students.

Rakennus kasvien keskellä

Kallio-Kuninkala, also called “Kunkkula”, offers Uniarts Helsinki diverse facilities for teaching, research and project work, practice and events for the personnel. We also occasionally organise concerts and other public events in the Kallio-Kuninkala Leonora Hall.

Information on booking and using facilities for Uniarts Helsinki personnel and students is available on the Uniarts Helsinki intranet Artsi (requires login). Uniarts Helsinki personnel and students can find instructions for using Kallio-Kuninkala in Artsi

Kallio-Kuninkala facilities may also be rented to people outside Uniarts Helsinki. Information on this opportunity is available on the Kallio-Kuninkala website.

History of the Kallio-Kuninkala premises

Kallio-Kuninkala was first mentioned in history books in the 17th century. Since 1975, the premises have been managed by the Leonora and Yrjö Paloheimo Foundation, which aims to promote Finnish art education and support the growth of young artists by offering them facilities.

The activities of Kallio-Kuninkala are supported by Uniarts Helsinki, the Paloheimo Foundation and the City of Järvenpää.


Ristinummentie 6, 04400 Järvenpää, Finland


Current accessibility standards cannot be met in all the Kallio-Kuninkala buildings because they are protected by the Finnish Heritage Agency. Kallio-Kuninkala's own website provides more information about the buildings' accessibility.

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