Come and visit us in the Museum of Central Finland, Alvar Aallon katu 7. In this location, like in the National Museum in Helsinki, you can also visit the exhibition “Exploring the Ancient Near East”, with which we enter into a multi-leveled dialog. On Saturday 29.10, from 2-4 pm, MA Aino Haavisto will give a […]
Baytuna will be open to the public from Tuesday the 27th of September until Friday the 14th of October, in the Multicultural Center Gloria/Civic Activity Center Matara, located on Matarankatu 6 A 1, 40100 Jyväskylä. An opening event will take place on Tuesday 27th of September between 5 and 7 pm, to which you are […]
After a successful time in the National Museum and in Malmitalo, Baytuna now moves to its last location in Helsinki, the curatorial agency called “Publics”, located on Sturenkatu 37-41. Baytuna will be open between 1 and 6 pm, we are looking forward to seeing you there!
Saturday 03.09 at 11.30. Please register by sending a message to email@example.com
The workshop takes place on Thursday 11th of August from 6-8 pm, in Kutojantie 3, Espoo. Get to know cuneiform! Come and try one of the oldest writing systems in the world, cuneiform. Cuneiform, originating around 3000 BC in Mesopotamia, was widely used in the Near East for centuries. In this hands-on workshop, you can write […]
Friday the 5th of August from 4 to 6 pm at the National Museum of Finland, inside the Baytuna Pop-up exhibition, Ateljee, 2nd floor. Free admission. The workshop aims to advocate the Arabic language and literature to Arabic-speaking families and any family interested in learning! Our active listening session runs from 4.30 to 5.30 pm. Listeners, […]
We are glad to announce that Baytuna will be visiting the National Museum of Finland, Helsinki, from Tuesday 2nd of August to Sunday 7th of August 2022. Come and visit us in the bright and airy Ateljee space, on the 2nd floor. We are open to the public from 11 am to 6 pm every […]
Thursday 4th of August from 2 to 4 pm, National Museum of Finland, inside the Baytuna Pop-up exhibition, Ateljee, 2nd floor. Free admission. Travel back in time to experience ancient Mesopotamian mathematics! How did ancient Mesopotamians count? How did they write numbers? What does a 3000-year-old maths exercise look like and are you ready to tackle […]