Art Is Everywhere: the Workshop

Art Is Everywhere: the Workshop, 2006–

In everyday places, do we perceive beauty? Can we appreciate unexpected art?

This workshop aims to create an alternative guide to a city by highlighting objects, colors, shapes, and parts of the urban landscape that normally go unnoticed.

During the workshop, participants are invited to explore the city with new eyes, completing small assignments and documenting their findings with photographs.

The experience culminates in the creation of a collective map or guide that will stimulate future visitors and the participants themselves to visit and observe the city from an alternative, more curious point of view.


“A City Family, Helsinki 2015″ (left) “Space Innovation, Turku 2007″ (right)

To see the results, please visit: The Imagined Museum of Contemporary Art collects the best samples of found objects (colors, shapes, or anything else), from workshops and self-discovery.