In Co-operation with the Finnish Comics Society.
Markus Brummer-Korvenkontio is a passionate collector of children’s and young adult literature from different countries. This exhibition offers a selection of his unique collection.
The collections of the Slavonic Library provide an opportunity to study the early stages of Russian art history in detail. The exhibition focuses on research literature from the late 19th and early 20th centuries as well as the period of time that gave rise to the multidisciplinary study of church archaeology.
The exhibition activities at the National Library of Finland aim to increase awareness of the unique collections at our library. Exhibitions create new information content on our national cultural heritage. The topicality and the interest of the general public are taken into account in selecting the varied contents.
The exhibitions are planned and implemented in cooperation with researchers, cultural institutions and associations, universities and other scholarly communities. The aim is to provide scientifically competent research content in a popularised form. The exhibition materials are selected from the collections of the National Library of Finland.
All exhibitions are free.
Exhibitions are open during Library´s opening hours.
Groups of 5–25 people can reserve guided tours lasting one hour for the main exhibitions.
The National Library of Finland produces national and international travelling exhibitions of some of the library exhibitions, which it will lend to clients without a rental fee.
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