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Kim Jotuni (1982)

Järvenpää, Finland

Education

Master of Fine Arts, Uniarts of Helsinki, Academy of Fine Arts  2018

– Bachelor of Fine Arts, Uniarts of Helsinki, Academy of Fine Arts, 2016

-Master of philosophy, University of Tampere 2011

– College of Orivesi, visual arts line 2011

– Decorative woodwork 2008

– Basic degree in woodworking, Hervanta 2001

– secondary school graduate

Artistic activity

– Ajassa-exhibition, Galleria Uudi Kipinä, Lahti 2019

– Loppu-exhibition (The End), Imatra 2019

– Maasta-exhibition (From Earth), Imatra 2018

– Zoo-exhibition, Imatra 2017

– Haltia The Finnish Nature Centre, Horizon, 2017

– MFA Degree Show of the Academy of Fine Arts (Kuvan Kevät), University of the Arts Helsinki 2017

– Wood/flesh exhibition, Imatra 2017

– Pieces exhibition, Järvenpää 2016

– Gersby, group exhibition, Helsinki 2015

– Sculpture and printmaking exhibition, Helsinki 2015

– Iron casting exhibition, Humala and krapula, Hyvinkää 2015

– We got beef – printmaking exhibition, Helsinki

Public works

– Birds, Kinnarin koulu, Järvenpää 2019 

– The Portrait of the President Sauli Niinistö of the Republic of Finland, together with 100 artists. The Collection of The Prime Ministers Office Finland. 2018

– Flow, Stone sculpture park, Lappeenranta (joint work withAkuliina Niemen)

 -Wall, Mäkelänkatu 60, Helsinki  

Symposium 

– Baltic stone symposium, Imatra 2015

– Iron casting symbosium, Latvia 2014

– Baltic stone symposium, Imatra 2014

– Baltic stone symposium, Imatra2013

Appearances in publications

Baltic stone symposium, The Saimaa University of Applied Sciences 2014 Baltic stone symposium, The Saimaa University of Applied Sciences 2013

Promoting natural materials, Turku University of Applied Sciences 2012

Competitions

contemporary wooden pauper – competition, 1 place

Grants and scholarships

Public Display Grant, Taike 2019

Aspa stipend, SKJL 2018

Friends of the Academy of Fine Arts – grant, 2017

The Anita Snellman Foundation – grant, 2017

Finnish Art society – The Young Artist Grant, 2017