Kätketty Vuosaari

Klockriketeatern examines the district of Vuosaari in 2016-17 in its community art project Kätketty Vuosaari, the hidden Vuosaari.


In its workshops for teenagers, Klockriketeatern examines through sound, writing, movement and video not only the Vuosaari area, but also ways of conducting participatory community arts. 

Kätketty Vuosaari invites local teenagers to examine their neighbourhood by means of art. The art pieces created during the workshops are then located in the area of Vuosaari, first as live installations, and then as geocaches that encourage the public to visit Vuosaari on their own and experience it through local peoples perspective. 

Kätketty Vuosaari is part of Helsinki City Culture center's Helsinki Model -project, which brings art organizations to perform community arts in different districts. 

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#Psst Vuosaari

The organisations of the Helsinki Model -project that work in Vuosaari - Klockriketeatern, KOM-teatteri and the Finnish Museum of Photography - arrange events also together in the area as #Psst Vuosaari. Follow us on Facebook!




Past events:




Paljasta Vuosaaresi! Reveal Your Vuosaari!

- arts space


What would be the Vuosaari of your dreams? Or the most interesting detail of the Vuosaari district? If it would be a colour, which one would it be?

#Psst Vuosaari takes over the gallery of Vuotalo in February, where we collect stories, memories and pictures of the local residents creating a communal arts space and a pop-up living room for having a coffee together. During the winter holiday week workshops are arranged that gather the already collected material. Welcome to join us and to reveal Your Vuosaari! 

Location: Mosaiikkitori 2, Helsinki

Time: 6.-28.2.2017, open on weekdays 13-18.

Non-stop workshops: 21.-23.2., between 13-18. 



#Psst Vuosaari took part in August in a youth festival arranged in Vuosaari. In our own spot, we had Instax-photoshootings, a participatory sound installation and doors to tag greetings on. Check out timelapse video and the result of the sound installation here below.