LUMIKITA, the community snow art event, will be organized on Sunday, February 25, 2024. A prep party will be held on the previous days, Friday & Saturday, February 23 & 24.

Everyone who wants to can take part in building the snow sculptures, castles, and a common large sledding hill. Lumikita includes a downhill race, snowmobile sleigh rides, ice sculptures, carousel sledding, sausage roasting and other fun things! Lumikita values community and making a free event for everyone!

Participating are: Haihatus Art Centre, Cafe Meijerinliiteri, Lumikissat, Joutsa parish, Restaurant Huttula, Joutsa municipality, and private individuals.

If you have a fun idea suitable for a snow event, please contact us so that we can try to incorporate it into the plan together!

Planning meeting: Wednesday, 24.1.2024 from 18-19 at Restaurant Huttula. Welcome!

For more information contact Mimosa Pale at, 04578373742 or Nina Kuikka at the Joutsa library 040 725 8056 /

LUMIKITA event on facebook

Wednesday, 24.1.2024 – planning meeting in Huttula restaurant from 18-19
Friday, 23.2.2024 – prep party from 10.00-15.00 (come when you can)
Saturday, 24.2.2024 – prep party from 10.00-15.00 (come when you can)
Sunday, 25.2. 2024 – Lumikita snow event from 10:00-13:00

KITA: Summer Exhibition 2023

KITA – House of Kinetic Art’s summer exhibition “Interventilaatio” is closed now. We thank all the wonderful guests and welcome you to visit our next exhibition in summer 2024!

The exhibition is an independent part of the summer exhibition “Beyond Everything” at the Haihatus Art Centre. KITA OPEN -multiartfest is the closing event of the exhibition on 26-27.8.2023.

The 2023 summer exhibition will focus on the alliance between kinetic art and immersiveness and mixes two inherently interactive and playful artistic mindsets. The exhibition includes performative sculptures and installations, sound artworks and multi-sensory experiential spaces that invite visitors to immerse themselves deeper into the floors of the building. The works are site-specific, inspired by the details of the KITA building and its surroundings, and this summer will even extend to the KITA’s waterfront. The movement-based works work with a variety of mechanics, materials, physical phenomena and analogue electrical devices. The exhibition is created by a cast of artists known from kinetic art and immersive theatre: Erik Alalooga, Artemisia Vulgaris collective, Johanna Latvala, Henna Matanuska, Panu Ollikainen, Essi Pitkänen, Jenni Sormunen, Antti Tolvi and KITA’s artistic director Tuomo Vuoteenoma.

KITA was opened to the public in 2022 when a residential building that had been deserted for decades was renovated into an exhibition space for kinetic art.The surprising dimensions of the gallery and its location on a spectacular waterfront plot at the corner of Nelostie and Joutsansalmi make KITA a special place to visit.

Instagram: @kitagalleria
KITA 17.6.-27.8.2023 / opening hours: wed-sun 11-18 / midsummer holiday 23.-25.6 closed
KITA OPEN -multiartfest 26.-27.8.2023
For information and interview requests: Tuomo Vuoteenoma +358 50 3693839,
Tickets: 10 € / 8 € / Haihatus joint ticket 20€ – KITA is a Museum Card (museokortti) destination.
Address: Tokerontie 11, 19650 Joutsa

INTERVENTILAATIO, a new kinetic art exhibition playfully twisting senses with immersive elements KITA 17.6 -27.8.2023 Artists: Panu OllikainenArtemisia Vulgaris -collective, Erik AlaloogaAntti TolviJohanna LatvalaEssi PitkänenJenni Sormunen and Tuomo Vuoteenoma. The Exhibition is curated by Tuomo Vuoteenoma.

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