The coronavirus situation in Jyväskylä is now more perilous as people in working age are being hospitalized
Jyväskylä is now (13 October 2021) in the acceleration phase of the coronavirus epidemic.
As the renovation project progresses in stages, building engineering technology will be overhauled, structures repaired and the premises rearranged
Before departing on your autumn holiday, you should be aware of any vaccination requirements that may apply to your destination. At present, it is particularly important to be informed of coronavirus vaccination matters.
Families travelling abroad should be aware of coronavirus regulations at the destination
Before a family embarks even on a short trip abroad, the parents should verify whether a child or youth travelling with the parents is required to present a certificate of COVID-19 vaccination at the destination.
World-famous acoustician Eckhard Kahle to help design the acoustics in Jyväskylä Sinfonia’s new concert hall
Jyväskylä Sinfonia is preparing to move to the Jyväskylä Paviljonki fair and event centre in 2023.
THU 23.9. – SAT 2.10. at 20.00–24.00
Help with concern about the situation in Afghanistan is available – discussion events continue on Wednesdays
Help is available with coping with the concern caused by the situation.
17 September 2021–9 January 2022
Yrjö Saarinen (1899–1958) was known as an efferscent expressionist and a daring colourist. He both charmed and irritated his audience and critics in the years 1930–1950. This exhibition presents Saarinen’s core work and sheds light on the artist’s signature use of colour.
Opportunities for cooperation between Poland and Jyväskylä – Ambassador of Poland H.E. Mr Piotr Rychlik visiting Jyväskylä 7 – 8 September
- Jyväskylä is known for its quality of life and high level of education.
The theme of the Triennale is Untold Artists’ Stories.
The corrections will apply to positive COVID-19 test results, as a positive result in Omakanta constitutes a certificate of immunity to COVID-19 v
“Are we ready to look at colour with fresh eyes?” asks the Sustainable Colour exhibition in Jyväskylä
The colour splendour of textiles is day-to-day norm and the presentation of personality for us, but what lies behind the colours?
Are we ready to look at colour with fresh eyes? Sustainable Colour dives into the secrets of textile dyeing.
Culture city Jyväskylä offers colour and joy to the autumn through the Sustainable Colour exhibition, which dives into the secrets of textile dyeing. Dyeing with natural dyes, dyeing trends, future and sustainable development, as well as various dyeing techniques and their ecology are discussed in the exhibition of the Craft Museum of Finland from 11 September to 5 December 2021.
On 16 August 2021, the City of Jyväskylä emergency conditions steering group discussed the Covid-19 situation and the impact of the new orders give
In the info meeting you will learn about voluntary work at Jyväskylä and help you to find the place which you are interested in.
On Wednesday 25 August and on 1 September from 17.00 to 19.00, the Gloria Multicultural Centre has an open group
Jyväskylä remains in the spreading phase of the COVID-19 epidemic – but infections are levelling off
Tracing has succeeded in determining the origin of infections in about 70 per cent of cases. However, the tracing effort is currently under a great
Jyväskylä is the capital of sport in Finland and the home for sporty students. We have sport facilities for multiple sports with easy access.
Altistuminen on tapahtunut tiistaina 3.8. ja karanteeni kestää 10 vuorokautta.