Juminkeko is the information centre dedicated to the Kalevala and the Karelian culture.
Spring exhibition at JuminkekoJuminkeko
8.3.-5.6.2021 Riikka Palonen's exhibition at Juminkeko
Summer exhibition at JuminkekoJuminkeko
11.6.-1.10.2021 Exhibition of the Persian artist and translator Mercedeh Mohseni.
10.10.-23.12.2021 Sisko Pajari's exhibition at Juminkeko
The video tells about Haikola village, one of the best preserved in all the Karelia of the White Sea. Haikola was also the birthplace of the Karelian writer Ortjo Stepanov. Length: 13:36 min
VIDEO: Kalevala narrativesJuminkeko
The contents of the Kalevala in less than half an hour. Length: 25:00 min
VIDEO: Kuhmo and the KarelianismJuminkeko
This video explores the relationship between Kuhmo and the phenomenon of Karelianism. The famous karelianist Akseli Gallen Kallela started his journey to Karelia from Kuhmo, where he painted his Aino Myth triptych. Length: 17:30 min
VIDEO: Stories told from KajaaniJuminkeko
This video tells about the 20 years Lönnrot spent in Kajaani. Length: 19 min
VIDEO: The birth of the KalevalaJuminkeko
This short movie explains how the Kalevala was born and points out the significant contribution of the runosong villages of the Karelia of the White Sea in this process. Length: 15:27 min
VIDEO: The culture of the Karelia of the White SeaJuminkeko
This short movie tells extensively about the Karelia of the White Sea and its culture. Length: 15:28 min
VIDEO: The runosong tradition of VienaJuminkeko
The short movie tells about the tradition of the runosongs of the Karelia of the White Sea. Length: 16:15 min
VIDEO: The Viena Karelian villages in FinlandJuminkeko
The video shows the villages of Rimpi, Hietajärvi and Kuivajärvi, which influenced significantly the birth of the Finnish cultural identity. Length: 11:40
Winter exhibition at JuminkekoJuminkeko
6.1.-5.3.2021 Kalevala-themed installation by Urho Kähkönen.