Omatila 24.5.−1.9.2019
How does the climate and its changes affect nature, human life and the cultural environment?  A project aimed at secondary school-aged students examines the weather as a physical, cultural and historical phenomenon on the timeline past–present–future. The exhibition is based on workshops.
Ars Nova 14.6.−3.11.2019
The exhibition presents three works completed between 2017 and 2019 by the award-winning Turku-based artist. The most recent of these will be shown in public for the first time. The works are 8mm cine films that are interconnected by the themes of myth, time, memory and oblivion. The exhibition is displayed across three different spaces on the second floor of the museum.
Ars Nova 13.9.−3.11.2019
Nastja Säde Rönkkö focuses on interactivity, communication and community. She works on performance and media art, among other things. The exhibition realised in collaboration with Tampere Art Museum presents both earlier production by Rönkkö and recent works.  
Ars Nova 15.11.2019−2.2.2020
The exhibition in honour of the 95th anniversary of the Artists’ Association of Turku presents works by its members.
Takkahuone 15.11.2019−2.2.2020
DOCUMENT is a graphic novel installation resulting from collaboration between Hanneriina Moisseinen and dramaturge, playwright E. L. Karhu.  The installation, which will be on display for the first time, features sewn pictures alternating with textual elements that originate from Karhu's play.