MOUSEUM – Raunistula dollshouse club 10 years

Aboa Vetus
16.2.2021−2.1.2022

The Mouseum is a miniature museum for mice, made by the Raunistula dollhouse club as a jubilee exhibition. The over 4-meter-long work consists of seven separate parts. The Mouseum is full of surprising and charming details.

Raunistula dollhouse club is an active community of dollhouse enthusiasts. The adventures of the charming mice are regularly seen in the club's collaborations. They have delighted the residents of Turku with Christmas windows displays and various exhibitions already for years. The jubilee exhibition Mouseum brings together the imagination of the club members, their craftsmanship and the joy and flow of collaboration.

The exhibition is produced by: Katariina Betlehem, Pirja Karjalainen, Pirjo-Riitta Ketola, Pirkko Koivusalo, Riitta Kuortti, Eija Luoto, Ninna Mäkinen, Johanna Nieminen, Katja Oksa, Isto Saarinen, Titta Saarinen, Katri Suikki, Arja Tervakoski and Meri Virtanen.  

The creativity of the museum guests blossoms in the atelier. Detail from the Mouseum exhibition. Photo: Eija Luoto.
The front yard of the Mouseum. Detail from the Mouseum exhibition. Photo: Eija Luoto.
The museum’s workshop is a realm of the museum technician. Detail from the Mouseum exhibition. Photo: Eija Luoto.
The museum shop. Detail from the Mouseum exhibition. Photo: Eija Luoto.
During the courses in the atelier one can draw, carve and paint – even from live model. Detail from the Mouseum exhibition. Photo: Eija Luoto.