Saari Residence


Mynä-Mynä-Maa invites everyone to explore

Last year, the former residential care home in Mynämäki, scheduled for demolition, attracted more than 10,000 visitors, and now the hugely popular Mynä-Mynä-Maa will be open for the last time in summer 2023.

Mynä-Mynä-Maa is a community artwork project created in cooperation between Kone Foundation’s Saari Residence for artists and the Mynämäki municipality. The comprehensive multi-form work of art, created in the building, scheduled for demolition, by more than 250 creators, includes installations, murals, sculptures, as well as visual, textile, ceramic and literary art. Made almost exclusively from recycled materials, the entity of 72 works of art takes visitors on a journey in time and space around the world, from the time of dinosaurs to the year 2100.


Former Lizeliuskoti residential care home
Kuivelantie 10, 23100 Mynämäki

Mynä-Mynä-Maa will be open from 3 June to 13 August 2023 on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays between 12 noon and 6 p.m.

Please note! Last admissions half an hour before closing time.

Mynä-Mynä-Maa is free and open to all.

PLEASE NOTE! Mynä-Mynä-Maa is housed in a building that is scheduled for demolition due to indoor air quality problems. A prolonged stay on the premises may cause symptoms. Visitors arrive at their own risk. Children under 10 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.


Pia Bartsch, community artist at the Saari Residence.

Saari Residence

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