foundation

Signe and Ane Gyllenberg foundation is one of the leading and acknowledged contributors to psychosomatic and anthroposophical medicine and related scientific research as well as blood research in Finland.

museum

The Gyllenberg Art Museum is one of the finest private museums in Finland. Owned by the Signe and Ane Gyllenberg foundation, it is housed in their former home on the island of Kuusisaari in Western Helsinki.

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29.4.2014

The popular exhibition ”Gems from the Wulff Collection” is continued until 25th June 2014! Villa Gyllenberg is open as usualRead more

11.3.2014

The Exhibition “Gems from the Wulff collection” at Villa Gyllenberg from 5th March to 25th June 2014

The entry ticket includes guided tours in Finnish on Wednesdays at 5pm and Sundays at 1pm and in Swedish on Wednesdays at 6pm and Sundays at 2pm.

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8.1.2014

We will continue our series- presentation of grant recipients with music therapist Pia Teckenberg-Jansson.

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Grants

The Signe and Ane Gyllenberg Foundation grants €1,746,800 for research in 2014–2015.

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Presentation of grant recipients

We will continue our series- presentation of grant recipients with Professor of internal medicine Luciano Bernardi.

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The Exhibition “Gems from the Wulff collection” at Villa Gyllenberg from 5 March to 25th June 2014

The Exhibition “Gems from the Wulff collection” at Villa Gyllenberg from 5 March to 25th June 2014

For the the first time these exceptionally fine collections of two friends, Einar Wulff and Ane Gyllenberg, are on display under the same roof.

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Kai Kartio

As from January 1st 2014 M.Phil, museum director Kai Kartio is a member of the board of the Signe and Ane Gyllenberg foundation and the board of the Villa Gyllenberg Art Museum.

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