for Schools

International on the job learning periods improves your students skills and motivation. Join us and get a chance to send your design, media and culture students and  professionals abroad to study or work or take part in ArtECult art exhibitions.

for Business

Do you want to be part of our network? By joining you will get the chance to receive excellent students for on the job learning periods, take part to international seminars and also visit to our European partners. Please read more.

for Students

For students ArtECult provides wide range of on the job learning places and contacts from all around Europe. There is also a possibility to join in our cultural art exhibitions with students very own artwork. Contact your schools administrator or international coordinator to find out more.

Latest news from ArtECult

Learn to blog

Going abroad? ArtECult wants you to blog your daily tasks, duties and other activites. Now you can find ArtECult’s instructional video (in Finnish) of how to use the blog environment. Video is firstly meant to students going abroad but as well to expertise. All blogs will find their place in Traveller’s blogs-section in this website. […]


Video available

“The co-operation with German students from Berufliches Schulzentrum Alois Senefelder has been a fine chance for the Communication and Marketing department of SATAEDU and Health & Care Center in Harjavalta. We got ideas outside our own organization and area for our photos and visual thinking. The photos taken by the trainees have been used in […]

ArtECult IV

ArtECult IV

We have just found out ArtECult’s lates application for ‘ArtECult IV’ has been approved by Cimo organization. Long live ArtECult!


Football Landscapes – Jalkapallon Jäljet

Mikko Auerniitty from Sataedu has kept himself busy. Here are some links referring to his latest book ” Football Landscapes – Jalkapallon Jäljet” co-written with Harri Heinonen. Further you can read an essay from Otso Kantokorpi from the book. Article in Kameralehti (in Finnish) PDF Article from Taide-lehti: Article from Vastapallo: Swedish book review:   In […]