Tutkija kirjastossa. Kuvan on tehnyt Eeva Vanhanen.



The Observatory for Arts and Cultural Education, Finland collects, analyses and disseminates information on the practices and policies in the field of arts and cultural education in Finland.

Use the link below to access the list of literature maintained on the website of the Association of Finnish Children’s Cultural Centres that provides an overview of doctoral dissertations and post-doc research publications in the field of art education prepared in Finland. This list includes research publications starting from the beginning of the 2000s. The list includes publications with direct relevance to art education. The list will be updated as part of the operations of the Observatory for Arts and Cultural Education, Finland.

We are also happy to receive suggestions on publications that are currently missing from the list. You can contact us at observatorio@uniarts.fi.

ENO Yearbooks

The Finnish Observatory for Arts and Cultural Education is a member of the European Network of Observatories in the Field of Arts and Cultural Education (ENO).

The ENO yearbook series at Springer publisher gather, analyse, discuss and evaluate results of research on arts and cultural education produced in Europe. This book series brings together analyses and reflections regarding selected aspects of arts and cultural education in the 14 European countries that are represented in the ENO network, aiming to stimulate academic and public debate. Its first volume Arts and Cultural Education in a World of Diversity was published by Springer in 2019. The second volume Arts, Sustainability and Education deals with the relation between arts education and sustainable development and is published in 2021.


Read more about the network and where to purchase the yearbooks


ENO-vuosikirjan kansikuva, jossa toimittajien ja kirjan nimi.