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TUNICRIS Guide: Artistic outputs

Artistic outputs

Some units at the university produce outputs that can be registered as the university's artistic activities.

The activity must be connected to your work at the university, in other words it is the result of your work at the university. Activities that take place during free time are not registered.

The Ministry of Education's instructions: Definitions of classes F and I in publication data collection (in Finnish only) .

Saving artistic outputs in TUNICRIS

  1. Log in to TUNICRIS
  2. Click Add new
  3. Select Research output > Create from template
  4. Select Artistic and non-textual form > (type of output, e.g. Architecture)
  5. Fill at least the mandatory fields (marked with )
  6. Click Save

Types of artistic outputs

  • Published independent work of art (F1)

An independent art publication that is not part of another work of art or does not contain elements that can be considered independent artistic publications. julkaisun asemaan asetettavia osia.

  • ​​Public partial realisation of a work of art (F2)

An art publication can have a close, inseparable relationship with a co-publication, but it can still be valued as a separate work as per field-specific practice (for example, the staging of a play, a painting in a co-exhibition, a chamber musician’s part in a concert, an actor’s performance).

The compilation work for a publication is also entered under this category, i.e. the selection of parts, defining general artistic policies and working on the partial publications with the authors to make them fit within the publication (for example, directing a dramatic work, artistic directing/production of concerts).

  • Artistic part of a non-artistic publication (F3)

An artistic part of a publication that is not primarily artistic but is valued as art within the art community (for example, the design of a product in the market, a demanding composition for an advertisement).