The Finnish Art Society gave 150 000 € as grants to 25 young artists, 6 000 € each. This year there were 258 applicants altogether.

1. Axel Antas (b. 1976 in Helsinki), London, UK; photography, video, drawing
2. Petri Eskelinen (b. 1975 in Rovaniemi), Helsinki; sculpture
3. Ilmari Gryta (b. 1979 in Poland), Helsinki; sculpture
4. Eija Hakkola (b. 1976 in Hauho), Helsinki; painting
5. Petra Kaminen Mosher (b. 1978 in the USA), Haukipudas; painting
6. Eemil Karila (b. 1978 in Rovaniemi), Helsinki; painting, sculpture, photography, installation, community art
7. Sami Korkiakoski (b. 1978 in Eskilstuna), Helsinki; painting
8. Tuomas Laitinen (b. 1976 in Riihimäki), Helsinki; installations
9. Laura Lilja (b. 1975 in Hanko), Pohjansaha/Pori; sculpture, environmental art
10. Sampo Malin (b. 1977 in Jyväskylä), Helsinki; sculpture
11. Minna Mäkelä (b. 1975 in Oulu), Helsinki; mixed media
12. Rauha Mäkilä (b. 1980 in Helsinki), Helsinki; painting
13. Kukka Paavilainen (b. 1976 in Helsinki), Helsinki; painting
14. Artist group Pink Twins (/ Vesa Vehviläinen b. 1974), Helsinki; video, sound, live performances
15. Anssi Pulkkinen (b. 1982 in Helsinki), Helsinki; video, sculpture
16. Vappu Rossi (b. 1976 in Joensuu), Helsinki; drawing, printmaking, media art
17. Taneli Rautiainen (b. 1983), Helsinki; sculpture, cartoon
18. Aurora Reinhard (b. 1975 in Helsinki), Helsinki; photography, video, objects
19. Iidu Tikkanen (b. 1983 in Jyväskylä), Tampere; painting
20. Atte Uotila (b. 1980 in Uusikaupunki), Lahti; sculpture
21. Ilona Valkonen (b. 1980 in Espoo), Helsinki; painting, installations
22. Miikka Vaskola (b. 1975), Helsinki; painting
23. Milja Viita (b. 1974 in Karjalohja), Karkkila; media art
24. Tuuli-Anna Viitanen (b. 1975 in Kangasala), Helsinki; painting
25. Hanna Westerberg (b. 1976 in Helsinki), Helsinki; drawing, printmaking