Mia Waire (b. 1962) is finnish artist who working in Helsinki, Environment and Community Art, Object-, Space-, Video- and Sound- Installation. Artist-specific working method is to combine objects which differs from the original purpose of the objects. The material can be a recycling or from a flea market. It can also be a concrete or a ceramic, such as the work of art "MOSAIC SNACES" who got a seat on Helsinki, Vuosaari, in Finland, where the specialty is winter and frost.
She studied in Finland at the Art School MAA in 1988-9, and later in the private lesson of finnish sculptor Mauno Hartman 1990-1, finnish painter Seppo Lampiranta's private lessons in 1990-2000 in different lengths. Drawing class of the Free Art School in 2009-13. Independent study trips in Spain between 1984 and 1995 in different lengths, in Madrid she has been a private student of the painter Quillermo Delgado. Degree she has graduated Environmental design and constructionin in Vantaa Vocational collage Varia. Public works "Mosaic Snakes" year 2000 in Vuosaari, Helsinki, Finland. Exhibitions and performances have been at Finland and abroad since -89.
PAND Artist for peace association treasurer 2008-9, PAND Artist for peace association president 2004-6, PAND Artist for peace association vice president 2004.
Waire is the chairman of the Arteground association and has been the founder of the association since 2016, Arteground Artist Group founding member since 2009. The event ARTEGROUND ART FESTIVAL is an international initiative offering a framework for the artists for cross-border encounters, collaboration and networking. The initiative ARTEGROUND ART FESTIVAL is artist based and artist driven, and it has arisen from the need to work together and share and exchange experiences on the professional field or arts, and to be part of the international dialogue.
ARTEGROUND is an artist driven project, which aims to promote Finnish comtemporary art and artist in the international field. It also make possible cultural cooperation between hosting countries. Since 2010, ARTEGROUND has produced exhibitions in Estonia, Germany, Sweden and Latvia.