Thanks to 750 musicians, more than 100 free concerts enrich the programme of the Music Day on October 1! Of course, it’s not possible to experience everything. Here are, however, three options for spending one music-filled day!
Option A – Music Day in Tallinn
Start your Music Day at 11 a.m. at the market of the Baltic Station, where the Ellerhein Girls’ Choir will perform under the conduction of Ingrid Kõrvits.... Read more
This week we recommend a whole lot of interesting things. There is, for example a literature festival, that you can enjoy even if you do not speak Estonian, and the Tallinn Photomonth that doesn’t require for you to be from Tallinn or enjoy traditional kinds of photography.... Read more
Tallinn Photomonth started on Friday evening with the opening of the main exhibition at the Tallinn Art Hall and lucky for us, we got to ask a few questions from the organizers Kadri Laas(left in the photo) and Laura Toots(right in the photo) before everything went into action.
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The students of the Estonian Art Academy had some Pop-up cafes opened at the Tallinn old town, on the Nunne street and one of them got shot down a few hours ago, but here are some pictures of what was. We are sure this is not the last of the quirky architectonic formations by the young architects at hand, so let’s keep our eyes open.... Read more
Tallinn Music Week can also be enjoyed by those, who do not wish to visit evening concerts, as TMW programme appreciably also includes the City Stage programme, which offers lots of entertainment for free. We have highlighted some venues, where the festival is easily experienced.... Read more
Last week, the foundation Teeme Ära held the Clean World Conference 2017 in Tallinn to prepare for the worldwide cleanup day. On September 8, 2018, a total of 380 million people is expected to come together to collect waste. Whether the objective will be fulfilled, only time can tell, but Estonia’s reputation will certainly benefit from the initiative.... Read more
Estonian Architecture museum had a photography competition last year and now the verdicts are in. The best photos are shown at the Estonian architecture museum and here is a little gallery of yesterday´s exhibition opening.... Read more
A freshly opened exhibition at the Tartu Art Museum ponders over the question of who creates the city. It consists of contemporary visual and textual works representing the notable locations of Tartu and shaping the face of the town. ... Read more
Yet again, the first-year students of the architecture department of the Estonian Academy of Arts have built a new wooden shelter to Harju green area and this time it is called Siluett.... Read more
During the Maritime Culture Year of 2016 Linnalabor together with landowners created beta-promenade from Kalasadam to Noblessner quarter. Beta-promenade is a simple footpath along the seaside, created by removing fences, opening up gates and fortifying the shore. The initiative was one of the 20 winning entries to the idea contest of the Maritime Culture Year.... Read more