The biggest science event in Estonia, introducing scientific work and newest achievements.
Throughout history rivers have demarcated borders and served as connecting routes. Narva River is the perfect example of the meeting and confrontation between Western and Eastern cultures.
Displaying Eugen Kask's paintings and drawings from 1945—1984. The works have been acquired from Estonian Art Academy, Estonian Literary Museum and several private collections.
A new creative home studio, created just for you. There is no age limit. Neither is there a requirement for experience!
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The exhibition is dedicated to the 85th anniversary of Lennart Meri (29 March 1929 – 14 March 2006).
A collaboration between Von Krahl Theatre and Russian Theatre.
The David Oistrakh festival in Sillamäe continues the tradition started years ago in Pärnu. It is the meeting point for Russian and Western European music and culture. There will be 10 concerts.
A night full of music, history and shining lights.
Displaying over 300 postcards from 2013-2014.
230 years are about to pass from the opening of the Stone Bridge. The Stone Bridge is considered the “lost symbol” of Tartu and is highlighted again and again.
From 10.09 to 10.10.2014 Rakvere Art Café displays drawings and paintings by Tartu Higher Art School students (year 1-3).
The new ideas of these exceptional decades required new sculptural forms and materials. The new aesthetic contrasted boldly with the fossilised canons of Soviet ideology, bringing innovative ideas and technological solutions to Estonian sculpture.
The festival promotes a sustainable way of life and respect for the traditions of indigenous peoples that are closely connected with nature.
In the summer and autumn of 1944, about 70,000 Estonians fled across the Baltic Sea to Finland, Sweden and Germany to escape the approaching Soviet forces.
Ruhnu Elegies at the Adamson-Eric Museum.
To be opened on September 11 at Lääne-Viru County Central Library. Displaying ink and pen drawings and handicraft jewellery of Tartu-based artist Siret Roots.
Abraham's Café mixes Jewish klezmer music and Arabic melodies and rhythms with folk and jazz sounds.
On August 23 it was 25 years since the peaceful protestation uniting three Baltic countries - The Baltic Way.
Mihkli Farm Museum houses an exhibition of works by the young artist Katrin Viil - 32 works, 9 of these viewable from both sides.
As of Friday, 30 May, a survey exhibition of works by Nikolai Triik, a great figure of Estonian Modernism, will be on view at the Kumu Art Museum.
On Monday, 12 May, an exhibition of works by the sculptor Mati Karmin, which was organised in collaboration between the Art Museum of Estonia and the Tallinn Airport, will open at the old terminal of the Tallinn Airport.
Estonian textile industry has a long and rich history, and an important role locally. The Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design has also actively done research on the subject in the recent years.
Estonia's leading music magazine rada7.ee moves out of its comfort zone in Tallinn and celebrates its long existence on Sept 20 with a concert at Padise Monastery.
A joint exhibition between AHHAA and Seaplane Harbour, “Sink or Sail?” brings 8 tonnes of water to the Exhibitions Hall of AHHAA and lets you explore the forces of nature by yourself.
You can surf in the Internet but you can also surf in the endless space of the mind.
Hiiumaa Museum Long House will open an exhibition featuring works by Hiiumaa ceramicists Natalia Kuhi, Kristi Kuurme amd Sulev Loopalu.
Golden Mask in Estonia is one of the most important cultural events of the year, uniting Estonian and Russian theatre audiences.
A long awaited for autumn course from Fotobrigaad! Ly Lestberg's and Rebeka Põldsam's photo camp held at the art centre near Lake Peipus - ambulARToorium.
The selection of music featured at the Golden Classics concerts is dignified, professional and time-tested.
On March 21 Estonian National Opera celebrates the 95th anniversary of Georg Ots – the most famous and admired Estonian singer.
Formed in 2004 by four Tallinn young men, Regatt rediscovered 1970s-1980s music.
Cafe Amigo is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a series of concerts featuring international stars.
“Pink Flamingos, Crazy Horses” is a spicy and playful dance performance by choregraphers Renate Keerd and Maria Ibarretxe.
Estonian Traditional Music Centre will hold a whole-family performance depicting Christmas traditions, folk music and shadow theatre.
Festival featuring the films of the internationally renowned animation filmmaker Priit Pärn, who was born in Tapa, Estonia.
Italy, the heart of antiquity and Christian cultural history, inspired artists for centuries. These paintings by 16th- to 19th-century Italian masters and their followers include idyllic scenes of antiquity and sublime religious compositions.
Cast: ANTI KOBIN, MART MÜÜRISEPP, ANDRES ROOSILEHT, RIHO ROSBERG, KAISA SELDE, KATARIINA TAMM, TIINA TÕNIS, TAAVI TÕNISSON
The Elderly Festival is the biggest festival in Estonia aimed at 60+ people. It attracts about 3000 elderly people from all over Estonia.
Appearing: Marilin Kongo – vocals, Eduard Akulin – trombone, Petteri Hasa – piano, Kaarel Liiv – contrabass and Toomas Rull – drums.
Kihnu Violin Festival is a tribute to the violinists of Kihnu and takes place annually on the first weekend of October.
Every two years in December Tallinn City Theatre holds a wintertime theatre festival featuring productions from all over the world.
There is a tree in the forest, home to two fairies who don't know each other exists. They have never met. One day this is about to change.
Everyone is welcome to the European-wide Researchers' Night - filled with energy, reality, science, stars, chemistry and illusions. Come and join in on the thrilling night of science!
"Can I Be Mozart?" was the most awaited for event of the Russian Theatre's jubilee season. One of the boldest and most exciting performances - an audiovisual feast for the eyes and the soul.
To support the progress of a popularising art form – guitar playing, musicians Ain Agan, Robert Jürjendal and Aleksei Saks decided to come together and to show the Estonian people different aspects and ways to play this diverse instrument.