The exhibition displays large-scale reproductions of Tallinn's defence wall, towers and gates that have not survived (Nunne, Viru, Väike Rannavärav, Duvel and Luhrenburg Towers etc).
Värska small borough
Displaying works by Fenno-Ugric artists inspired by Estonian natural sacred sites as well as sacred buildings - monasteries, churches, chapels.
Shadow Theatre exhibition Hidden Side is open for all visitors from 31st October 2014 to 7th June 2015.
Peedu Kass Momentum.
The small and big ceramic artists from Athena Art School wll present clay masks shaped by human hand, fire and water.
Opens on January 21 at 4 pm at Kondas Centre.
Artistic director Andres Mustonen.
An educational game for children created by Tallinn Central Library where they have to guess the names of children's authors.
Hundred years of textile.
Parents and their 2-6 year-olds are welcome at the song and game practice - together we will learn singing, games and dancing.
Kolga small borough
Exhibition by Kolga Museum about the people who emigrated to Crimea, Abkhazia, Zimititsy and Kabböle in 1862, 1884 and 1906.
11 000 years through games. Estonians have lived in their dwellings for a long time - since the end of the ice age until the present times.
In one week's time on Monday the 27th October, the first concert of "Participation concerts" will take place.
24. jaanuarist 1. veebruarini 2015 saab külastada Tallinna Botaanikaaia selle aasta esimest näitust "Käbid ja puidud".
The exhibition is part of AHHAA Science Centre's bigger project introducing the Baltic Sea and healthy eating. Come to Narva to learn how environment influences the cleanliness and natural balance of the sea.
Displaying antique collectibles assembled by the Hungarian folklorist, historian, translator and poet Aladár Bán from Estonia's bigger islands. Today the collection makes up a part of the Hungarian Ethnography Museum's Aladár Bán collection.
In today's world the viability of small communities and nations depends on their ability to make themselves visible globally.
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.
Orchid exhibitions at Tartu Nature Centre: painting exhibition "Wonders of Winter Gardens" and photography exhibition "Orchids of the Mediterranean".
Tõnis Käo, originally from Estonia, is an industrial designer who has had a successful career in the competitive design scene in Germany.
Leisi small borough
The exhibition is organised at the backdrop of promoting communal and village life with the aim of encouraging cultural life and create new contacts.
The folk heritage collecting trip took place in 2010-2014 in Seto Land and neighbouring areas - Mikitamäe, Värska, Räpina and Orava Parishes.
A display of 17 works of art from Saaremaa Museum art collection. The artists are both renowned professionals as well as hobby painters.
An exhibition of colourful and quaint custom-made teddy bears made by the artist Larissa Koh.
Alide Zvorovski graduated from Estonian Art Academy in 2007 (BA in painting). The exhibition is a follow up to the exhibition "Applause", which was presented in various places and collectives.
The exhibition displays Rein Veskus's wood sculptures and Marge Salumäe's tapestries.
The Estonian Art Academy was the first universities founded in Tallinn. The exhibition, curated by Mart Kalm, displays the academy's extensive student works' fund, supplemented by works from Estonian museums and authors.
“Yellow Summer”, the exhibition of the works of Malle Leis, is the greatest event of this year at the Tartu Art Museum.
Tartu Art Museum's Art Office presents Malle Leis' exhibition "Võrumaa. The Story of a Sheet". Her comprehensive exhibition "Yellow Summer" is also open.
Opens on 14.01. at 4 pm. The first exhibition dedicated to Estonian harmoniums.
"Glengarry Glen Ross" is a 1992 American drama, adapted by David Marmet from his 1984 Pulitzer Prize- and Tony-winning play of the same name, and directed by James Foley.
The theme of XXIII Viljandi Folk Music Festival is FREEDOM
A puppet show for adults.
Sõru Jazz - a meeting with friends surrounded by beautiful sandy dunes and junipers and of course good music!
Two good friends Kulno Malva and Tõnis Kirsipu will be releasing their first album "Hingerännakud", going around Estonia presenting it. Appearing at the concert will also be longtime collaborators from Estonia and elsewhere.
A week-long festival promoting dance as a multifaceted cultural field. The festival's highlight is the celebration of the International Dance Day on 29.04.
On March 21 Estonian National Opera celebrates the 95th anniversary of Georg Ots – the most famous and admired Estonian singer.
"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.
Cast: ANTI KOBIN, MART MÜÜRISEPP, ANDRES ROOSILEHT, RIHO ROSBERG, KAISA SELDE, KATARIINA TAMM, TIINA TÕNIS, TAAVI TÕNISSON
Films by Fenno-Ugric filmmakers. Screenings and concerts from Estonia and other Fenno-Ugric regions.
Printmaking IN is an annual International printmaking festival in Estonia since 1998. Organizational and legal body for Nordic Tracks 2013/2014 and a connecting platform with American, Asian and European printmaking networks.
World people's dance culture concerts and parties, music contest on Teppo type accordions, workshops, a big street dancing event, evening songs in Tamula Beach, night film screenings, art and handicraft fair.
Jõhvi International Ballet Festival was founded in 2006 and it is the only ballet festival in Estonia so far.
Featuring a fair, lots of exciting performances, trips to boats, concerts and shows, a red herring cooking contest, beach volleyball and football, attractions and contests for children, a dance night.
"There will always be a sunshine": Concert program of the repertoire of the late Estonian legendary singer Jaak Joala.
The first international Matsalu Nature Film Festival took place in Lihula in Western Estonia in October 2003. Because of Festival’s growing popularity Haapsalu, the Capital of West Estonia, has become another festival city from 2008.
Little seaside villages in Southern Pärnu County lit up in the summer at the time of the Kabli Sunset Festival.
Kilometre of Sculpture (KoS) is an international outdoor art exhibition held every year in the public space of a regional city in Estonia. In 2015 it will be held in Võru, a city in southeastern Estonia.
In February and March 2015 contemporary dance series Tantsutuur (Dance Tour) will celebrate Republic of Estonia’s 97th anniversary with chamber choir Head ööd, vend, bringing to stage the dance and music show “Estonian Images”.
Let us light bonfires together along the coastline of the Baltic Sea on the last Saturday of August!
The song festival celebrates the 115th anniversary of the first Pärnu song festival. Artistic director and initiator Toomas Voll, director Kaili Viidas, texts by Helle Kirsi and artist Piret Bergmann (Pusa).
Võsu Glämm is a unique event in the world - a one-film film festival! Although the three days feature screenings of several internationally acclaimed films, the contest programme only includes one.
The Tartu Early Music Festival has been held every year since 1996. Since the very first festival it has been associated with the cultures of the Orient.
The selection of music featured at the Golden Classics concerts is dignified, professional and time-tested.
International folklore festival attended by Estonian collectives and visitors from abroad. Concerts in venues all over Rapla County, a handicraft fair, festival clubs as well as a concert and party in Märjamaa Song Ground.
Lihula Flower Pattern Festival promotes traditional Lihula flower pattern. Exhibition of flower patterned items, a seminar, embroidery workshop and embroidery contest.
Rüüt is an ensemble in which different worlds of an actress, jazz-musician and two melodeon players meet and become combined into one.
European Hanseatic cities will convene to their annual festivity in Viljandi. Over 80 representations from all over Europe will attend.
Authentic Estonian handicraft, introduction to different Estonian guilds. A handicraft market is open + concerts and a cultural programme.
A unique and traditional all-Estonian dance event bringing together folk dance collectives from different counties.
Eeva Talsi and Mari Jürjens have been friends since childnhood - they used to sing, play the violin and grow up together.
Appearing: Tallinn Music High School youth choir (conductor Ingrid Kõrvits), Tallinn Music High School chamber choir (conductor Janne Fridolin) and Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir.
Best songs from Estonian variety, pop and rock music treasury + Estonian Eurovision Song Contest hits.
KÕU will take place in the beautiful Southeastern Estonia in Kikkaoja Village. It is a three-day festival featuring the best in electronic music and leading performers.
Also known as the song festival of wood people, Varbola Wood festival features professional and hobby artists from Estonia and abroad. Wood sculptures will emerge right under the spectators' eyes!
"Regiöö" focuses on the old cultural worldview of the people around the Baltic Sea and of the ancient Norse. The 2015 festival focuses on love.
Seto Folk brings together Seto traditional culture, folk and original music and its experts and beautiful Värska nature.
Eesti Kontsert, in partnership with Change Performing Arts, a production company from Milan, have staged Adam's Passion, a composition of the Estonian composer Arvo Pärt and American stage director Robert Vilson, in Noblessner Foundry in Tallinn.
Autumn, mushrooms and environmental education - this is what the Mushroom Festival is all about in Tihemetsa.