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.
Shadow Theatre exhibition Hidden Side is open for all visitors from 31st October 2014 to 7th June 2015.
Exhibition about man's encounter with the sea and the sea's encounter with the contents of our wardrobes.
From december 20 to 26 in Võru, Viljandi, Haapsalu, Türi, Tallinn, Pärnu, Valga and Tartu.
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.
A selection of the artist's works from different creative periods.
Kolga small borough
Exhibition by Kolga Museum about the people who emigrated to Crimea, Abkhazia, Zimititsy and Kabböle in 1862, 1884 and 1906.
WHAT WAS THE BALTIC WAY? A lot of people holding hands, naturally. Today everyone in Estonia knows that much.
The exhibition presents an overview of gardens situated by the railway, which runs through the city of Tartu, as well as railway gardens near Tartu through the spring, summer and autumn of 2013.
The trio has been performing together for more than 12 years. THey move swiftly between improvisation, choir and pop music.
Words & Works from a World Away is an exhibition of contemporary jewellery and objects by Australian and Estonian artists. A reflective exhibition of our own identity through other’s eyes.
An exhibition of colourful and quaint custom-made teddy bears made by the artist Larissa Koh.
Viimsi small borough
The exhibition comrises tapestries (over 30), sketches, pattern animals etc.
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.
Appearing: Koržets, Sibul & Krigul.
Ulla Krigul and Virgo Veldi will join forces to perform less known works by Dz. Kurme-Gedroica, D. Bedard, H-A. Stamm, Ü. Krigul and F. Schmitt.
One of Estonia's leading choirs Collegium Musicale will give a Christmas concert on 27.12 at 6 pm at Haapsalu Dome Church. This is the choir's only Christmas concert this year.
The exhibition is a collaboration between Austria and Estonia.
In today's world the viability of small communities and nations depends on their ability to make themselves visible globally.
Kristi Jõeste's exhibition is dedicated to traditional Estonian gloves, creating a brige between the past and tomorrow. The display includes 50 gloves and it has traveled to Viljandi from Tallinn, where it was set up in October.
A new creative home studio, created just for you. There is no age limit. Neither is there a requirement for experience!
An educational game for children created by Tallinn Central Library where they have to guess the names of children's authors.
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.
The exhibition displays the collection of Aladár Bán gathered in 1911 in the big islands in Estonia.
A selection of images by Hiiumaa women photographers Helene Fendt and Elisabeth Nurmik as well as their personal belongings and objects from Soviet era work environment.
Cast: ANTI KOBIN, MART MÜÜRISEPP, ANDRES ROOSILEHT, RIHO ROSBERG, KAISA SELDE, KATARIINA TAMM, TIINA TÕNIS, TAAVI TÕNISSON
"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.
During Põltsmaa Cafe Day anybody can open up a cafe serving their favourite foods!
A love story mainly aimed at 16 - 26 year-olds, but can be viewed by everyone young at heart.
"There will always be a sunshine": Concert program of the repertoire of the late Estonian legendary singer Jaak Joala.
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).
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.
The selection of music featured at the Golden Classics concerts is dignified, professional and time-tested.
In one week's time on Monday the 27th October, the first concert of "Participation concerts" will take place.
Seto Folk brings together Seto traditional culture, folk and original music and its experts and beautiful Värska nature.
PROGRAMME: "Christmas in Orthodox Sacred Music" PERFORMERS: Vocal ensemble ORTHODOX SINGERS, conducted by Valeri Petrov
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.
Jõhvi International Ballet Festival was founded in 2006 and it is the only ballet festival in Estonia so far.
Sõru Jazz - a meeting with friends surrounded by beautiful sandy dunes and junipers and of course good music!
The theatre group that last year brought to stage the show "Mõnikord on kõik nii selge" (Sometimes It's All So Clear) continues looking at similar issues in a new production.
Best songs from Estonian variety, pop and rock music treasury + Estonian Eurovision Song Contest hits.
Films by Fenno-Ugric filmmakers. Screenings and concerts from Estonia and other Fenno-Ugric regions.
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.
European Hanseatic cities will convene to their annual festivity in Viljandi. Over 80 representations from all over Europe will attend.
On March 21 Estonian National Opera celebrates the 95th anniversary of Georg Ots – the most famous and admired Estonian singer.
A unique and traditional all-Estonian dance event bringing together folk dance collectives from different counties.