"Märjamaa folk" brings a lot of people interested in song, dance and making music to Märjamaa, which is located between Tallinn and Pärnu.
They say that the little person's job is game, but the beauty of the game lies in the wisdom of the jester.
The exhibition "Time Out" is a small research about how people understand the concept of spare time. The so-called „free time” should be a time (a paid holiday), when people can do what they want.
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Hiiumaa Wind Music Festival is an international music event for all music and wind music lovers with orchestras from Estonia and neighboring countries.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first Estonian film, the National Archives of Estonia will hold a contest for creating a score for Johannes Pääsuke's film "Bear Hunt in Pärnu County" (11.59 in length).
Kukemuru Ambient Festival is held in Central Estonia on a clearing in the woods by Pärnu River.
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.
A new creative home studio, created just for you. There is no age limit. Neither is there a requirement for experience!
Acoustic concert series on every Thursday in July - come and enjoy the picturesque manor milieu and performances by leading musicians.
Summer highlight in Tartu!
Events taking place all over the city - in Kristiine District, Mustamäe, Haabersti, Pirita. Come and bring your family. All events are free!
The boat shed of Varnja Village fishermen's house near Lake Peipus houses the Voronja Summer Gallery. The first exhibition was put together by artist and curator Kiwa.
Displaying over 300 postcards from 2013-2014.
Hiiumaa Museum Long House will open an exhibition featuring works by Hiiumaa ceramicists Natalia Kuhi, Kristi Kuurme amd Sulev Loopalu.
Held for the first time in 2013, the piano festival concerts will be held once again in the tender August night at the picturesque Eivere Manor.
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.
Viimsi small borough
The exhibition is dedicated to the 85th anniversary of Lennart Meri (29 March 1929 – 14 March 2006).
Concerts held in forgotten manors.
The exhibition "100 Steps..." aims to map the most important architectural manifestations in Estonia. Today's history of architecture no longer involves only the peaks - the typical and the everyday architecture is valued to the same degree.
Sea paintings by the mainland artist Merike Läte.
In a middle class country estate in England a successful merchant lives with his dotty wife, daughter and son. The daughter's fiancé is visiting them when the fiancé's father, an aristocrat, arrives.
Võsu small borough
Two days of festival on two stages featuring almost two dozen performers - Traffic, HU?, Birgit Õigemeel, 2Quick Start etc. Also appearing at the festival is the legendary Dj BOBO!
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.
Contemporary Estonian art will assemble around a long table in an old rectory to celebrate times spent together.
We kindly invite you to the book launch and vernissage of group exhibition "CO-LAB" by MUST JOON on Wednesday 9th of July at 6 p.m in EKA G, Estonia pst 7 / Teatri väljak 1, Tallinn.
Tartu love films festival includes a performance arts sub-programme.
Intsikurmu Music Festival attracts people back to the woods in order to find themselves and their predecessors through music. Charged with ancient energy, the festival venue under the tall trees is a beautiful sight for the eyes.
Theatre performances and theme parties at Kelnas Harbour in Prangli.
Tahkuna Lighthouse in Hiiumaa houses an exhibition of paintings by Rapla County artists Riin Pallon and Kairi Orgusaar (open until mid-September).
Häädemeeste small borough
During the summer festival various small coastal villages will turn into lively cultural and holiday places. The eventful festival programme lasts for four weeks.
The 21st “Man and Woman: The Wait” opens on June 1, featuring Ukrainian artists as main guests - painters Marina Shkarupa, Igor Prokofyev, Anatoli Vararov from Kiev and Tamara Karpenko, director of the art centre ArtProjekt.
Kuressaare Fortress houses an exhibition of Peeter Ulas' (1934-2008) large-scale pine tree drawings and abstract pastel drawings as well as Concordia Klar's (1934-2004) plant graphic art.
Kärdla Power Station houses an exhibition of the Baltic Sea islands' union B7 art project.
A summer outdoor concert series at Pärnu Town Hall courtyard.
Pohiranna Days and Pärispea School 140
Unique houses that resemble bird nesting boxes are two of the most interesting landmarks that Ott Puuraid (1904–1986) introduced to the cityscape as the chief architect of post-war Viljandi.
Ülenurme small borough
Works by Olev Russ, Gunnar Neeme and Tiia Keskrand are in display on in the 2nd floor temporary exhibition space at Estonian Agricultural Museum.
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.
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.
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.
The second floor exhibition space of Evald Okas Museum displays a selection of Okas' works.
Cool open-air event at Sinilind Club. Street food, music and vintage clothes + accessories at Müürivahe terrace. Don't be self-centered - bring your friends!
Evald Okas Museum will open up for the summer season on June 1, 2014 at 4 pm.
The exhibition takes a look at the history of tourism in Soviet Tallinn.
Estonian Public Broadcasting show "OP!" is taking time off in the summer, but to keep in contact with its viewers the team behind the show and the students of Baltic Film Media have devised the project "OP! selfie".
White Lady performances have been a fixture of the full moon summer nights in Haapsalu since 1979.
The festival promotes a sustainable way of life and respect for the traditions of indigenous peoples that are closely connected with nature.
In 2014 Vigala Congregation will celebrate a very venerable anniversary of its church - it will be 675 years since the church was first mentioned (1339) in historical documents relating to an incident between the Dominican Order and Padise Monastery.
"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.
Sauna has been a part of the people of Haanjamaa for thousands of years. It didn't used to be just a place to wash up in. It was much more than that.
Every two years in December Tallinn City Theatre holds a wintertime theatre festival featuring productions from all over the world.
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.
"UIT" is an interdisciplinary festival with shows, installations and concerts studying the urban space of Tartu.
The Farm Day is a highlight among the museum's activities. Visitors get to see old farm work and take part in workshops.
The selection of music featured at the Golden Classics concerts is dignified, professional and time-tested.
The end-of-the-summer festival in Pärnu invites you to take the last of the warm August nights, the star-speckled sky and friendly people.
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.
On March 21 Estonian National Opera celebrates the 95th anniversary of Georg Ots – the most famous and admired Estonian singer.
Kihnu Violin Festival is a tribute to the violinists of Kihnu and takes place annually on the first weekend of October.
Alo Kõrve and Jaan Sööt will perform poems and songs by different authors named Jaan or Juhan at the Estonian Theatre and Music Museum.
Between the mysterious walls of Haapsalu's Bishop Castle lies Estonia's most famous legend - the White Lady.
The Potatoprint festival is a small art event . The aim of the festival is to promote a cheap and environmental-friendly alternative to the established traditional techniques of graphic and to heat up the cultural-life of rural areas.
Common Chord Festival unites different forms of art - poetry, figurative art, music - as well as the philosophy of freetowns. It takes place once a year in Paide.
Varbola Wood Days is a song festival for wood sculptors, held in Varbola Fort, where professional and hobby artists from Estonia and abroad make wood sculptures before a live audience.
A tender August concert at the background of flowing water and magical lighting - on the Pedeli River peninsula.
Draama 2014 curator is the Estonian writer Tõnu Õnnepalu, who will be putting together the programme with a creative council.
Traditional annual open-air concert "Song of a Free Nation" is dedicated to the regained independence of the Estonian Republic. Beautiful Estonian songs performed by leading singers.
The Elderly Festival is the biggest festival in Estonia aimed at 60+ people. It attracts about 3000 elderly people from all over Estonia.
In the middle of August, wind instrument players from all over Estonia will come together and set up a wind instrument summer school for kids. They will also perform publicly in the streets, the park, the music school and culture centre "Kannel".