The exhibition presents works by 21 Nordic fashion illustrators and the grand display will be open for four months.
"PromFest" is a festival for lovers of opera music. The festival was launched in 2005.
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.
On 30 May 2015, the Kuusalu stadium will host the song and dance festival Runo Song and Harrow of the Kuusalu-Jõelähtme parish. The day is dedicated to the 85th birthday of Veljo Tormis.
Performances by Noor Ballett Fouetté, Lappeenrannan Tanssiopisto and Russian Imperial Ballet School London.
The Museum of Occupations in Tallinn is hosting The Tallinn Collector Exhibition.
A screening of The Magnificent Tati by Michael House (United Kingdom, 2009).
In today's world the viability of small communities and nations depends on their ability to make themselves visible globally.
This year, the Estonian Composers Festival will be given an international dimension by four foreign ensembles.
Viimsi small borough
The exhibition is dedicated to the 85th anniversary of Lennart Meri (29 March 1929 – 14 March 2006).
On Thursday, 30 April 2015 at 4 pm, the exhibition Estonian Farm Architecture. Constant and Changing of the Estonian Open Air Museum will be opened at the Narva Museum Art Gallery.
On Tuesday, 26 May at 7 PM, the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre will celebrate the end of its anniversary season at the House of the Blackheads with the concert A Year in Music.
The Kumu Art Museum will treat Estonian audiences to the internationally renowned Czech avant-garde photography.
On Friday, 8 May 2015 at 5 p.m., the exhibition 26 Years in the Water by Alex Kirkbride, one of the best known American underwater photographers, will be opened in the Noorus Gallery in Tartu.
Over frozen meadows and through the winter forest, tracks lead from Mardu to Karuskose. Under the coating of ice, in the warm bottom mud, the new spring sound gathers force and with it, our third concert.
The concert programme Joon (Line) of the series Heli ja Keel (Sound and Language) juxtaposes the works of Mirjam Tally, an Estonian composer living in Visby, the main town of Gotland, and Estonian writer Kristiina Ehin.
The Estonian Traditional Music Center will end its 8th season with a cosy event on 29 May.
The vocal ensemble Heinavanker is a unique meeting point for musicians active in different fields.
The Köler Prize is an art prize that was founded by the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM) in 2011 to promote contemporary art and to highlight important artists and groups on the local art scene.
A small exhibition of graphic art by Viive Noore.
In 1966, several critical exhibitions were held in Tallinn and Tartu, with the exhibited works clearly distancing from the canons of official art. The exhibition focuses on the artists' interest in broadening the limits of realism.
Estonian Student Construction Brigade EÜE was a summer organisation active from July to August and involved almost every fourth student in Soviet Estonia.
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).
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).
The director and the author of all of the dances is the dance instructor Andre Laine from Kanepi.
Tartu University Art Museum introduces the human and divine aspect of the art of icons.
In collaboration with the Estonian Cultural Endowment and the Tallinn Art Hall, a powerful exhibition, curated by Mari Kartau, will be opened at the Luunja Parish House.
Every year, blacksmiths from Estonia and abroad meet at the Northern Courtyard of the Narva Castle to exchange knowledge and teach enthusiasts the techniques of forging.
Everyone is welcome to come and see the artistic production of the Fine Arts and Choreography students who will graduate this spring at the Tallinn University KIMP Festival from 24 April to 20 May.
The School of Rock at the Tartu Rock Club offers an alternative study of musical instruments. The specialties are guitar, bass guitar, drums, sound engineering and band studies.
This year, the international festival Orient will bring together the traditional music of Africa and Asia.
The programme includes Armenian, English and Irish traditional melodies and improvisations.
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 June, the 2nd Peipsimaa Organ Festival will bring sparkling waves of sound, brilliant organ and chamber music concerts to the churches of Avinurme, Torma, Lohusuu, Kodavere and Räpina, which are the pride of the Lake Peipus Area with their organs.
The music of soft summer nights from 18 June to 27 August, every Thursday at 8 PM.
Mimicry – I am not me? Small and great lies and deceptions in the animal and human kingdom, the wish or need to seem as someone else, camouflage, stealing someone else's glory - either for protection, fitting in or simply showing off.
From 4-11 June 2015, you can be a part of six early summer evening with breathtaking music in Käsmu.
The performance Raud-Ants is written by Kristjan Kõrver and produced by Ott Aardam.
From 4 to 7 June 2015, the first Kumu Art Film Festival will take place, which is also the first cultural event in Estonia to focus on the relationship between film and the visual arts.