The exhibition presents the biggest windmill in Hiiumaa, its state today and its history, displaying enlarged copies of historical photos, drawings and preserved original details.
Mooste small borough
Meaning 'the life sound of Mooste', Moisekatsi Elohelü is a festival/contest of Estonian folk music arrangements, aimed to promote and encourage contemporary interpretations of historical folk music, creating a bridge between old and new.
Viimsi small borough
The exhibition is dedicated to the 85th anniversary of Lennart Meri (29 March 1929 – 14 March 2006).
"Here We Are! The First Century in Estonian Film", organised by the Estonian History Museum, is the first truly comprehensive overview exhibition about Estonian film.
The director of the dramatic comedy "Farewell in June" By A. Vampilov is Andres Noormets. The production is the diploma work of the graduates of the Estonian Music and Theatre Academy.
The exhibition displays rare textile objects from historical Mulk Land as well as their modern copies and reconstructions.
“Village At The End Of The World” is a witty, surprising and ultimately feel good portrait of an isolated village of 59 people and 100 sledge dogs, surviving against the odds.
If you're into performances based on a definite narrative, then this is not for you. If you like to do less thinking and more relaxing, then this performance is not for you.
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.
"Forest Villages" is a follow-up to the puppet show "Tsuhh, tsuhh, tsuhh...".
The concert series brings popular and beloved musicians from other parts of Estonia to the historical Hopner House in Town Hall Square. Just to prove good music is made all over the country.
A new creative home studio, created just for you. There is no age limit. Neither is there a requirement for experience!
Four interesting individuals and good friends who have been making music in various collectives for years have now joined forces and put together their dream band.
"Art in Art" is displayed in the 2nd floor reading hall at Jõgeva Town Library from April 17 to May 29.
Tallinn Dance Theatre's evening of dance performances in two parts.
Cast: ANTI KOBIN, MART MÜÜRISEPP, ANDRES ROOSILEHT, RIHO ROSBERG, KAISA SELDE, KATARIINA TAMM, TIINA TÕNIS, TAAVI TÕNISSON
Dear old and new friends of Kondas Centre, we are happy to invite you to the opening of ABC of Avant-garde. Estonian Art of the 1960s and 1970s from the Collection of Margus Punab this Saturday at 2 p.m.
Kultuur.info and Etnoweb.ee are launching the PHOTO COMPETITION “MY FAVOURITE PLACE TO READ A BOOK”.
This is not a usual photo exhibition or ordinary photography. This is an experience.
Author: Peep Pedmanson. Director: Hardi Volmer.
On January 17, Kumu Art Museum opens the exhibition "Dénes Farkas. Evident in Advance", which was created for the Estonian showcase at the 55th Venice Biennale. A catalogue will accompany the exhibition.
HÕFF is an independent festival presenting best films from the darker side of cinema from fantasy to horror, forgotten classics, filmmaker and country retrospectives, extreme films and celebrated guests in the unique setting of Estonia.
Tallinn Interior Fair.
Director Anne Türnpu. Composer Maria Kõrvits. Appearing: 37 leading student choirs with 1400 singers from Finland, Norway, Sweden and Estonia. Accompanied by the festival's chamber orchestra.
This is the fifth time the street art festival Stencibility will he held, presenting artists from France, Latvia and Estonia. Screening of the documentary "Art4Space", workshops and guided bike tours introducing Tartu street art.
Tartu Dance Club events are held at Tiigi Society House. This time the focus is on folk dances and song games from Southern Udmurtia.
FRI 4th of October 7 pm at Estonia Concert Hall
ESTONIAN NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Narva Castle Tall Hermann Tower 4th floor displays Olga Kublitskaja's handicraft items.
The last Dance House of the season is dedicated to the theme of the folk music festival - 'Game'. Music by Ülemakstud Rentslihärrad and Merike Paberits.
The exhibition is part of Piibe Piirma's Doctor's thesis "Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Cooperations. The Art of Technosciences".
Tallinn Art Hall will open the 14th Estonian Artists Association's annual exhibition on March 21 at 6 pm.
Ukrainian Youth Association in collaboration with their friends from the Belorussian Cultural Society LES and the magazine "Tallinn" is starting a new project "Integration Is in Pictures" and invites ethnic minorities living in Estonia to participate.
Estonian Choral Association in collaboration with Estonian Composers' Union will organise a new choir music concert for the second year in a row.
The biggest annual folklore festival in Estonia brings together almost 400 dancers and musicians from all over the world.
Kihnu Violin Festival is a tribute to the violinists of Kihnu and takes place annually on the first weekend of October.
Appearing: Marko Matvere and Peep Raun.
"May Song" means it is spring, it is Tartu and people will be performing their own original works!
Although there is music for every taste, the festival centres around classical and Estonian music.
Wonderful music and tasty food, nestled in the ancient forest and fields of Pärnu County, by the lovely Kidise Pond.
What has become of Bumpy? Iti? Kusti? How is the old hag, and Mõhk and Tölpa? How have they adapted to today’s Estonia? The production is inspired by Oskar Luts’ popular story “Bumpy”.
"Märjamaa folk" brings a lot of people interested in song, dance and making music to Märjamaa, which is located between Tallinn and Pärnu.
Tallinn Comedy Festival will take place on May 7-9. It is a dangerously funny festival - three days filled with acts by leading comedians and emerging talents from Estonia and elsewhere.
Seto rock group Zetod released the best folk album in 2013 and put up the wildest show at Viljandi Folk Festival.
Concerts and performances series "Kultuuridessant": TU Viljandi Culture Academy students present theatre, dance, music and art.
Acoustic concert series on every Thursday in July - come and enjoy the picturesque manor milieu and performances by leading musicians.
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.
IN graphic art festival aims to define and look for new directions in different cultural fields, bringing together artists, writers and audiovisual multidisciplinarians.
KorFest is a festival of diploma works by Tallinn University's choreography department, organised since 2008 to showcase the creative processes of the department.
Traditional Luige spring fair brings together gardening enthusiasts from near and further away. The perfect place to buy new plants and get the best advice.
If we catch ourselves asking who is responsible for the insanity in this world; when heroes turn out to be killers, rulers turn out to be debtors, monks thieves etc.
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.
During summer festival the small coastal villages turn lively cultural and holiday places. The Festival program offers events for four weeks.
The Farm Day is a highlight among the museum's activities. Visitors get to see old farm work and take part in workshops.
"Confessions of a Masochist (Zpověď masochisty)" by Roman Sikora is a sarcastic criticism of Western democracies’ capitalist economic system.
On the first Saturday of June in Kohila at the Tohisoo Manor park the festival Kaparock will take place - it is a picnic of good music for the whole family. The main act is the scandalous Winny Puhh from Põlvamaa.
Tallinn Treff Festival is an international puppet and visual theatre festival offering first-rate performances for children and adults alike.
Voces Musicales will perform at St John's Church in Tartu and Niguliste Church in Tallinn with didactic music based on folklore, religious and mythological texts.
Hard Rock Camp 2014 has announced its dates and the first performer. The toughest rock festival in Estonia takes place June 27-28 in Vana-Vigala. One of the main acts is Phil Anselmo and The Illegals (USA).
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.
Draama 2014 curator is the Estonian writer Tõnu Õnnepalu, who will be putting together the programme with a creative council.
Every two years in December Tallinn City Theatre holds a wintertime theatre festival featuring productions from all over the world.
Pühalepa Music Festival, held in Hiiumaa, features a variety of early music and contemporary composers' works, including the compositions of Erkki-Sven Tüür, who was also born in Hiiumaa.
Initiated by "Loov Nõmme / Creative Nõmme", the Green Gates Street is a whole-family event. Come to buy or sell, learn and evolve and partake!
Lovingly crafted indie-festival Schilling in a small, hospitable and beautiful South-Estonian town is now acknowledeged as one of the most important summer events in the country.
Trickster is a mythological being that shapes and changes the world, carries out heroic deeds and is very cunning. Tallinn University of Technology is the same kind of trickster, shaping and changing the world.
Traditional Keila Town Day and Spring Fair held on May 31 in Keila Central Square. You can sell handicraft, food and industrial products as well as flowers, plants etc.
The festival promotes a sustainable way of life and respect for the traditions of indigenous peoples that are closely connected with nature.
Launched in 1994 in the seaside resort town, Haapsalu String Festival is much awaited-for summer event, featuring on music ranging from jazz to pop.
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.
On March 21 Estonian National Opera celebrates the 95th anniversary of Georg Ots – the most famous and admired Estonian singer.
Rakvere Theatre actors Silja Miks, Marin Mägi-Efert, Saara Kadak and Imre Õunapuu will take on a journey back in time.
"UIT" is an interdisciplinary festival with shows, installations and concerts studying the urban space of Tartu.
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.
This year's mega show will be given by David Guetta at the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds on June 13.
25 best Estonian women's and girls' dance collectives will meet up in Tartu for two days to perform to the townsfolk, compete and get to know each other.
Dear visitors, welcome to summertime Tartu - the lovely university main building, friendly Toomemägi Hill, Emajõgi River passing peacefully through the city as well as the snug cafes.
Between the mysterious walls of Haapsalu's Bishop Castle lies Estonia's most famous legend - the White Lady.
In the ten years that Peeter Rästas and Anneli Rahkema have worked in Rakvere Theatre, they have played in dozens of productions together, sharing the stage with dozens of actors.
Marko Matvere will be singing old sea songs and ballads as well as talking about the heyday of sailing ships (16th-20th century).
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.
The magical captains' village Käsmu welcomes all music lovers to once again enjoy concerts in the tender June nights.
Ostrova Festival is a music festival held in Setomaa, Meremäe Parish in Ostrova Village. This is the fourth year the festival will take place, featuring music collectives from all over Estonia as well as local choirs and ensembles.
The 6th annual literature festival in Tallinn, bringing together local writers and writer-celebrities from abroad, featuring literature walks in the city, children's mornings, poetry cafes and much more.
A five-day organ music festival in the summer. The venues are beautiful Saaremaa churches and the performers include leading Estonian musicians.
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.
The August Flues Festival turns the seaside town Haapsalu into a paradise of good music for two days.
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.
Hiiumaa Wind Music Festival is an international music event for all music and wind music lovers with orchestras from Estonia and neighboring countries.
This years theme is "PIND" ('surface, stick'). Everybody, regardless of age and experience, is welcome to try potato printing.
Estonian Composers Festival (EHF) is one of the biggest contemporary music festivals in Estonia, featuring contemporary works, new arrangements and premieres performed by professional musicians.
Tartu Hanseatic Days really animate the town in the middle of the summer, filling it with concerts, a fair and educational activities.
Prima Vista fills the spring of Tartu with literature. Several days of all sorts of cultural events dedicated the the art of the word.
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.