On 20 February, the exhibition “Death and Beauty. The Contemporary Gothic in Art and Visual Culture” will open at the Kumu Art Museum. Art that combines horror, beauty and the supernatural is rooted in Gothic culture.
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).
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.
It is an unusual project, where seven new bus stops were built in Krumbach in Austria on the initiative of the local community.
The selection of music featured at the Golden Classics concerts is dignified, professional and time-tested.
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.
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.
Arne Maasik, one of Estonia’s best-known architectural photographer, will exhibit sea views at the Art Hall Gallery.
The concert at the library in the park will feature singing and music by Jan Rahman, Aapo Ilves, Kristel Mägedi, Marju Varblane, Merca & Jääknähud and the Seto Male Choir Liinatsuraq.
From 13 February, the Estonian Museum of Applied Art And Design in Tallinn will host the International exhibition of artistic bookbinding Scripta manent V "Young Estonian Poetry" .
Jõhvi International Ballet Festival was founded in 2006 and it is the only ballet festival in Estonia so far.
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.
Tartu University Art Museum introduces the human and divine aspect of the art of icons.
Germany has been promoting itself in Estonia with the events series German Spring since 2010. Together with their partners, the German organizations in Estonia compile a programme to present Germany as an interesting, contemporary and versatile country.
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.
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.
Music by Arvo Pärt Stage direction by Robert Wilson Premieres of the music theatre production
In today's world the viability of small communities and nations depends on their ability to make themselves visible globally.
Estonian Student Construction Brigade EÜE was a summer organisation active from July to August and involved almost every fourth student in Soviet Estonia.
The ensemble Naised köögis was born in the slum kitchens of Viljandi a few years back at a time all of the women lived there. It became a habit of getting together, cooking meals and looking after children.
The 2015 festival's theme is "Wild word". The festival patron is Valdur Mikita.
A truly memorable event for the public and especially for the participating children!
Winter Festival presents: the Masters' Academy at the Pärnu Town Hall.
On March 12, at 6 pm a new international exhibition Youth Mode will be opened in Tartu Art Museum, which asks about the essence of youth beyond generations. A performance by young Polish artist Krzysztof Bagiński will take place during the opening.
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.
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 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).
On Saturday 16th May, Estonian museums will open their doors for visitors for a night of special events and exhibitions, celebrating the Night of Museums in Estonia for the seventh year running.
A screening of Jour de fête by Jacques Tati (France, 1949).
On May 22–23 at Von Krahl Theatre and Russian Theatre
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.
From 4-11 June 2015, you can be a part of six early summer evening with breathtaking music in Käsmu.
This year, the international festival Orient will bring together the traditional music of Africa and Asia.
30 May 2015 at 5 pm in Kuusalu Secondary School's pine grove - the Kuusalu-Jõelähtme Song and Dance Festiva 2015 "Regilaul ja karuäke" is dedicated to the 85th anniversary of Veljo Tormis.
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.
The exhibition presents works by 21 Nordic fashion illustrators and the grand display will be open for four months.