From its abandoned beaches to the smelly yet indispensable water treatment plant, the hill made from trash, the willfully resistant garage town and its shiny new future plans – everything in Paljassaare seems to be exactly that: an ever-changing sequence of elements, a kaleidoscope.
After researching its abundance of topics, places and processes for one semester, first year Urban Studies students from Estonian Academy of Arts will take their turn and reflect on what they have spotted in that kaleidoscope, in a sequence of creative projects presented on site, in Paljassaare.
On December 9th (10:15-14:00) and 10th (14:00-17:30) we invite everyone to come along on a hike through the snowy landscape of Paljassaare
, where we will explore a series of topics connected to the peninsula. The first leg of tour will start at 10:15 in the morning of 9th of December at Paljassaare ranna parkla. Bus no 59
takes you directly to our starting point. From there we will follow the traces of our investigations, through wooden tracks along the sea, paths in the forest, abandoned houses and to many other places in disguise. Sundays part start 14:00 from Laevastiku quarter.
In total on two days there will be 15 different stops, each working with different aspects of Paljassaare: 8 on Saturday and 7 on Sunday.
The detailed route and more information on each stop can be found on Urban Studies facebook page and Instagram soon!