Admissions

27.05.2022 — 09.06.2022

EKA Grad Show ’22

TASE’22
Estonian Academy of Arts Grad Show
28.05–09.06, open daily 12–6 pm

Opening: 27.05, 4pm @EKA

tase.artun.ee

Exhibition locations:
EKA, Põhja pst 7
Vent Space, Vabaduse väljak 6-8
ARS Art Factory, Pärnu mnt 154
Rotermanni kvartal, Rotermanni 7

TASE is the annual graduation show of the Estonian Academy of Arts. It presents the final projects of Fine Arts, Architecture, Design, and Art and Culture faculties’ master’s students, along with the final artworks by Fine Arts and Design faculties’ bachelor’s students. The opening of the main exhibition and TASE’22 webpage tase.artun.ee takes place on May 27th at 4 pm at EKA!
Most of the works are exhibited at EKA on all five floors and including EKA Gallery and Billboard Gallery. Additionally, you can visit the exhibition at ARS Art Factory (Project Space, Showroom and room 112), Vent Space, Rotermanni 7, Lai 31, Kanuti Gildi Hall Cellar, Kadriorg Art Museum, Poordi 3 and Loewenschede tower on Kooli str 7. See more info on the programme.

tase.artun.ee opens simultaneously with the main exhibition on May 27th!

In addition to the works at the main exhibition, written theses by PhD and Art and Culture graduates and grad works from the rest of the BA graduates will be presented on tase.artun.ee. Last year’s TASE page can be found at tase20.artun.ee and tase21.artun.ee.

Young Artist Award and Young Applied Artist Award

The Young Artist Award and Young Applied Artist Award winners at the master’s and bachelor’s levels will be announced at the opening of TASE main exhibition. The prizes are each 1500€.
Young Artist Award winner at the master’s level will be chosen from Contemporary Art graduation works and at the bachelor’s level from the Graphic Art, Installation and Sculpture Painting, and Photography graduation works. The master’s prize includes a solo exhibition at the Hobusepea or Draakon gallery in 2023. This year’s jury members are art professionals Elin Kard, Marko Mäetamm, Aleksander Zahharov, Karolin Poska (only MA), Sigrid Viir and Maarin Ektermann.
Young Applied Artist Award winners will be selected from the Design and Crafts graduation works. The master level prize includes a solo exhibition at the HOP Gallery. The jury members are Maria Valdma, Ketli Tiitsar, Gregor Taul, Keiu Krikmann and Tiina Sarapu.

PROGRAMME

Exhibition opening ceremony
27.05 at 16.00, EKA lobby

Theses defences
30.05–15.06, www.artun.ee/kaitsmised

TASE FILM
04.06 at 17.00, A101

Scenography bachelors’ works exhibition “Kujundliku Mõtte Labor”
Estookin, Kristel Zimmer, Anita Kremm, Linda Mai Kari, Liisamari Viik, supervisor Ene-Liis Semper
28.05–07.06, open every day at 12.00–18.00, opening on 27.05 at 18.00
Lai 31, II floor

Graphic Design master’s graduation works “Silence After Early Hours”
Mucho Mustachio (Alejandro Bellón Ample), Louise Borinski, Daddy Breezy (Aleksandrs Breže), Energy Star (Paula Buškevica), Reese (Björn Giesecke), Tropaasi (Otso Peräsaari), Foxy (Diandra Rebase), miss S (Katarina Sarap)
04–11.06 at 13.00–19.00
Opening 03.06 at 18.00, finissage 11.06 at 21.00
Kanuti Guild Hall Cellar, Pühavaimu 5
www.silenceafterearlyhours.eka-gd-ma.ee

“Piiritu”, curator Nele Ambos
Cultural Heritage and Conservation master’s graduation work
Lilly Walther
23.02–29.05, Wed, Fri-Sun at 11.00–18.00, Thu at 11.00–20.00
Tartu Art Museum, Raekoja plats 18, Tartu

“ars viva 2022 – tajuvälja agendid”, curator Maria Helen Känd
Curator studies master’s graduation work
Tamina Amadyar, Laura Põld, Lewis Hammond, Jānis Dzirnieks, Anastasia Sosunova, Mooni Perry
09.04–07.09, Wed-Sun at 12.00–18.00
Kai kunstikeskus, Peetri 12

“Visible Storage Gallery for the Sculpture Collection”, curator Maria Väinsar
Department of Cultural Heritage and Conservation, master’s thesis
18.05.2022–31.12.2024
Tue, Thu-Sun at 10.00–18.00, Wed at 10.00–20.00
Kadriorg Art Museum, Weizenbergi 37, 10127 Tallinn

Olev Kuma “Transmission”
Painting bachelor’s graduation work
28.05–09.06, every day at 11.00–19.00
Poordi 3

Caroline Pajusaar “Inferno”
Bachelor’s thesis in Graphics
27.05–10.06, Mon-Fri at 11.00–18.00
Loewenschede tower, Kooli 7 (entrance from the park, last floor)

SATELLITE PROGRAMME

Open Academy exhibition “Maalikunsti A, B, C… ja Z lõputööde näitus”
Kaia Hommik, Ivo Kuldmäe, Anne-Mari Rannamäe, Jana Koel, Gerli Pesor, Andri Lõhek, Mari-Helen Vili, Kristine-Kristi Kasak, Ülle Soitu, Astrid Mägi, Mari Annuka, Raili Moldov
20.05–28.05, Wed-Fri at 12.00–18.00, Sat at 12.00–16.00, opening 19.05 at 18.00
Artdepoo gallery, Jahu 12-213

Jewellery and Blacksmithing II year student exhibition “NIHE”
Anna-Maria Vaino, Ardo Teesalu, Bianca Triinu Toots, Hugo Toss, Margus Elizarov, Villu Mustkivi, Visa Eino Eduard Nurmi, Ellen Axberg, Camilla Prey
20.05–02.06 at 12.00–20.00, opening 19.05 at 18.00
Uus 4

Photoart Academy exhibition “Ruumis”
Marcus Kallavus, Marta Khrshanovskaya, Silvi Kiin, Elias Kuulmann, Kristi Leps, Margus Metsaäär, Jaanus Muruõis, Nelli Pello, Kärt Petser, Annika Vihmann
Open 24/7, opening 07.06 at 18.00,
Telliskivi 64

 

Head organiser: Pire Sova
Assistant: Dana Lorên Vares
Exhibition design: Brigit Arop, Katarina Ild, Anabel Ainso
Communication: Solveig Jahnke, Andres Lõo, Maarja Pabut
Graphic design: Birgita Siim, Agnes Isabelle Veevo, Aaro Veiderpass
Web coordinator: Kert Väljak
TASE FILM and opening event: Johanna Kuzmenko, Ligia Fernandes

 

Supported by Eesti Kultuurkapital, Kasevetekohin, Mistra, AkzoNobel, BigBerry

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EKA Grad Show ’22

Friday 27 May, 2022 — Thursday 09 June, 2022

TASE’22
Estonian Academy of Arts Grad Show
28.05–09.06, open daily 12–6 pm

Opening: 27.05, 4pm @EKA

tase.artun.ee

Exhibition locations:
EKA, Põhja pst 7
Vent Space, Vabaduse väljak 6-8
ARS Art Factory, Pärnu mnt 154
Rotermanni kvartal, Rotermanni 7

TASE is the annual graduation show of the Estonian Academy of Arts. It presents the final projects of Fine Arts, Architecture, Design, and Art and Culture faculties’ master’s students, along with the final artworks by Fine Arts and Design faculties’ bachelor’s students. The opening of the main exhibition and TASE’22 webpage tase.artun.ee takes place on May 27th at 4 pm at EKA!
Most of the works are exhibited at EKA on all five floors and including EKA Gallery and Billboard Gallery. Additionally, you can visit the exhibition at ARS Art Factory (Project Space, Showroom and room 112), Vent Space, Rotermanni 7, Lai 31, Kanuti Gildi Hall Cellar, Kadriorg Art Museum, Poordi 3 and Loewenschede tower on Kooli str 7. See more info on the programme.

tase.artun.ee opens simultaneously with the main exhibition on May 27th!

In addition to the works at the main exhibition, written theses by PhD and Art and Culture graduates and grad works from the rest of the BA graduates will be presented on tase.artun.ee. Last year’s TASE page can be found at tase20.artun.ee and tase21.artun.ee.

Young Artist Award and Young Applied Artist Award

The Young Artist Award and Young Applied Artist Award winners at the master’s and bachelor’s levels will be announced at the opening of TASE main exhibition. The prizes are each 1500€.
Young Artist Award winner at the master’s level will be chosen from Contemporary Art graduation works and at the bachelor’s level from the Graphic Art, Installation and Sculpture Painting, and Photography graduation works. The master’s prize includes a solo exhibition at the Hobusepea or Draakon gallery in 2023. This year’s jury members are art professionals Elin Kard, Marko Mäetamm, Aleksander Zahharov, Karolin Poska (only MA), Sigrid Viir and Maarin Ektermann.
Young Applied Artist Award winners will be selected from the Design and Crafts graduation works. The master level prize includes a solo exhibition at the HOP Gallery. The jury members are Maria Valdma, Ketli Tiitsar, Gregor Taul, Keiu Krikmann and Tiina Sarapu.

PROGRAMME

Exhibition opening ceremony
27.05 at 16.00, EKA lobby

Theses defences
30.05–15.06, www.artun.ee/kaitsmised

TASE FILM
04.06 at 17.00, A101

Scenography bachelors’ works exhibition “Kujundliku Mõtte Labor”
Estookin, Kristel Zimmer, Anita Kremm, Linda Mai Kari, Liisamari Viik, supervisor Ene-Liis Semper
28.05–07.06, open every day at 12.00–18.00, opening on 27.05 at 18.00
Lai 31, II floor

Graphic Design master’s graduation works “Silence After Early Hours”
Mucho Mustachio (Alejandro Bellón Ample), Louise Borinski, Daddy Breezy (Aleksandrs Breže), Energy Star (Paula Buškevica), Reese (Björn Giesecke), Tropaasi (Otso Peräsaari), Foxy (Diandra Rebase), miss S (Katarina Sarap)
04–11.06 at 13.00–19.00
Opening 03.06 at 18.00, finissage 11.06 at 21.00
Kanuti Guild Hall Cellar, Pühavaimu 5
www.silenceafterearlyhours.eka-gd-ma.ee

“Piiritu”, curator Nele Ambos
Cultural Heritage and Conservation master’s graduation work
Lilly Walther
23.02–29.05, Wed, Fri-Sun at 11.00–18.00, Thu at 11.00–20.00
Tartu Art Museum, Raekoja plats 18, Tartu

“ars viva 2022 – tajuvälja agendid”, curator Maria Helen Känd
Curator studies master’s graduation work
Tamina Amadyar, Laura Põld, Lewis Hammond, Jānis Dzirnieks, Anastasia Sosunova, Mooni Perry
09.04–07.09, Wed-Sun at 12.00–18.00
Kai kunstikeskus, Peetri 12

“Visible Storage Gallery for the Sculpture Collection”, curator Maria Väinsar
Department of Cultural Heritage and Conservation, master’s thesis
18.05.2022–31.12.2024
Tue, Thu-Sun at 10.00–18.00, Wed at 10.00–20.00
Kadriorg Art Museum, Weizenbergi 37, 10127 Tallinn

Olev Kuma “Transmission”
Painting bachelor’s graduation work
28.05–09.06, every day at 11.00–19.00
Poordi 3

Caroline Pajusaar “Inferno”
Bachelor’s thesis in Graphics
27.05–10.06, Mon-Fri at 11.00–18.00
Loewenschede tower, Kooli 7 (entrance from the park, last floor)

SATELLITE PROGRAMME

Open Academy exhibition “Maalikunsti A, B, C… ja Z lõputööde näitus”
Kaia Hommik, Ivo Kuldmäe, Anne-Mari Rannamäe, Jana Koel, Gerli Pesor, Andri Lõhek, Mari-Helen Vili, Kristine-Kristi Kasak, Ülle Soitu, Astrid Mägi, Mari Annuka, Raili Moldov
20.05–28.05, Wed-Fri at 12.00–18.00, Sat at 12.00–16.00, opening 19.05 at 18.00
Artdepoo gallery, Jahu 12-213

Jewellery and Blacksmithing II year student exhibition “NIHE”
Anna-Maria Vaino, Ardo Teesalu, Bianca Triinu Toots, Hugo Toss, Margus Elizarov, Villu Mustkivi, Visa Eino Eduard Nurmi, Ellen Axberg, Camilla Prey
20.05–02.06 at 12.00–20.00, opening 19.05 at 18.00
Uus 4

Photoart Academy exhibition “Ruumis”
Marcus Kallavus, Marta Khrshanovskaya, Silvi Kiin, Elias Kuulmann, Kristi Leps, Margus Metsaäär, Jaanus Muruõis, Nelli Pello, Kärt Petser, Annika Vihmann
Open 24/7, opening 07.06 at 18.00,
Telliskivi 64

 

Head organiser: Pire Sova
Assistant: Dana Lorên Vares
Exhibition design: Brigit Arop, Katarina Ild, Anabel Ainso
Communication: Solveig Jahnke, Andres Lõo, Maarja Pabut
Graphic design: Birgita Siim, Agnes Isabelle Veevo, Aaro Veiderpass
Web coordinator: Kert Väljak
TASE FILM and opening event: Johanna Kuzmenko, Ligia Fernandes

 

Supported by Eesti Kultuurkapital, Kasevetekohin, Mistra, AkzoNobel, BigBerry

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30.05.2022 — 31.05.2022

PhD Vitamin 2022 – open lectures and consultations for PhD applicants

PHD VITAMIN FB

PhD Vitamin 2022 is taking place on 30-31 May 2022 in room A205 at the Estonian Academy of Arts.

PhD Vitamin is an event that brings together experts and aspiring MA students, artists and designers, who want to pursue a PhD or engage in artistic research in their professional career. The aim is both to introduce creative research and to advise potential doctoral candidates on their doctoral thesis project. The format of the event consists of open lectures by keynote speakers and EKA doctorants and one-on-one consultations.

To take part of the open lectures and consultations, register HERE.

We encourage artists and designers, alumni, and graduates of the Estonian Academy of Arts and other universities working with creative research methods to register. Registration is open until 26.05.2022. The exact consultation times will be sent directly to the provided e-mail addresses. Be quick – the number of free spots for the consultations is limited!

PhD Vitamin was first initiated in 2020 by the Faculty of Fine Arts. In 2021 it was organized as a collaboration between the faculties of fine art, design and the EKA doctoral school.

PhD Vitamin is supported by the European Regional Development Fund EKA LOOVKÄRG minigrant (2014-2020.4.01.20-0288).

If you have any questions, please contact kati.saarits@artun.ee

SCHEDULE

30.-31.05, Estonian Academy of Arts, room A205

30.01, Monday

  • 09:15-10:00 Coffee and registration
  • 10:00-11:00 Vytautas Michelkevicius “Everything you wanted to ask about doctoral studies but there was no chance or why you should (not) do artistic research?” – keynote
  • 11:00-11:45 Marco Laimre “About analytical gaming, seriously”
  • 11:45-13:00 Lunch break
  • 13:00-13:45 Darja Popolitova “Two artistic research methods you haven’t heard about”
  • 13:45-14:45 Panel discussion: Vytautas Michelkevicius, Marco Laimre, Darja Popolitova – moderator Raivo Kelomees
  • 15:00 Consultations with Vytautas Michelkevicius

31.05, Tuesday

  • 09:15-10:00 Coffee and registration
  • 10:00-11:00 Teemu Mäki “What is artistic research and why should you do it?” – keynote
  • 11:00-12:00 Elen Lotman “Insights on artistic research from a PhD journey” – keynote
  • 12:00-12:45 Mattias-Jakob Sildnik “Registers of Disinhibition: A presentation of artistic research practice”
  • 12:45-13:30 Break
  • 13:30-14:30 Panel discussion: Teemu Mäki, Elen Lotman, Mattias-Jakob Sildnik – moderator Raivo Kelomees
  • 15:00 Consultations with Teemu Mäki

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vytautas Michelkevičius (Lithuania) is a curator, writer and researcher whose focus was gradually shifting from photography in expanded field to media art & theory and lately to artistic research in academia and beyond. He is teaching art practice & theory BA, MA and DA/PhD students in Vilnius Academy of Arts and served as artistic director of Nida Art Colony (2010-2019). Since 2019 he is the head of Photography and Media Art Department and Doctoral Programme in the Arts in the same academy. Since 2016 he is actively working with DA/PhD students, supervising them, running courses, curating expositions and also doing research on “artistic research” (recent books “Mapping Artistic Research. Towards Diagrammatic Knowledge” (2018) and “Atlas of Diagrammatic Imagination” (together with Lina Michelkevičė, 2019). He has curated numerous symposiums and exhibitions, among them Lithuanian Pavilion in Venice Biennale (Dainius Liškevičius project “Museum”). He has edited and authored more than 10 books on art, media, artistic research and residencies.
https://vilnius.academia.edu/VytautasMichelkevicius

Teemu Mäki (Finland) is an artist, writer, theatre/opera/film director and theorist (Doctor of Fine Arts, Finnish Academy of Fine Arts 2005). Since 1990 he has been an independent, freelancing artist, except for the years 2008–2013, when he was the Professor of Fine Arts in Aalto University. He is also the chairman of The Artists’ Association of Finland. Mäki has had 59 solo exhibitions, participated in about 200 group shows, written nine books and directed and written numerous theater plays, films and operas.
www.teemumaki.com

Cinematographer Elen Lotman has shot numerous documentaries, short and feature films in Estonia, Finland, Japan, Tibet, China, Thailand, India, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Lapland and Russian Arctic. Her films have been selected and awarded at A-class film festivals like IDFA, Tampere, PÖFF, Moscow etc. She is an Associate Professor and head of artistic research in BFM. She has researched cinematography and empathy and defended her PhD “Experiential Heuristics in Feature Film Cinematography” with laudatur in 2021. Recent success of her films includes: ‘Dear Mother’ was nominated for Best Cinematography and won Best Feature Documentary at the Reel Heart FF, ‘Good Bye Soviet Union’ won the BNFF audience award, ‘Sleeping Beast’ won the BNFF Just Film Works in Progress award, screenplay ‘Container’ was a quarterfinalist at the American Film Academy Nicholl competition. Her virtual exhibition for Tallinn Art Hall was selected among 10 world’s best in New York Times and Wallpaper Magazine.

Marco Laimre (Marko Laimre before 2004) is an artist whose work includes photography, installation, sculpture, painting, performance sound art, intervention, curation and text. Laimre’s work is not stylistically coherent, nor does he have a signature style; his artistic output is concept not media based. In his art, Laimre looks at common everyday phenomena, approaching them from the perspective of the humanities. In Laimre’s work, a strategy critically targeting the textual and pictorial regime of representation is prioritised. He is fascinated by the constricting and ideological nature of photography. Laimre views language as a political, repressive and constricting phenomenon that’s inevitable and insurmountable at the same time. In 2018 Marco Laimre began his PhD studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the Estonian Academy of Arts, where his research is titled “Dystopian Digital Games and Contemporary Art. How to use Analytical Digital Gaming in Contemporary Art”, thesis advisor: PhD Jaak Tomberg).

 

Darja Popolitova is a jewellery artist and PhD student at the Estonian Academy of Arts. She uses jewellery, digital techniques and video medium in her creative work. Popolitova is interested in topics such as haptic visuality (or how an audiovisual image of jewellery affects the viewer), social phenomena and digital culture. Popolitova was recently awarded the annual prize of the Cultural Endowment of Estonia for her provocative digital shamanic fictional exhibition.

Matthias Sildnik has graduated from the Installation and Sculpture department BA (2010) and MA (2014) at the Estonian Academy of Arts. He has also studied philosophy, semiotics and painting in the University of Tartu. His work has been exhibited in Estonia and abroad in solo and group shows. Sildnik studies the impact of networked media technology to everyday life. He uses mediums such as digital graphics, data analysis and installation as a dissociative synthesis environment. He recycles and reappropriate technologies that the information industry uses to construct digital representations of individuals and mediate subjective experiences. In this way parallel reflective systems are formed which are means of artistic research. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Art and Design at the Estonian Academy of Arts.

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PhD Vitamin 2022 – open lectures and consultations for PhD applicants

Monday 30 May, 2022 — Tuesday 31 May, 2022

PHD VITAMIN FB

PhD Vitamin 2022 is taking place on 30-31 May 2022 in room A205 at the Estonian Academy of Arts.

PhD Vitamin is an event that brings together experts and aspiring MA students, artists and designers, who want to pursue a PhD or engage in artistic research in their professional career. The aim is both to introduce creative research and to advise potential doctoral candidates on their doctoral thesis project. The format of the event consists of open lectures by keynote speakers and EKA doctorants and one-on-one consultations.

To take part of the open lectures and consultations, register HERE.

We encourage artists and designers, alumni, and graduates of the Estonian Academy of Arts and other universities working with creative research methods to register. Registration is open until 26.05.2022. The exact consultation times will be sent directly to the provided e-mail addresses. Be quick – the number of free spots for the consultations is limited!

PhD Vitamin was first initiated in 2020 by the Faculty of Fine Arts. In 2021 it was organized as a collaboration between the faculties of fine art, design and the EKA doctoral school.

PhD Vitamin is supported by the European Regional Development Fund EKA LOOVKÄRG minigrant (2014-2020.4.01.20-0288).

If you have any questions, please contact kati.saarits@artun.ee

SCHEDULE

30.-31.05, Estonian Academy of Arts, room A205

30.01, Monday

  • 09:15-10:00 Coffee and registration
  • 10:00-11:00 Vytautas Michelkevicius “Everything you wanted to ask about doctoral studies but there was no chance or why you should (not) do artistic research?” – keynote
  • 11:00-11:45 Marco Laimre “About analytical gaming, seriously”
  • 11:45-13:00 Lunch break
  • 13:00-13:45 Darja Popolitova “Two artistic research methods you haven’t heard about”
  • 13:45-14:45 Panel discussion: Vytautas Michelkevicius, Marco Laimre, Darja Popolitova – moderator Raivo Kelomees
  • 15:00 Consultations with Vytautas Michelkevicius

31.05, Tuesday

  • 09:15-10:00 Coffee and registration
  • 10:00-11:00 Teemu Mäki “What is artistic research and why should you do it?” – keynote
  • 11:00-12:00 Elen Lotman “Insights on artistic research from a PhD journey” – keynote
  • 12:00-12:45 Mattias-Jakob Sildnik “Registers of Disinhibition: A presentation of artistic research practice”
  • 12:45-13:30 Break
  • 13:30-14:30 Panel discussion: Teemu Mäki, Elen Lotman, Mattias-Jakob Sildnik – moderator Raivo Kelomees
  • 15:00 Consultations with Teemu Mäki

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vytautas Michelkevičius (Lithuania) is a curator, writer and researcher whose focus was gradually shifting from photography in expanded field to media art & theory and lately to artistic research in academia and beyond. He is teaching art practice & theory BA, MA and DA/PhD students in Vilnius Academy of Arts and served as artistic director of Nida Art Colony (2010-2019). Since 2019 he is the head of Photography and Media Art Department and Doctoral Programme in the Arts in the same academy. Since 2016 he is actively working with DA/PhD students, supervising them, running courses, curating expositions and also doing research on “artistic research” (recent books “Mapping Artistic Research. Towards Diagrammatic Knowledge” (2018) and “Atlas of Diagrammatic Imagination” (together with Lina Michelkevičė, 2019). He has curated numerous symposiums and exhibitions, among them Lithuanian Pavilion in Venice Biennale (Dainius Liškevičius project “Museum”). He has edited and authored more than 10 books on art, media, artistic research and residencies.
https://vilnius.academia.edu/VytautasMichelkevicius

Teemu Mäki (Finland) is an artist, writer, theatre/opera/film director and theorist (Doctor of Fine Arts, Finnish Academy of Fine Arts 2005). Since 1990 he has been an independent, freelancing artist, except for the years 2008–2013, when he was the Professor of Fine Arts in Aalto University. He is also the chairman of The Artists’ Association of Finland. Mäki has had 59 solo exhibitions, participated in about 200 group shows, written nine books and directed and written numerous theater plays, films and operas.
www.teemumaki.com

Cinematographer Elen Lotman has shot numerous documentaries, short and feature films in Estonia, Finland, Japan, Tibet, China, Thailand, India, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Lapland and Russian Arctic. Her films have been selected and awarded at A-class film festivals like IDFA, Tampere, PÖFF, Moscow etc. She is an Associate Professor and head of artistic research in BFM. She has researched cinematography and empathy and defended her PhD “Experiential Heuristics in Feature Film Cinematography” with laudatur in 2021. Recent success of her films includes: ‘Dear Mother’ was nominated for Best Cinematography and won Best Feature Documentary at the Reel Heart FF, ‘Good Bye Soviet Union’ won the BNFF audience award, ‘Sleeping Beast’ won the BNFF Just Film Works in Progress award, screenplay ‘Container’ was a quarterfinalist at the American Film Academy Nicholl competition. Her virtual exhibition for Tallinn Art Hall was selected among 10 world’s best in New York Times and Wallpaper Magazine.

Marco Laimre (Marko Laimre before 2004) is an artist whose work includes photography, installation, sculpture, painting, performance sound art, intervention, curation and text. Laimre’s work is not stylistically coherent, nor does he have a signature style; his artistic output is concept not media based. In his art, Laimre looks at common everyday phenomena, approaching them from the perspective of the humanities. In Laimre’s work, a strategy critically targeting the textual and pictorial regime of representation is prioritised. He is fascinated by the constricting and ideological nature of photography. Laimre views language as a political, repressive and constricting phenomenon that’s inevitable and insurmountable at the same time. In 2018 Marco Laimre began his PhD studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the Estonian Academy of Arts, where his research is titled “Dystopian Digital Games and Contemporary Art. How to use Analytical Digital Gaming in Contemporary Art”, thesis advisor: PhD Jaak Tomberg).

 

Darja Popolitova is a jewellery artist and PhD student at the Estonian Academy of Arts. She uses jewellery, digital techniques and video medium in her creative work. Popolitova is interested in topics such as haptic visuality (or how an audiovisual image of jewellery affects the viewer), social phenomena and digital culture. Popolitova was recently awarded the annual prize of the Cultural Endowment of Estonia for her provocative digital shamanic fictional exhibition.

Matthias Sildnik has graduated from the Installation and Sculpture department BA (2010) and MA (2014) at the Estonian Academy of Arts. He has also studied philosophy, semiotics and painting in the University of Tartu. His work has been exhibited in Estonia and abroad in solo and group shows. Sildnik studies the impact of networked media technology to everyday life. He uses mediums such as digital graphics, data analysis and installation as a dissociative synthesis environment. He recycles and reappropriate technologies that the information industry uses to construct digital representations of individuals and mediate subjective experiences. In this way parallel reflective systems are formed which are means of artistic research. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Art and Design at the Estonian Academy of Arts.

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29.04.2022 — 19.05.2022

Assessment Marathon 29.04–19.05.2022 at EKA Gallery

Mon-Sat, 3—6 pm

May brings an opportunity to experience, in an exhibition format, works produced by students in the Faculty of Fine Arts as their term projects: every day there will be a fresh crop of university students’ works on display in the gallery.

Works in contemporary art, prints, installation, sculpture and painting curricula will be on display. On each morning of the marathon, a new exhibition will be installed and in the evening the exhibit will give way to the next one. Hopefully, viewers will be able to keep up with the pace of the young artists.

SCHEDULE

29.–30.04 – Drawing, supervisor Ülle Marks

03.05 – Studio photo, supervisor Madis Kurss

04.05 – Drawing, supervisor Ulvi Haagensen

05.05 – Drawing, supervisor Tõnis Saadoja
06.05 – Drawing, supervisors Maiu Rõõmus, Matti Pärk

07.05 – Conceptual drawing supervisor, juhendaja Anna Škodenko

09.05 – Conceptual drawing supervisor, juhendaja Tõnis Saadoja

10.05 – Graphic art, supervisors Viktor Gurov, Eve Kask, Lennart Mänd

11–12.05 – Contemporary art, supervisors Marge Monko, Taavi Talve, Liina Siib, Kristi Kongi, John Grzinich, Kristaps Ancans, Anu Vahtra

13–14.05 – Kujundliku Mõtte Labor— Ekspeditsioon Narva, supervisor Ene-Liis Semper

16.05 – Graphic art, supervisors Maria Erikson, Britta Benno, Charlotte Biszewski, Aarne – Mesikäpp, Maria Izabella Lehtsaar

17.05 – Photo art project, supervisors Marge Monko, Reimo Võsa-Tangsoo

18.05 – Painting, supervisors Mart Vainre, Tiina Tammetalu, Aapo Pukk

19.05 – Painting, supervisors Sigrid Viir, Mihkel Ilus, Tõnis Saadoja, Heldur Lassi

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Assessment Marathon 29.04–19.05.2022 at EKA Gallery

Friday 29 April, 2022 — Thursday 19 May, 2022

Mon-Sat, 3—6 pm

May brings an opportunity to experience, in an exhibition format, works produced by students in the Faculty of Fine Arts as their term projects: every day there will be a fresh crop of university students’ works on display in the gallery.

Works in contemporary art, prints, installation, sculpture and painting curricula will be on display. On each morning of the marathon, a new exhibition will be installed and in the evening the exhibit will give way to the next one. Hopefully, viewers will be able to keep up with the pace of the young artists.

SCHEDULE

29.–30.04 – Drawing, supervisor Ülle Marks

03.05 – Studio photo, supervisor Madis Kurss

04.05 – Drawing, supervisor Ulvi Haagensen

05.05 – Drawing, supervisor Tõnis Saadoja
06.05 – Drawing, supervisors Maiu Rõõmus, Matti Pärk

07.05 – Conceptual drawing supervisor, juhendaja Anna Škodenko

09.05 – Conceptual drawing supervisor, juhendaja Tõnis Saadoja

10.05 – Graphic art, supervisors Viktor Gurov, Eve Kask, Lennart Mänd

11–12.05 – Contemporary art, supervisors Marge Monko, Taavi Talve, Liina Siib, Kristi Kongi, John Grzinich, Kristaps Ancans, Anu Vahtra

13–14.05 – Kujundliku Mõtte Labor— Ekspeditsioon Narva, supervisor Ene-Liis Semper

16.05 – Graphic art, supervisors Maria Erikson, Britta Benno, Charlotte Biszewski, Aarne – Mesikäpp, Maria Izabella Lehtsaar

17.05 – Photo art project, supervisors Marge Monko, Reimo Võsa-Tangsoo

18.05 – Painting, supervisors Mart Vainre, Tiina Tammetalu, Aapo Pukk

19.05 – Painting, supervisors Sigrid Viir, Mihkel Ilus, Tõnis Saadoja, Heldur Lassi

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02.03.2022

Online info session: doctoral studies at EKA

EKA Doctoral School is hosting an online info session about doctoral studies at EKA on March 2, 2022, at 16:00 (Tallinn time, GMT+2) . 

Info session provides a good opportunity to hear more about doctoral studies at EKA, available programmes, admission requirements and procedure, etc; also meet and ask questions directly from people behind the Doctoral School and the programmes. The info session will be hosted online over Zoom.

REGISTER FOR THE INFO SESSION HERE

The Estonian Academy of Arts offers following PhD level programmes for international applicants:

Admission period for international PhD applicants for 2022/2023 starts on 1st of February 2022. Deadline for submitting application is May 1st 2022.

Admission requirements for PhD programmes can be found HERE.

 

More information:
Irene Hütsi, Doctoral School coordinator, irene.hutsi@artun.ee

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Online info session: doctoral studies at EKA

Wednesday 02 March, 2022

EKA Doctoral School is hosting an online info session about doctoral studies at EKA on March 2, 2022, at 16:00 (Tallinn time, GMT+2) . 

Info session provides a good opportunity to hear more about doctoral studies at EKA, available programmes, admission requirements and procedure, etc; also meet and ask questions directly from people behind the Doctoral School and the programmes. The info session will be hosted online over Zoom.

REGISTER FOR THE INFO SESSION HERE

The Estonian Academy of Arts offers following PhD level programmes for international applicants:

Admission period for international PhD applicants for 2022/2023 starts on 1st of February 2022. Deadline for submitting application is May 1st 2022.

Admission requirements for PhD programmes can be found HERE.

 

More information:
Irene Hütsi, Doctoral School coordinator, irene.hutsi@artun.ee

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17.01.2022 — 21.01.2022

Online speed dating week with EKA students

Shot by Marek Metslaid

Book an online date with real EKA student!

From the 17th until the 21st of January 2022, several EKA students will find time to online speed date with prospective applicants and future exchange students to share real insights, inside information and authentic experiences about studying in EKA and living in Tallinn.

Is it interesting to study at EKA? What subjects are most exciting or boring? How to impress during the admissions interview? Is it cold in Tallinn? How much does a cup of coffee cost in EKA cafeteria? Ask them anything!

One date lasts up to 15 minutes. Please let us know what date and time slot would suit you in the registration form below. You will be contacted via email to confirm the exact time for the date.

REGISTER HERE

 

 

More information:
Maarja Pabut
Marketing Specialist
maarja.pabut@artun.ee

 

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Online speed dating week with EKA students

Monday 17 January, 2022 — Friday 21 January, 2022

Shot by Marek Metslaid

Book an online date with real EKA student!

From the 17th until the 21st of January 2022, several EKA students will find time to online speed date with prospective applicants and future exchange students to share real insights, inside information and authentic experiences about studying in EKA and living in Tallinn.

Is it interesting to study at EKA? What subjects are most exciting or boring? How to impress during the admissions interview? Is it cold in Tallinn? How much does a cup of coffee cost in EKA cafeteria? Ask them anything!

One date lasts up to 15 minutes. Please let us know what date and time slot would suit you in the registration form below. You will be contacted via email to confirm the exact time for the date.

REGISTER HERE

 

 

More information:
Maarja Pabut
Marketing Specialist
maarja.pabut@artun.ee

 

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24.01.2022

Interaction Design MA programme online info session

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EKA Interaction Design MA programme invites prospective Master’s students to join the online info session on Monday, January 24, 2022 at 17:00 (Tallinn time, GMT+2).

You’ll have an opportunity to hear about the mission and philosophy of the programme, learn about student experiences and see their projects, take a virtual tour in our studios, and meet and ask questions directly from the faculty, students and alumni.

 

The info session will be hosted online over Zoom.

If you would like to attend, please register online through the form below. A link to attend will be e-mailed shortly before the event begins.

Registration is now closed.

Recording of the info session available here.

More information about the Interaction Design MA (IxD.ma) programme:

 

Admissions period starts on the 1st of February 2022 and application deadline is 1st of March 2022.

https://artun.ee/admissions

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Interaction Design MA programme online info session

Monday 24 January, 2022

ixd.ma

EKA Interaction Design MA programme invites prospective Master’s students to join the online info session on Monday, January 24, 2022 at 17:00 (Tallinn time, GMT+2).

You’ll have an opportunity to hear about the mission and philosophy of the programme, learn about student experiences and see their projects, take a virtual tour in our studios, and meet and ask questions directly from the faculty, students and alumni.

 

The info session will be hosted online over Zoom.

If you would like to attend, please register online through the form below. A link to attend will be e-mailed shortly before the event begins.

Registration is now closed.

Recording of the info session available here.

More information about the Interaction Design MA (IxD.ma) programme:

 

Admissions period starts on the 1st of February 2022 and application deadline is 1st of March 2022.

https://artun.ee/admissions

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08.12.2021

MA in Graphic Design, Online Open House

MA in Graphic Design, Online Open House
Wednesday, 8 December 2021, 17:00–18:00 EET (local Estonian time)

We invite prospective students to join the Master of Arts in Graphic Design at the Estonian Academy of Arts for our Open House on Wednesday, 8 December 2021, 17:00–18:00h EET. This will be an opportunity to hear more about the program, to meet and to ask questions directly from the faculty and students.

**Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the open house will be hosted online over zoom. If you would like to attend, please register online through the form below. A link to attend will be e-mailed the day of the event.**

Please register through our online form:
https://forms.gle/Gg2oMhenjNT9E4hz9

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MA in Graphic Design, Online Open House

Wednesday 08 December, 2021

MA in Graphic Design, Online Open House
Wednesday, 8 December 2021, 17:00–18:00 EET (local Estonian time)

We invite prospective students to join the Master of Arts in Graphic Design at the Estonian Academy of Arts for our Open House on Wednesday, 8 December 2021, 17:00–18:00h EET. This will be an opportunity to hear more about the program, to meet and to ask questions directly from the faculty and students.

**Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the open house will be hosted online over zoom. If you would like to attend, please register online through the form below. A link to attend will be e-mailed the day of the event.**

Please register through our online form:
https://forms.gle/Gg2oMhenjNT9E4hz9

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09.12.2021

Urban Studies MSc programme online info session

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EKA Urban Studies programme invites prospective Master’s students to join the online info session on Thursday, December 9, 2021 at 16:00 (GMT+2).

This online info session will be a good opportunity to hear more about the curriculum, and to meet and ask questions directly from people behind Urban Studies programme. The info session will be hosted online over Zoom.

If you would like to attend, please register online through the form below. A link to attend will be e-mailed shortly before the event begins.

Registration is closed.

Recording of the session HERE.

 

More information about Urban Studies MSc programme:

 

Next admissions period starts on the 1st of February 2022 and application deadline is 1st of March 2022.

https://artun.ee/admissions

 

 

More information:

Maarja Pabut
maarja.pabut@artun.ee

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Urban Studies MSc programme online info session

Thursday 09 December, 2021

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EKA Urban Studies programme invites prospective Master’s students to join the online info session on Thursday, December 9, 2021 at 16:00 (GMT+2).

This online info session will be a good opportunity to hear more about the curriculum, and to meet and ask questions directly from people behind Urban Studies programme. The info session will be hosted online over Zoom.

If you would like to attend, please register online through the form below. A link to attend will be e-mailed shortly before the event begins.

Registration is closed.

Recording of the session HERE.

 

More information about Urban Studies MSc programme:

 

Next admissions period starts on the 1st of February 2022 and application deadline is 1st of March 2022.

https://artun.ee/admissions

 

 

More information:

Maarja Pabut
maarja.pabut@artun.ee

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15.06.2021 — 17.06.2021

PhD Vitamin: Open lectures, consultations and workshop

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The registration to the PhD Vitamin consultations and workshop is open! (link below)

The second PhD Vitamin at the Estonian Academy of Arts will take place this year on June 15-17 via ZOOM. The event consists of public lectures, consultations and a workshop for drafting a doctoral thesis. The event will once again bring together experts in creative research with those interested in entering doctoral studies in art and design.

All interested parties are welcome to participate in public lectures by creative research experts June 15-16:

Tuesday, 15.06. 14:00-15:00 – Mick Wilson

Mick Wilson is an artist, educator, and researcher. He is currently Professor of Art and Director of Doctoral Studies at HDK-Valand Academy of Art & Design, University of Gothenburg. He has been actively involved in developing and promoting artistic research on the academic, institutional, and public levels. His current research deals with questions of art as public culture; political community with the dead; exhibition-making as inquiry; and the rhetorical dynamics of knowledge conflict and symbolic violence. His co-edited volumes include: How Institutions Think (2017) and The Curatorial Conundrum (2016), both MIT and with Paul O’Neill and Lucy Steeds, and SHARE Handbook for Artistic Research Education (2013), ELIA with Schelte van Ruiten. Wilson is currently involved in projects like PARSE On the Question of Exhibition (2020-2021), Open Up (2019-2023), and Public Art Research Report II (2020-2022).

In his lecture entitled “Meeting Friends and Parting Ways,” Mick Wilson will give a personal exploration of the potentials and tensions of the artistic research field based on his collaborative experience as an artist, writer, researcher, and organizer.

Tuesday, 15.06. 17:00-18:00 – Britta Benno

Britta Benno is a Tallinn-based artist who specializes in drawing and printmaking. She is interested in various hybrid techniques and materials that open up new perspectives. In recent years Benno has been working on a series depicting posthuman urban landscapes. Her conceptual keywords include memory, power, and loss of meaning (ruins), imagination (worlding), printmaker’s tools of thought (thinking in layers), and posthuman philosophy.

Since 2018 Benno is a doctoral student on the EKA art and design doctoral curriculum. Her practice-based research focuses on thinking in layers and imagining in layers inherent to her medium: posthuman landscapes in the field of extended drawing and printmaking. In her lecture, she will present her research, shed light on how it has evolved and changed during the studies, and how the academic and artistic practices work together.

Wednesday, 16.06. 16:00-17:30 – Thomas Markussen & Eva Knutz

Thomas Markussen is associate professor and co-founder of the Social Design Research Unit at the University of Southern Denmark. In his work, Markussen focuses on how design can be used as a political and critical aesthetic practice, notably in social design, design activism, and design fiction.

Eva Knutz is an artist and designer, an associate professor within practice-based design research, and co-founder of the Social Design Research Unit at the University of Southern Denmark. The group works on participatory design processes leading to social value for the individual and society at large, with particular attention to marginalized or vulnerable groups in society. Knutz has a developed number of prototypes (games) and research artifacts (probes, self-aid kits, tools) focusing on two large public sectors, healthcare, and criminal care.

Markussen’ and Knutz’ shared lecture is titled “Practice-based research in art and design – an introduction”.

Consultations and Workshop: June 16-17

In addition to the lectures, individual consultations take place within the framework of the PhD Vitamin on June 16. They offer the opportunity to talk about artistic work and ideas for a doctoral thesis with an expert of your choice. To register for a consultation, please provide your portfolio with the registration form (see below).

On June 17, the workshop about ideation and preparation for one’s PhD proposal with Thomas Markussen and Eva Knutz will take place. To take part in the workshop, please provide a 1-pager of your idea. Instructions can be found on the registration form.

To participate in the consultation or the workshop, register HERE. [Registration for consultations and the workshop is closed. Please join the open lectures instead: no registration is required for that.]

We encourage artists and designers, alumni, and graduates of the Estonian Academy of Arts and other universities working with creative research methods to register. Registration is open until 11.06.2021. The exact consultation times will be sent directly to the provided e-mail addresses. Be quick – the number of free spots for the consultations is limited!

The lectures and consultations will take place in digital environments.

If you have any questions, please contact madis.luik@artun.ee

PhD Vitamin was first initiated in 2020 by the Faculty of Fine Arts. In 2021, it is being organized as a collaboration between the faculties of fine art, design and the EKA doctoral school.

PhD Vitamin is supported by the European Regional Development Fund.

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PhD Vitamin: Open lectures, consultations and workshop

Tuesday 15 June, 2021 — Thursday 17 June, 2021

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The registration to the PhD Vitamin consultations and workshop is open! (link below)

The second PhD Vitamin at the Estonian Academy of Arts will take place this year on June 15-17 via ZOOM. The event consists of public lectures, consultations and a workshop for drafting a doctoral thesis. The event will once again bring together experts in creative research with those interested in entering doctoral studies in art and design.

All interested parties are welcome to participate in public lectures by creative research experts June 15-16:

Tuesday, 15.06. 14:00-15:00 – Mick Wilson

Mick Wilson is an artist, educator, and researcher. He is currently Professor of Art and Director of Doctoral Studies at HDK-Valand Academy of Art & Design, University of Gothenburg. He has been actively involved in developing and promoting artistic research on the academic, institutional, and public levels. His current research deals with questions of art as public culture; political community with the dead; exhibition-making as inquiry; and the rhetorical dynamics of knowledge conflict and symbolic violence. His co-edited volumes include: How Institutions Think (2017) and The Curatorial Conundrum (2016), both MIT and with Paul O’Neill and Lucy Steeds, and SHARE Handbook for Artistic Research Education (2013), ELIA with Schelte van Ruiten. Wilson is currently involved in projects like PARSE On the Question of Exhibition (2020-2021), Open Up (2019-2023), and Public Art Research Report II (2020-2022).

In his lecture entitled “Meeting Friends and Parting Ways,” Mick Wilson will give a personal exploration of the potentials and tensions of the artistic research field based on his collaborative experience as an artist, writer, researcher, and organizer.

Tuesday, 15.06. 17:00-18:00 – Britta Benno

Britta Benno is a Tallinn-based artist who specializes in drawing and printmaking. She is interested in various hybrid techniques and materials that open up new perspectives. In recent years Benno has been working on a series depicting posthuman urban landscapes. Her conceptual keywords include memory, power, and loss of meaning (ruins), imagination (worlding), printmaker’s tools of thought (thinking in layers), and posthuman philosophy.

Since 2018 Benno is a doctoral student on the EKA art and design doctoral curriculum. Her practice-based research focuses on thinking in layers and imagining in layers inherent to her medium: posthuman landscapes in the field of extended drawing and printmaking. In her lecture, she will present her research, shed light on how it has evolved and changed during the studies, and how the academic and artistic practices work together.

Wednesday, 16.06. 16:00-17:30 – Thomas Markussen & Eva Knutz

Thomas Markussen is associate professor and co-founder of the Social Design Research Unit at the University of Southern Denmark. In his work, Markussen focuses on how design can be used as a political and critical aesthetic practice, notably in social design, design activism, and design fiction.

Eva Knutz is an artist and designer, an associate professor within practice-based design research, and co-founder of the Social Design Research Unit at the University of Southern Denmark. The group works on participatory design processes leading to social value for the individual and society at large, with particular attention to marginalized or vulnerable groups in society. Knutz has a developed number of prototypes (games) and research artifacts (probes, self-aid kits, tools) focusing on two large public sectors, healthcare, and criminal care.

Markussen’ and Knutz’ shared lecture is titled “Practice-based research in art and design – an introduction”.

Consultations and Workshop: June 16-17

In addition to the lectures, individual consultations take place within the framework of the PhD Vitamin on June 16. They offer the opportunity to talk about artistic work and ideas for a doctoral thesis with an expert of your choice. To register for a consultation, please provide your portfolio with the registration form (see below).

On June 17, the workshop about ideation and preparation for one’s PhD proposal with Thomas Markussen and Eva Knutz will take place. To take part in the workshop, please provide a 1-pager of your idea. Instructions can be found on the registration form.

To participate in the consultation or the workshop, register HERE. [Registration for consultations and the workshop is closed. Please join the open lectures instead: no registration is required for that.]

We encourage artists and designers, alumni, and graduates of the Estonian Academy of Arts and other universities working with creative research methods to register. Registration is open until 11.06.2021. The exact consultation times will be sent directly to the provided e-mail addresses. Be quick – the number of free spots for the consultations is limited!

The lectures and consultations will take place in digital environments.

If you have any questions, please contact madis.luik@artun.ee

PhD Vitamin was first initiated in 2020 by the Faculty of Fine Arts. In 2021, it is being organized as a collaboration between the faculties of fine art, design and the EKA doctoral school.

PhD Vitamin is supported by the European Regional Development Fund.

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04.02.2021

EKA Urban Studies MSc programme’s Online Open House

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EKA Urban Studies MSc programme invites prospective masters students to join the programme’s Online Open House on Thursday, February 4, 2021 at 17:00 (GMT+2).

This will be a good opportunity to hear more about the programme, and to meet and ask questions directly from the department staff and current students:

  • Professor Maroš Krivy (Head of the Urban Studies)
  • Keiti Kljavin (Lecturer of Urban Studies)
  • Mira Samonig (1st year MA student)
  • Egemen Mercanlioglu (2nd year MA student)
  • Kaija-Luisa Kurik (Associate Lecturer at Manchester School of Architecture)
  • Leonard Ma (architect, runner of New Academy)

The open house event will be hosted online over Zoom.

If you would like to attend, please register online through the form below. A link to attend will be e-mailed shortly before the event begins.

REGISTER HERE

More information about the Urban Studies MSc programme: https://www.artun.ee/en/curricula/urban-studies/ and on Facebook page.

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EKA Urban Studies MSc programme’s Online Open House

Thursday 04 February, 2021

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EKA Urban Studies MSc programme invites prospective masters students to join the programme’s Online Open House on Thursday, February 4, 2021 at 17:00 (GMT+2).

This will be a good opportunity to hear more about the programme, and to meet and ask questions directly from the department staff and current students:

  • Professor Maroš Krivy (Head of the Urban Studies)
  • Keiti Kljavin (Lecturer of Urban Studies)
  • Mira Samonig (1st year MA student)
  • Egemen Mercanlioglu (2nd year MA student)
  • Kaija-Luisa Kurik (Associate Lecturer at Manchester School of Architecture)
  • Leonard Ma (architect, runner of New Academy)

The open house event will be hosted online over Zoom.

If you would like to attend, please register online through the form below. A link to attend will be e-mailed shortly before the event begins.

REGISTER HERE

More information about the Urban Studies MSc programme: https://www.artun.ee/en/curricula/urban-studies/ and on Facebook page.

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