Events

29.02.2024

Book launch: Andres Alver “About Architecture”

The book “About Architecture” by architect and professor Andres Alver has been published.

The book presentation will take place on February 29, 2024 at 6 pm in the EKA Gallery.

The book is introduced by the author Andres Alver. EKA Rector Mart Kalm, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture Sille Pihlak and President of the Estonian Association of Architects Andro Mänd will speak.

Andres Alver, who recently celebrated his 70th birthday, has taught several generations of architects at the EKA Faculty of Architecture since 1985.

The book is on sale at the presentation.

The book has parallel texts in Estonian and English.

Editor: Triin Ojari

Language editor: Aime Kons

Translators: Refiner Translations OÜ

Design: Tiina Alver

Printing house: Omaraamat

ISBN 978-9916-4-2204-5

 

The publication was supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia and the Estonian Academy of Arts.

Posted by Tiina Tammet — Permalink

Book launch: Andres Alver “About Architecture”

Thursday 29 February, 2024

The book “About Architecture” by architect and professor Andres Alver has been published.

The book presentation will take place on February 29, 2024 at 6 pm in the EKA Gallery.

The book is introduced by the author Andres Alver. EKA Rector Mart Kalm, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture Sille Pihlak and President of the Estonian Association of Architects Andro Mänd will speak.

Andres Alver, who recently celebrated his 70th birthday, has taught several generations of architects at the EKA Faculty of Architecture since 1985.

The book is on sale at the presentation.

The book has parallel texts in Estonian and English.

Editor: Triin Ojari

Language editor: Aime Kons

Translators: Refiner Translations OÜ

Design: Tiina Alver

Printing house: Omaraamat

ISBN 978-9916-4-2204-5

 

The publication was supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia and the Estonian Academy of Arts.

Posted by Tiina Tammet — Permalink

04.03.2024 — 05.03.2024

PHD VITAMIN 2024

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On March 4th and 5th, the PhD Vitamin event will once again be hosted at the Estonian Academy of Arts.

PhD Vitamin aims to support and pave the way – and inspire artists with a research approach on their way to doctoral studies. The goal is to introduce artistic research and advise potential candidates for postgraduate studies in planning a doctoral thesis project. In a program consisting of public lectures and one-on-one consultations, artists and experts discuss their approach to artistic research and share individual advice.

Artists, designers, alumni of EKA and other creative universities, and graduate students interested in artistic research methods are invited to participate.

PROGRAMME

 

March 4th, Monday, room A501

10:00 -10:30  Coffee and welcome

10:30 -11:15  Victoria Fareld “Responsibility in a polychronic present”

11:15 -11:45  Kristina Norman

Lunch break

12:30-13:15 Esther Shalev-Gerz “Esther Shalev-Gerz from the Monument against Fascism to The Shadow”

13:15-13:45 Gregor Taul “Monumental trouble”

Coffee break 

14.00-14:45  Moderated discussion: Victoria Fareld, Esther Shalev-Gerz, Gregor Taul, Kristina Norman, moderator Kirke Kangro.

 

March 5th, Tuesday, room A501 

10:00-12:00 Individual consultations with Victoria Fareld and Esther Shalev-Gerz

 

The event will be held in English.

Please registrate through following LINK.

To participate in individual consultation to discuss your PhD proposal, please fill out the FORM. A detailed consultation schedule will be sent to your email after registration. Be quick – the number of participants in consultations is limited!

Additional info: kati.saarits@artun.ee

Posted by Kati Saarits — Permalink

PHD VITAMIN 2024

Monday 04 March, 2024 — Tuesday 05 March, 2024

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On March 4th and 5th, the PhD Vitamin event will once again be hosted at the Estonian Academy of Arts.

PhD Vitamin aims to support and pave the way – and inspire artists with a research approach on their way to doctoral studies. The goal is to introduce artistic research and advise potential candidates for postgraduate studies in planning a doctoral thesis project. In a program consisting of public lectures and one-on-one consultations, artists and experts discuss their approach to artistic research and share individual advice.

Artists, designers, alumni of EKA and other creative universities, and graduate students interested in artistic research methods are invited to participate.

PROGRAMME

 

March 4th, Monday, room A501

10:00 -10:30  Coffee and welcome

10:30 -11:15  Victoria Fareld “Responsibility in a polychronic present”

11:15 -11:45  Kristina Norman

Lunch break

12:30-13:15 Esther Shalev-Gerz “Esther Shalev-Gerz from the Monument against Fascism to The Shadow”

13:15-13:45 Gregor Taul “Monumental trouble”

Coffee break 

14.00-14:45  Moderated discussion: Victoria Fareld, Esther Shalev-Gerz, Gregor Taul, Kristina Norman, moderator Kirke Kangro.

 

March 5th, Tuesday, room A501 

10:00-12:00 Individual consultations with Victoria Fareld and Esther Shalev-Gerz

 

The event will be held in English.

Please registrate through following LINK.

To participate in individual consultation to discuss your PhD proposal, please fill out the FORM. A detailed consultation schedule will be sent to your email after registration. Be quick – the number of participants in consultations is limited!

Additional info: kati.saarits@artun.ee

Posted by Kati Saarits — Permalink

19.02.2024 — 23.02.2024

EKA Mental Health Vitamins Week

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During the Mental Health Vitamins Week, the Student Council focuses on the mental well-being of students and faculty members. Every day, the Student Council offers students opportunities to express their emotions, boost their health, and engage in liberating movement. Learn more by exploring the weekly schedule below! The week takes place in the Rauaniidi building, and all events are free for students.
Posted by Andres Lõo — Permalink

EKA Mental Health Vitamins Week

Monday 19 February, 2024 — Friday 23 February, 2024

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During the Mental Health Vitamins Week, the Student Council focuses on the mental well-being of students and faculty members. Every day, the Student Council offers students opportunities to express their emotions, boost their health, and engage in liberating movement. Learn more by exploring the weekly schedule below! The week takes place in the Rauaniidi building, and all events are free for students.
Posted by Andres Lõo — Permalink

21.02.2024

EKA info-hour

We will hold the EKA information session, where the main results and conclusions of the self-evaluation report for institutional accreditation will be presented. The info-hour will take place on Wednesday, 21 February, at 15:00 in the EKA auditorium (A-101). It will be conducted in Estonian. This is a great opportunity to understand the current state and future directions of the academy.

Institutional accreditation evaluates the academy’s overall management, work organisation, teaching and research activities, and the quality of the study and research environment, its compliance with both legislation and EKA’s vision and development plan.

Posted by Kristiina Krabi — Permalink

EKA info-hour

Wednesday 21 February, 2024

We will hold the EKA information session, where the main results and conclusions of the self-evaluation report for institutional accreditation will be presented. The info-hour will take place on Wednesday, 21 February, at 15:00 in the EKA auditorium (A-101). It will be conducted in Estonian. This is a great opportunity to understand the current state and future directions of the academy.

Institutional accreditation evaluates the academy’s overall management, work organisation, teaching and research activities, and the quality of the study and research environment, its compliance with both legislation and EKA’s vision and development plan.

Posted by Kristiina Krabi — Permalink

07.03.2024 — 30.03.2024

“Gentle Gestures of Self” at EKA Gallery 7.–30.03.2024

GENTLE GESTURES OF SELF
7.–30.03.2024
Opening: 7.03. at 6 pm

Participating artists: Andre Joosep Arming, Annamaari Hyttinen (FI), Cloe Jancis, Maria Izabella Lehtsaar, Taavi Rekkaro, Johanna Saikkonen (FI), Marleen Suvi, Elo Vahtrik
Curator: Kaisa Maasik

More info coming soon.

EKA Gallery
Kotzebue 1, Tallinn
Open Tue–Sat 12–18, free entry

More info:
eka.galerii@artun.ee

Posted by Kaisa Maasik — Permalink

“Gentle Gestures of Self” at EKA Gallery 7.–30.03.2024

Thursday 07 March, 2024 — Saturday 30 March, 2024

GENTLE GESTURES OF SELF
7.–30.03.2024
Opening: 7.03. at 6 pm

Participating artists: Andre Joosep Arming, Annamaari Hyttinen (FI), Cloe Jancis, Maria Izabella Lehtsaar, Taavi Rekkaro, Johanna Saikkonen (FI), Marleen Suvi, Elo Vahtrik
Curator: Kaisa Maasik

More info coming soon.

EKA Gallery
Kotzebue 1, Tallinn
Open Tue–Sat 12–18, free entry

More info:
eka.galerii@artun.ee

Posted by Kaisa Maasik — Permalink

13.02.2024

Night of the Anthropocene: EKA art and design MA students at Vent Space

17.30–18.00
Performative gathering “ “
Yuko Kinouchi, Tea Lemberpuu, Jane Muts, Maria Elise Remme, Jake Rhys Shepherd, Elo Vahtrik

We warmly invite you to slow down with us through a guided participatory gathering.

We were searching for a pause, stillness. So we ran through forests, we slept in caves, we followed the waters. Everything to escape the noise man has created. The rumor about the man-made room for silence reached our ears. We met John. He told us that after a while all you hear is the blood running within you. Heartbeat and all the sounds we were made of. There are things we can’t turn off.

In “ “ we ask you to join us to slow down, pause, and turn the attention within.

P.S. We ask you to leave your shoes and phone outside the room on arrival.

18.00–19.30
Workshop “Leaf Pounding”
Chloé Geinoz, Sven-Aleksander Mantsik, Vitor Pascal, Liza Tsindelian

The ‘Leaf pounding’ (this is the name of the technique of hammering plants onto paper or fabric in order to print them on it) project is a printing workshop using ecological and sustainable materials.

Our workshop is based on the different practices of the people in the group. It was important for us that everyone’s personal artistic touch could be found in the project: Liza uses second-hand materials, Chloé uses plants a lot, Vitor and Sven have a practice linked to printing techniques and critical text.

18.00–19.30
Installation “I Like Earth and Earth Likes Me”
Eleftheria Kofidou, Jana Mätas, Caroline Pajusaar, KitKit Para, Kadri Vahar, Edgar Volkov

The vertebral column is the main supporting structure of the body and mind, as the nerve cells within the spinal cord carry all the signals that are required to sustain the organism. These interlinked systems – all connected with our spine – control our every activity; our waking, dreaming, and sleeping and our stability depends on their successful collaboration. Our tired bones are only resting when lying on this soil, yet the Earth’s skin is becoming more and more occupied. What would become of our body landscapes after all? Our artificial remains shall be Earth’s new spine.

18.00–19.30
“Can I speak to the manager? It’s about the anthropocene”
Yvette Bathgate, Mihhail Boitsov, Katariina Kesküla, Merilin Põldsam, Kristi Vendelin

Collectively we explore interconnection through the process of binding; artworks, papers and text. A short manifesto style text, alongside five artworks will bind our individual expressions together and will be presented in installation and hand bound booklet formats.

The works have been made as part of the “Art in the Age of the Anthropocene” course for the EKA Contemporary Art and Design & Crafts MA students (supervisors Sandra Kossorotova, Linda Kaljundi).

Posted by Anu Vahtra — Permalink

Night of the Anthropocene: EKA art and design MA students at Vent Space

Tuesday 13 February, 2024

17.30–18.00
Performative gathering “ “
Yuko Kinouchi, Tea Lemberpuu, Jane Muts, Maria Elise Remme, Jake Rhys Shepherd, Elo Vahtrik

We warmly invite you to slow down with us through a guided participatory gathering.

We were searching for a pause, stillness. So we ran through forests, we slept in caves, we followed the waters. Everything to escape the noise man has created. The rumor about the man-made room for silence reached our ears. We met John. He told us that after a while all you hear is the blood running within you. Heartbeat and all the sounds we were made of. There are things we can’t turn off.

In “ “ we ask you to join us to slow down, pause, and turn the attention within.

P.S. We ask you to leave your shoes and phone outside the room on arrival.

18.00–19.30
Workshop “Leaf Pounding”
Chloé Geinoz, Sven-Aleksander Mantsik, Vitor Pascal, Liza Tsindelian

The ‘Leaf pounding’ (this is the name of the technique of hammering plants onto paper or fabric in order to print them on it) project is a printing workshop using ecological and sustainable materials.

Our workshop is based on the different practices of the people in the group. It was important for us that everyone’s personal artistic touch could be found in the project: Liza uses second-hand materials, Chloé uses plants a lot, Vitor and Sven have a practice linked to printing techniques and critical text.

18.00–19.30
Installation “I Like Earth and Earth Likes Me”
Eleftheria Kofidou, Jana Mätas, Caroline Pajusaar, KitKit Para, Kadri Vahar, Edgar Volkov

The vertebral column is the main supporting structure of the body and mind, as the nerve cells within the spinal cord carry all the signals that are required to sustain the organism. These interlinked systems – all connected with our spine – control our every activity; our waking, dreaming, and sleeping and our stability depends on their successful collaboration. Our tired bones are only resting when lying on this soil, yet the Earth’s skin is becoming more and more occupied. What would become of our body landscapes after all? Our artificial remains shall be Earth’s new spine.

18.00–19.30
“Can I speak to the manager? It’s about the anthropocene”
Yvette Bathgate, Mihhail Boitsov, Katariina Kesküla, Merilin Põldsam, Kristi Vendelin

Collectively we explore interconnection through the process of binding; artworks, papers and text. A short manifesto style text, alongside five artworks will bind our individual expressions together and will be presented in installation and hand bound booklet formats.

The works have been made as part of the “Art in the Age of the Anthropocene” course for the EKA Contemporary Art and Design & Crafts MA students (supervisors Sandra Kossorotova, Linda Kaljundi).

Posted by Anu Vahtra — Permalink

26.02.2024 — 28.02.2024

International wooden construction conference Forum Wood Building Baltic 2024

Forum Wood Building Baltic
26 February – 28 February 2024
Tallinn, Estonia
https://www.forum-woodbaltic.com/

We invite you to participate in the Forum Wood Building Baltic 2024 to be held on February 27 and 28 in Tallinn, Estonia. This year we have more than 40 speakers from 15 countries. 

 There is also an opportunity to participate in the thematic excursions on February 26th. Forum Wood Building Baltic is the main conference for architecture and engineering topics of wooden buildings in the Baltic region. The overarching theme of Forum Wood Building Baltic 2024 is integrated design where different disciplines come together with their own possibilities and limitations to cooperate and push the boundaries of innovation in timber construction.  

The main technical topics will be:

  • introduction to the second generation of Eurocode 5 (by the authors of different parts) 
  • design for manufacturing and assembly 
  • building physics of wooden houses 
  • energy performance, fire safety etc. 

 

The conference is a part of the international organization Forum Holzbau. Local hosts are Estonian Academy of Arts and Tallinn University of Technology.
 

Registration to the conference can be easily done here: https://www.forum-woodbaltic.com

 

The gala dinner on February 27th is included in all tickets.

Posted by Anna Tommingas — Permalink

International wooden construction conference Forum Wood Building Baltic 2024

Monday 26 February, 2024 — Wednesday 28 February, 2024

Forum Wood Building Baltic
26 February – 28 February 2024
Tallinn, Estonia
https://www.forum-woodbaltic.com/

We invite you to participate in the Forum Wood Building Baltic 2024 to be held on February 27 and 28 in Tallinn, Estonia. This year we have more than 40 speakers from 15 countries. 

 There is also an opportunity to participate in the thematic excursions on February 26th. Forum Wood Building Baltic is the main conference for architecture and engineering topics of wooden buildings in the Baltic region. The overarching theme of Forum Wood Building Baltic 2024 is integrated design where different disciplines come together with their own possibilities and limitations to cooperate and push the boundaries of innovation in timber construction.  

The main technical topics will be:

  • introduction to the second generation of Eurocode 5 (by the authors of different parts) 
  • design for manufacturing and assembly 
  • building physics of wooden houses 
  • energy performance, fire safety etc. 

 

The conference is a part of the international organization Forum Holzbau. Local hosts are Estonian Academy of Arts and Tallinn University of Technology.
 

Registration to the conference can be easily done here: https://www.forum-woodbaltic.com

 

The gala dinner on February 27th is included in all tickets.

Posted by Anna Tommingas — Permalink

19.02.2024 — 24.02.2024

Durational performance “The Embassy of Utopia” at EKA Gallery 19.–24.02.2024

“The Embassy of Utopia: Happiness for Everybody, Free of Charge, and May No One Be Left Behind!*”
EKA Gallery
19.–24.02.2024

Open Mon–Fri 12–9 pm & Sat 5–11 pm (part of the reception), free entry

 

The Institute of Meetings & Non-Meetings opens the Embassy of Utopia at the EKA Gallery on February 19th. On the final evening of the performative installation, February 24th, one hour after President Alar Karis steps up to the lectern at the Estonia Theatre to deliver Estonia’s most anticipated speech of the year, the Embassy of Utopia will present the year’s most unexpected speech.

The speech will not be written by artificial intelligence or a freelance poet. It will be written by those who gather at the Embassy, those seeking poetic refuge.

“We have dealt with speeches in the Institute’s and Paide Theatre’s previous projects and confirmed that the core of a good speech is a clear message. But the world is not clear, and it seems that every speech, aiming to bring clarity, spreads confusion. Therefore, we decided it was time to turn our backs on clarity and create a speech that acknowledges confusion,” says one of the participating artists, Jan Teevet.

“One might ask, what distinguishes the Embassy of Utopia’s speech from any much-maligned internet forum. The answer can be found in the phenomenon of meeting. From Monday to Friday, when the Embassy’s doors at the Estonian Academy of Arts are open to all passersby, dozens of groups will meet there, not aiming for a mediocre compromise, but to build bold connections between views, crises, and solutions that frame their personal realities today,” adds the Institute’s dramaturge, Oliver Issak.

“A clear message, a clear tax system, a clear line between good and evil — we often think that clarity takes care of everything and everyone on its own, not noticing that clarity can often be uncaring. Clear messages are easier to receive and categorize, but how to organise a reception for doubts?” asks sociologist and artist-researcher Margaret Tilk.

The Embassy of Utopia is open from February 19th–23rd from 12–9 pm and culminates in the Embassy of Utopia’s reception on February 24th at 5 pm.

Entry to the Embassy is free for all, and everyone is free to decide whether it is an exhibition, a theatre production, a workshop, a meeting, a political-poetic consecration, a deep hangout, a minimalist opera, or something else entirely. One may also choose not to decide.

The Embassy of Utopia’s daily life and nightly fiction are created and organised by Oliver Issak, Kairi Mändla, Jan Teevet, Taavi Teevet, and Margaret Tilk.

“The Embassy of Utopia: Happiness for everybody, free of charge, and may no one be left behind!” is the fourth event in the series of actions created by the Institute of Meetings and Non-Meetings. The doors of the Embassy of Utopia first opened in May 2023 at the invitation of the international literature festival Prima Vista and the European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024, with the subtitle “Longing for a different reality”, and from September, the Embassy of Utopia’s radio action goes live on Klassikaraadio on the last Sunday of every month. On December 31st, 2023, a 5-hour New Year’s Eve special was broadcasted on Klassikaraadio’s wavelength, “Embassy of Utopia: A Thousand Toasts to the Future”.

The Embassy of Utopia is a sanctuary for positive uncertainty, bold thought, and untamable imagination. 

* The title is based on the novel “Roadside Picnic” by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky.

 

The project is supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia.

Drinks at the reception provided by Põhjala Brewery.

 

More info:
Jan Teevet jan@instituut.art
Oliver Issak oliver@instituut.art
Margaret Tilk marga.tilk@gmail.com
www.instituut.art/utoopiasaatkond

Posted by Kaisa Maasik — Permalink

Durational performance “The Embassy of Utopia” at EKA Gallery 19.–24.02.2024

Monday 19 February, 2024 — Saturday 24 February, 2024

“The Embassy of Utopia: Happiness for Everybody, Free of Charge, and May No One Be Left Behind!*”
EKA Gallery
19.–24.02.2024

Open Mon–Fri 12–9 pm & Sat 5–11 pm (part of the reception), free entry

 

The Institute of Meetings & Non-Meetings opens the Embassy of Utopia at the EKA Gallery on February 19th. On the final evening of the performative installation, February 24th, one hour after President Alar Karis steps up to the lectern at the Estonia Theatre to deliver Estonia’s most anticipated speech of the year, the Embassy of Utopia will present the year’s most unexpected speech.

The speech will not be written by artificial intelligence or a freelance poet. It will be written by those who gather at the Embassy, those seeking poetic refuge.

“We have dealt with speeches in the Institute’s and Paide Theatre’s previous projects and confirmed that the core of a good speech is a clear message. But the world is not clear, and it seems that every speech, aiming to bring clarity, spreads confusion. Therefore, we decided it was time to turn our backs on clarity and create a speech that acknowledges confusion,” says one of the participating artists, Jan Teevet.

“One might ask, what distinguishes the Embassy of Utopia’s speech from any much-maligned internet forum. The answer can be found in the phenomenon of meeting. From Monday to Friday, when the Embassy’s doors at the Estonian Academy of Arts are open to all passersby, dozens of groups will meet there, not aiming for a mediocre compromise, but to build bold connections between views, crises, and solutions that frame their personal realities today,” adds the Institute’s dramaturge, Oliver Issak.

“A clear message, a clear tax system, a clear line between good and evil — we often think that clarity takes care of everything and everyone on its own, not noticing that clarity can often be uncaring. Clear messages are easier to receive and categorize, but how to organise a reception for doubts?” asks sociologist and artist-researcher Margaret Tilk.

The Embassy of Utopia is open from February 19th–23rd from 12–9 pm and culminates in the Embassy of Utopia’s reception on February 24th at 5 pm.

Entry to the Embassy is free for all, and everyone is free to decide whether it is an exhibition, a theatre production, a workshop, a meeting, a political-poetic consecration, a deep hangout, a minimalist opera, or something else entirely. One may also choose not to decide.

The Embassy of Utopia’s daily life and nightly fiction are created and organised by Oliver Issak, Kairi Mändla, Jan Teevet, Taavi Teevet, and Margaret Tilk.

“The Embassy of Utopia: Happiness for everybody, free of charge, and may no one be left behind!” is the fourth event in the series of actions created by the Institute of Meetings and Non-Meetings. The doors of the Embassy of Utopia first opened in May 2023 at the invitation of the international literature festival Prima Vista and the European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024, with the subtitle “Longing for a different reality”, and from September, the Embassy of Utopia’s radio action goes live on Klassikaraadio on the last Sunday of every month. On December 31st, 2023, a 5-hour New Year’s Eve special was broadcasted on Klassikaraadio’s wavelength, “Embassy of Utopia: A Thousand Toasts to the Future”.

The Embassy of Utopia is a sanctuary for positive uncertainty, bold thought, and untamable imagination. 

* The title is based on the novel “Roadside Picnic” by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky.

 

The project is supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia.

Drinks at the reception provided by Põhjala Brewery.

 

More info:
Jan Teevet jan@instituut.art
Oliver Issak oliver@instituut.art
Margaret Tilk marga.tilk@gmail.com
www.instituut.art/utoopiasaatkond

Posted by Kaisa Maasik — Permalink

30.01.2024

Graphic Design MA programme’s online info session 2024

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MA in Graphic Design
Online info session
Tuesday, 30 January 2024, 18:00–19:00h EET (local Estonian time) / 17:00h CET / 16:00h GMT … 

We invite prospective students to join the Master of Arts in Graphic Design at the Estonian Academy of Arts for our Online Info Session on 30 January, 18:00–19:00h EET. This will be an opportunity to hear more about the program, to meet and ask questions directly from teachers and students.

REGISTER HERE

Please register by Monday, 29 January 2024, 15:00h EET.

A zoom-link will be e-mailed out to all registrants a few hours before the event starts.
If you have any questions please write to: maria.keskula@artun.ee
Posted by Maarja Pabut — Permalink

Graphic Design MA programme’s online info session 2024

Tuesday 30 January, 2024

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MA in Graphic Design
Online info session
Tuesday, 30 January 2024, 18:00–19:00h EET (local Estonian time) / 17:00h CET / 16:00h GMT … 

We invite prospective students to join the Master of Arts in Graphic Design at the Estonian Academy of Arts for our Online Info Session on 30 January, 18:00–19:00h EET. This will be an opportunity to hear more about the program, to meet and ask questions directly from teachers and students.

REGISTER HERE

Please register by Monday, 29 January 2024, 15:00h EET.

A zoom-link will be e-mailed out to all registrants a few hours before the event starts.
If you have any questions please write to: maria.keskula@artun.ee
Posted by Maarja Pabut — Permalink

30.01.2024

Animation MA programme online info session 2024

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EKA Animation MA programme invites prospective master’s students to join the programme’s online info session on Tuesday, January 30, 2024 at 17:00 EET (local Estonian time).

This will be a good opportunity to hear more about the programme and to meet and ask questions directly from the people of animation department – both the teaching staff and the current students.

The online info session will be hosted online over Zoom and the link will be e-mailed out to all registrants 2 hours before the start of the event.

If you would like to attend, please register online through the form below.

Register HERE

 

More information about the Animation MA programme:

Admissions period starts on the 1st of February 2024 and application deadline is 4th of March 2024.

https://artun.ee/admissions

Posted by Maarja Pabut — Permalink

Animation MA programme online info session 2024

Tuesday 30 January, 2024

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EKA Animation MA programme invites prospective master’s students to join the programme’s online info session on Tuesday, January 30, 2024 at 17:00 EET (local Estonian time).

This will be a good opportunity to hear more about the programme and to meet and ask questions directly from the people of animation department – both the teaching staff and the current students.

The online info session will be hosted online over Zoom and the link will be e-mailed out to all registrants 2 hours before the start of the event.

If you would like to attend, please register online through the form below.

Register HERE

 

More information about the Animation MA programme:

Admissions period starts on the 1st of February 2024 and application deadline is 4th of March 2024.

https://artun.ee/admissions

Posted by Maarja Pabut — Permalink