Events

04.02.2015 — 15.03.2015

CALL FOR PROJECT NOMINATIONS ELIA NEU/NOW FESTIVAL 2015

NeuNowFestival

The European League of Institutes of the Arts (ELIA) is pleased to announce the 7th ELIA NEU/NOW Festival 2015 and is inviting proposals for projects.
Nominations of projects can be submitted via the NEU/NOW Nomination Tool at www.elia-artschools.org/neunow.
The deadline for nominations is 15 March 2015.
The ELIA NEU/NOW Festival is an innovative international platform and showcase for talented graduating students and recent graduates (within one year of graduation) – of Higher Arts Education Institutions and Universities across Europe and beyond – to present themselves to a wide international audience.
From the nominated projects, a maximum of 150 projects across all categories will be presented online at www.neunow.com, which is widely accessible to arts professionals and the public.

A selection of projects will be presented in the ELIA NEU/NOW LIVE Festival 2015 that will take place 09-13 September 2015 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

The ELIA NEU/NOW online Festival is open to arts students in their final year of study and recent graduates (within one year of graduation) of Higher Arts Education Institutions across Europe and beyond, which are ELIA members, ELIA associate members or ELIA non-European members.

The call for entry to this competition is also open to members of the following partner networks:
+ AEC-European Association of Conservatories
+ CILECT-International Association of Film and Television Schools
+ Cumulus

For more information, please visit the NEU/NOW Activity Pageon the ELIA Website

Want to know more about NEU/NOW?
Watch the trailer of the 2013 LIVE edition in Amsterdam:

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CALL FOR PROJECT NOMINATIONS ELIA NEU/NOW FESTIVAL 2015

Wednesday 04 February, 2015 — Sunday 15 March, 2015

NeuNowFestival

The European League of Institutes of the Arts (ELIA) is pleased to announce the 7th ELIA NEU/NOW Festival 2015 and is inviting proposals for projects.
Nominations of projects can be submitted via the NEU/NOW Nomination Tool at www.elia-artschools.org/neunow.
The deadline for nominations is 15 March 2015.
The ELIA NEU/NOW Festival is an innovative international platform and showcase for talented graduating students and recent graduates (within one year of graduation) – of Higher Arts Education Institutions and Universities across Europe and beyond – to present themselves to a wide international audience.
From the nominated projects, a maximum of 150 projects across all categories will be presented online at www.neunow.com, which is widely accessible to arts professionals and the public.

A selection of projects will be presented in the ELIA NEU/NOW LIVE Festival 2015 that will take place 09-13 September 2015 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

The ELIA NEU/NOW online Festival is open to arts students in their final year of study and recent graduates (within one year of graduation) of Higher Arts Education Institutions across Europe and beyond, which are ELIA members, ELIA associate members or ELIA non-European members.

The call for entry to this competition is also open to members of the following partner networks:
+ AEC-European Association of Conservatories
+ CILECT-International Association of Film and Television Schools
+ Cumulus

For more information, please visit the NEU/NOW Activity Pageon the ELIA Website

Want to know more about NEU/NOW?
Watch the trailer of the 2013 LIVE edition in Amsterdam:

Posted by Solveig Jahnke — Permalink

04.02.2015

Semiosalon launches its fifth season: today a lecture and film by Carlo Cubero

Semiosalong launches its fifth season. The seminar series takes place both in Tartu, where the general theme is to make natural sciences meet humanities, and in Tallinn, where we are searching for the common ground of Semiotics and Anthropology through the theme of participant observation.
In Tallinn, Semiosalong is a part of the bachelor curriculum of Anthropology in Estonian Institute of Humanities, which is referred to in the name of the cycle: course code HIA6107.
The seminars take place in a new location – wine lounge Paar Veini (Sauna 1). In the opening seminar, EHI Anthropology professor Carlo Cubero screens the film “Mangrove Music” (60 mins).
This documentary follows music groups from the island of Culebra, one of the Virgin Islands in the northeastern Caribbean. This documentary was produced within a larger project that examined the processes and relationships that constitute a unique Caribbean island identities. The screening will be accompanied by a talk that reflects on the the different methodological issues of using audiovisual media as an intrinsic part of anthropological research.
Carlo Cubero is a full-time Associate Professor of Social & Cultural Anthropology at Tallinn University where he lectures and coordinates the post-graduate program.
Cubero holds a PhD in Social Anthropology using Visual Media from the University of Manchester, where he specialized in the contemporary Caribbean and Visual Anthropology. Some of the core themes of his research are island identities, transnationalism, tourism development, Atlantic studies, Caribbean music and the application of the audiovisual medium in
social science research.
The event is free admission.
See you in Semiosalong!

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Semiosalon launches its fifth season: today a lecture and film by Carlo Cubero

Wednesday 04 February, 2015

Semiosalong launches its fifth season. The seminar series takes place both in Tartu, where the general theme is to make natural sciences meet humanities, and in Tallinn, where we are searching for the common ground of Semiotics and Anthropology through the theme of participant observation.
In Tallinn, Semiosalong is a part of the bachelor curriculum of Anthropology in Estonian Institute of Humanities, which is referred to in the name of the cycle: course code HIA6107.
The seminars take place in a new location – wine lounge Paar Veini (Sauna 1). In the opening seminar, EHI Anthropology professor Carlo Cubero screens the film “Mangrove Music” (60 mins).
This documentary follows music groups from the island of Culebra, one of the Virgin Islands in the northeastern Caribbean. This documentary was produced within a larger project that examined the processes and relationships that constitute a unique Caribbean island identities. The screening will be accompanied by a talk that reflects on the the different methodological issues of using audiovisual media as an intrinsic part of anthropological research.
Carlo Cubero is a full-time Associate Professor of Social & Cultural Anthropology at Tallinn University where he lectures and coordinates the post-graduate program.
Cubero holds a PhD in Social Anthropology using Visual Media from the University of Manchester, where he specialized in the contemporary Caribbean and Visual Anthropology. Some of the core themes of his research are island identities, transnationalism, tourism development, Atlantic studies, Caribbean music and the application of the audiovisual medium in
social science research.
The event is free admission.
See you in Semiosalong!

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07.02.2015

LAIK opens its first exhibition in Haapsalu

The interdisciplinary art group LAIK invites you to the opening of their first retrospective exhibition in Haapsalu Linnagalerii [City Gallery]! For the audience from Tallinn we offer bus transportation.

Aim of the exhibition is to show our work process so far. In addition to video as well as sound and room installations we conduct in the course of the exhibition time also improvisational sound and performance art workshops.

At the opening 07.02.2015 at 15:00 a concert-workshop takes place conducted by Gerhard Lock and Juhan Vihterpal.

BUS-INFO:

For audience from Tallinn a 23-seated bus (EstBus OÜ) is organized, starting 07.02.2015 at 13.30 in Georg Ots street next to Estonia Theatre building. Transportation back to Tallinn starts approximately 17:30.

To register to the bus we kindly ask you to write an email to Kaspar: aus.kaspar@gmail.com. Please add your name and your telephone number.

ABOUT LAIK:

LAIK as a group started in November 2012 and its members are active in several different art practices. The collaboration of the artists was triggered by trying out different dialogue forms, aiming to support comprehending conscious and subconscious memory chain-processes both in the group and for the audience in a manner that the processes themselves become the outcome. If consciousnesses meet they just not only share knowledge. They change it, reshape, re-narrate – create new memory chains, being recorded (documented) in the socially constructed collective body, which has ben called by LAIK “Objekt MU [Object MY]”.

“Valgustung [Light appetence]” represents the next phase of the above described process, where several different spiritual as well as vision, tactile and auditory perception related concepts like awakening, opening, emancipation, setting free, appetence towards light are mirrored.

Group members: Anu Vask, Gerhard Lock, Jekaterina Kultajeva, Juhan Vihterpal, Kaspar Aus, Kristino Rav

We are thankful to the following supporters of the exhibition: Eesti Kultuurkapital [Estonian Cultural Endowment], EKA Uusmeedia õppetool [Estonian Arts Academy New Media Department] , OÜ Aare autod [Aare Cars], Loomeheli [Creativesound] OÜ, LaborArtory. Special thanks goes to the curator Agur Kruusing from Haapsalu Linnagalerii [City Gallery] and Hans-Gunter Lock (Loomeheli & EKA) for technical support.

The audience bus transportation is offered by EstBus OÜ.

LAIK homepage:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/LAIK/495481393884046

See you there!

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LAIK opens its first exhibition in Haapsalu

Saturday 07 February, 2015

The interdisciplinary art group LAIK invites you to the opening of their first retrospective exhibition in Haapsalu Linnagalerii [City Gallery]! For the audience from Tallinn we offer bus transportation.

Aim of the exhibition is to show our work process so far. In addition to video as well as sound and room installations we conduct in the course of the exhibition time also improvisational sound and performance art workshops.

At the opening 07.02.2015 at 15:00 a concert-workshop takes place conducted by Gerhard Lock and Juhan Vihterpal.

BUS-INFO:

For audience from Tallinn a 23-seated bus (EstBus OÜ) is organized, starting 07.02.2015 at 13.30 in Georg Ots street next to Estonia Theatre building. Transportation back to Tallinn starts approximately 17:30.

To register to the bus we kindly ask you to write an email to Kaspar: aus.kaspar@gmail.com. Please add your name and your telephone number.

ABOUT LAIK:

LAIK as a group started in November 2012 and its members are active in several different art practices. The collaboration of the artists was triggered by trying out different dialogue forms, aiming to support comprehending conscious and subconscious memory chain-processes both in the group and for the audience in a manner that the processes themselves become the outcome. If consciousnesses meet they just not only share knowledge. They change it, reshape, re-narrate – create new memory chains, being recorded (documented) in the socially constructed collective body, which has ben called by LAIK “Objekt MU [Object MY]”.

“Valgustung [Light appetence]” represents the next phase of the above described process, where several different spiritual as well as vision, tactile and auditory perception related concepts like awakening, opening, emancipation, setting free, appetence towards light are mirrored.

Group members: Anu Vask, Gerhard Lock, Jekaterina Kultajeva, Juhan Vihterpal, Kaspar Aus, Kristino Rav

We are thankful to the following supporters of the exhibition: Eesti Kultuurkapital [Estonian Cultural Endowment], EKA Uusmeedia õppetool [Estonian Arts Academy New Media Department] , OÜ Aare autod [Aare Cars], Loomeheli [Creativesound] OÜ, LaborArtory. Special thanks goes to the curator Agur Kruusing from Haapsalu Linnagalerii [City Gallery] and Hans-Gunter Lock (Loomeheli & EKA) for technical support.

The audience bus transportation is offered by EstBus OÜ.

LAIK homepage:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/LAIK/495481393884046

See you there!

Posted by Solveig Jahnke — Permalink

05.02.2015 — 28.02.2015

February events at Tartu Art Museum

Lots of stuff going on in Tartu, the second largest town in Estonia. Visit the Tartu Art Museum for the exciting contemporary art shows and events! It’s worth your visit!

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February events at Tartu Art Museum

Thursday 05 February, 2015 — Saturday 28 February, 2015

Lots of stuff going on in Tartu, the second largest town in Estonia. Visit the Tartu Art Museum for the exciting contemporary art shows and events! It’s worth your visit!

Posted by Solveig Jahnke — Permalink

09.04.2015 — 11.04.2015

Tallinn Book Fair

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Tallinn Book Fair

Thursday 09 April, 2015 — Saturday 11 April, 2015

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16.01.2015 — 08.02.2015

Group show by MA students from the Estonian Academy of Arts /16.01.2015 – 08.02. 2015

Posted by Piret Mägi — Permalink

Group show by MA students from the Estonian Academy of Arts /16.01.2015 – 08.02. 2015

Friday 16 January, 2015 — Sunday 08 February, 2015

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31.10.2014 — 22.03.2015

A Hundred Years of Art Education in Tallinn. Works by Professors Emeriti of the Estonian Academy of Arts

Posted by Piret Mägi — Permalink

A Hundred Years of Art Education in Tallinn. Works by Professors Emeriti of the Estonian Academy of Arts

Friday 31 October, 2014 — Sunday 22 March, 2015

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24.09.2014 — 17.10.2014

TimeAxis 100 Exhibition of past student work from the EAA Department of Textile Design

Posted by Merilin Talumaa — Permalink

TimeAxis 100 Exhibition of past student work from the EAA Department of Textile Design

Wednesday 24 September, 2014 — Friday 17 October, 2014

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20.03.2014 — 22.03.2014

POP-UP SHOP: EAA TEXTILE 100

Posted by Kristel Laurits — Permalink

POP-UP SHOP: EAA TEXTILE 100

Thursday 20 March, 2014 — Saturday 22 March, 2014

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