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revaluing urban nature

Re-Valuing Nature: A Conversation Between Wastelands and Wetlands

On the 21st of May, the first year students of the EKA’s Urban Studies program launched the website Re-valuing nature: A conversation ...
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David Vseviov named professor emeritus

On May 19th, the Senate of the Estonian Academy of Arts named professor David Vseviov professor emeritus, effective from September 1st, 2020. ...
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Urban Ethnography Collaborative Research Projects

Taking urban environmental imaginaries and technoecologies of (hard or soft) urban infrastructure as a starting point, the Urban Ethnography ...
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The Institute of Art History and Visual Culture offers more online content during the emergency

The Institute of Art History and Visual Culture updated their website in order to offer more online content and thus keep contributing to public ...
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Next two open lectures on architecture canceled

We are sad to say that the next two open lectures on architecture are canceled: March 26 Klaske Havik April 16 Petras Išora ja Ona Lozuraitytė ...
“Remembering Difficult Knowledge in the Baltic Visual Culture” (MOBJD, 2019–2021)

“Remembering Difficult Knowledge in the Baltic Visual Culture” (MOBJD, 2019–2021)

This research program focuses on how difficult knowledge has been transmitted in the visual culture of the Baltic States, in works of visual art, ...
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Institute of Art History and Visual Culture became a Member of RIHA

The International Association of Research Institutes in the History of Art (RIHA) has accepted the Institute of Art History and Visual Culture as ...
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“Forecast and Fantasy in Late Soviet Architecture” (PUT, 2020–2023)

The research project “Forecast and Fantasy in Late Soviet Architecture” proposes to write a history of fantasy in Late-Soviet architecture, ...
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“Patterns of Development in Estonian Culture of the Transition Period (1986–1998)” (PUT 2020–2024)

The research project “Patterns of Development in Estonian Culture of the Transition Period (1986–1998)” sets out to investigate the cultural ...
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Erasmus+ Project Re/Forma Viva

One of the key factors in cultural heritage protection is education that would show importance of using various tools for the promotion of shared ...