Overview

The first students were accepted in the PhD programme at the Estonian Academy of Arts in 1995. The first doctoral theses were defended in the same year by external students (see the defended theses). In 2002, the curricula for architecture, art history, as well as cultural heritage and restoration were accredited.

In 2005, the Doctoral School was established at the Estonian Academy of Arts and a New Media and Design curriculum was added (since 2007, the Art and Design curriculum).

The decision-making bodies for the EAA doctoral studies and research in general are the board of the Doctoral School and the EAA Research Council.

 

News and events

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Exhibition “Tangibility Matters” Sofia Hallik

Exhibition dates: 15.11.2018 12-18 16.11.2018 12-20 Sofia Hallik’s “Tangibility Matters” exhibition finissage takes place on Friday, November 16th, in the ARS Project Room at 18.00. Peer-review event takes place in Nov 16th, at 14.00 in ARS Project Room (Pärnu mnt 154, Tallinn) Supervisors: prof Kadri Mälk and dr Jaak Tomberg Peer - reviewers: dr Kärt Ojavee and dr Raivo Kelomees Works ...
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Seminar: Using Psychoanalysis in Artistic Research

Date: November 19, 2018 at 14.00 – 17.30 Venue: Estonian Academy of Arts, Põhja pst 7, room A502 Lecturer: Pia Sivenius The idea of using psychoanalysis for artistic research seems tempting for artists in various fields, designers and architects. The aim of the seminar is to introduce the cornerstones of the theories of psychoanalysis and reflect on their uses in the field of arts. The ...
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Intensive seminar in art history with Anthony Gardner

Intensive seminar in art history with Anthony Gardner “Exhibition Histories and Post-Socialism” Date and time: September: 24-27, at 15.00-18.00 Venue: Estonian Academy of Arts, Põhja pst 7, Tallinn, room A303 (Sept 25, room A302) Dr Anthony Gardner is art historian working at the intersection of political theory and art and exhibition histories since the early 1950s. He is an Associate ...
Intensive seminar in art history with Anthony Gardner

Intensive seminar in art history with Anthony Gardner

Intensive seminar in art history with Anthony Gardner “Exhibition Histories and Post-Socialism” Date and time: September: 24-27, at 15.00-18.00 Venue: Estonian Academy of Arts, Põhja pst 7, Tallinn, room A303 (Sept 25, room A302) Dr Anthony Gardner is art historian working at the intersection of political theory and art and exhibition histories since the early 1950s. He is an Associate ...
Overview

Overview

The first students were accepted in the PhD programme at the Estonian Academy of Arts in 1995. The first doctoral theses were defended in the same year by external students (see the defended theses). In 2002, the curricula for architecture, art history, as well as cultural heritage and restoration were accredited. In 2005, the Doctoral School was established at the Estonian Academy of Arts ...

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CONTACTS

 

Liina Unt

Head of the Art and Design PhD curriculum
E-mail: liina.unt@artun.ee
Meetings by appointment

 

Krista Kodres

Head of the Doctoral School
E-mail: krista.kodres@artun.ee
Meetings by appointment

 

Elika Kiilo-Kulpsoo

Coordinator of Doctoral Studies
E-mail: elika.kiilo@artun.ee

Mobile: (+372) 53 068 909
Estonia pst 7, room 535
Meetings by appointment