Practices

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Study trips
Institute of Art History and Visual Culture bachelor’s degree students take two practical training trips each spring – one in Estonia, the other to a different country. During the practical training, students gain in-depth knowledge about the art and architectural history of a particular region or city. Students take part in preparing a travel guide and deliver presentations regarding the sites visited. In the master’s degree programme, study trips take a more specialized focus, visiting major exhibitions and events, museums and other art institutions in other countries.

 Practical training
The second-year BA students receive practical training in various Estonian art and architecture museums.
The MA programme’s practical trainings are tied to the student’s chosen area of specialization. Students in the Art History module receive practical training as editorial interns at an Estonian art, design or architectural publication. In the Museology module, the practical training involves carrying out an exhibition project at an art museum. In the Curatorial Studies module, the students receive practical training in exhibition installation and exhibition design issues, as well as in operating a gallery.

General art history practical training trips

2019 Poland

2018 Tuscany

2017 Munich

(supervised by Tiina Abel, Liisa-Helena Lumberg)

2016 Greece

(supervised by Oliver Orro, Liisa-Helena Lumberg)

2015 Vienna-Brno

(supervised by Kristina Jõekalda)

2014 Amsterdam

(juhendajad Katrin Kivimaa, Greta Koppel, Karin Nugis)

2013 Paris

(supervised by Krista Kodres, Karin Nugis)

2012 Stockholm

(supervised by Andres Kurg, Karin Nugis)

2011 Rome

(supervised by Anu Allas)

2010 St Petersburg

(supervised by Anu Allas)

2009 Berlin-Dresden

(supervised by Anu Allas)

2008 Moscow

(supervised by Katrin Kivimaa and Mari-Liis Paaver)

2007 Denmark

(with Tartu University art history students, supervised by Eva Näripea)

2006 The Netherlands and Flanders

(supervised by Mariann Raisma)

2005 Greece

2004 England

(with Tartu University art history students, supervised by Kaur Alttoa and Mart Kalm)

2003 Northern France

(supervised by Mart Kalm)

2002 Northern Italy

(supervised by Mart Kalm)

2001 Turkey

(supervised by Juhan Maiste)

1999-2000 The Netherlands

(supervised by Ene Lamp and Kaia Lehari)

1998 St Petersburg

(supervised by Ella Mutt)

1997 Spain

(supervised by Mart Kalm)

1996 Bavaria and Switzerland

(supervised by Mart Kalm)

1995 Vienna and Italy

(supervised by Mart Kalm)

1994 South of France

(supervised by Mart Kalm)

Estonian Art History practical training trips

2017 Viljandimaa

(supervised by Tiina Abel, Liisa-Helena Lumberg)

2016 Võru- ja Valgamaa

(supervised by Andres Kurg, Karin Nugis)

2014 MUHU- JA SAAREMAA

(supervised by Kristina Jõekalda, Andres Kurg, Ingrid Ruudi, Oliver Orro)

2013 HARJUMAA

(supervised by Kristina Jõekalda)

2012 IDA-VIRUMAA

(supervised by Kristina Jõekalda)

2011 VIDZEME

(supervised by Kristina Jõekalda, Epp Lankots)

2010 PEIPSI-ÄÄRE

(supervised by Epp Lankots)

2009 PÕLVA- JA SETUMAA

(supervised by Epp Lankots)

2008 PÄRNUMAA

(supervised by Epp Lankots)

2007 VALGAMAA

(supervised by Epp Lankots)

2006 IDA-VIRUMAA

(supervised by Krista Kodres)

2005 HIIUMAA

(supervised by Krista Kodres)

2004 LÄÄNEMAA

(supervised by Krista Kodres)

2003 KAGU-EESTI

(supervised by Krista Kodres)

2002 LÄÄNE-VIRUMAA JA JÄRVAMAA

(supervised by Krista Kodres)

2001 PEIPSI-ÄÄRE

(supervised by Krista Kodres)

2000 SAAREMAA

(supervised by Kersti Markus, Tiina Abel, Juhan Maiste)

1999 KESK-EESTI

(supervised by Juhan Maiste)

1998 PETERBURI

(supervised by Ella Mutt)

1997 IDA-VIRUMAA

(supervised by Juhan Maiste)

1996 PÕHJA-LÄTI

(supervised by Juhan Maiste)

1995? LAHEMAA

(supervised by Epp Kangilaski)

Russian Cultural History study trips

Professor David Vseviov’s class “Russian culture and politics” includes a field trip to a significant destination in Russia or its sphere of cultural influence.

2018 Kaliningrad

2017 Kiiev & Lviv

2016 Venemaa Kuldne ring

2015 Valgevene

2014 Novgorod

2013 Peterburg