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A-Galerii’s Window Exhibitions: Haagensen/Toomik-Kivisild

“An Octopus’ Garden Of Silly Delights” and “Morfosis” window exhibitions by artists Ulvi Haagensen (and Aksel Haagensen) and Ihan Toomik & Andreas Kivisild at A-Galerii are open till February 27th.  Ulvi Haagensen “An Octopus’ Garden Of Silly Delights”  “In a world on the brink of ecological disaster; a world coming to terms with a deadly virus; a world where belligerent and inflammatory ...
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Design & Crafts MA programme’s Online Open House

The Design & Crafts MA programme invites prospective MA students to join the programme’s Online Open House on Thursday, February 4, 2021 at 17:00 (GMT+2). This will be a good opportunity to hear more about the programme, and to meet and ask questions directly from the department staff and current students. The open house event will be hosted online over Zoom. If you would like to attend, ...
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“Threshold” group exhibition

Department of Jewellery and Blacksmithing opens “Threshold” on Friday, September 4, at 18.00, The group exhibition features works by six young artists who are currently studying in the Department of Jewellery and Blacksmithing at the Estonian Academy of Arts. Each seeks to delineate the physical boundaries and conceptual possibilities of thresholds or their inherent potential for ...
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New international business opportunities for the design students of EKA

For the first time ever, a course that would help the students get a grasp of the business world and reach international markets was held for the MA-students from fashion, textile, accessories’ and jewellery design departments at the Estonian Academy of Arts. Ending with a rare opportunity to pitch newly refined brands and concepts to influential Scandinavian investors and entrepreneurs, 13th ...
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Design students of the Estonian Academy of Arts reach out to the international markets

On 13th December, the MA-students from fashion, textile, accessories’ and jewellery design at the Estonian Academy of Arts (EKA) will get a rare chance to pitch their newly refined brands and concepts to influential Scandinavian entrepreneurs and investors. They will come all the way to see which next big ideas will get a little help to grow and emerge from the local design market to an ...
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Triin Kukk and Erinn M. Cox at A-galerii: “Too Much”

TOO MUCH / LIIGA PALJU Triin Kukk and Erinn M. Cox We always want more. We are constantly overwhelmed and filled with confusion and excitement of how to think, feel and react to what happens to us and around us. We conjure images and words that blur the edges of reality, often falling into obsessions where we can’t seem to get enough, to express enough. We crave reckless love, endless joy, ...
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Estonian artist´s in Hangzhou Contemporary International Jewelry and Metal Art Triennial

21 Grams, 2018 Hangzhou Contemporary International Jewelry and Metal Art Triennial Under the title 21 grams Ruudt Peters has organized a jewelry exhibition where a large number of artists where asked to make a jewel with the weight and content of the soul 21 grams, to develop specifically for this exhibition. There will be an equal number of western and eastern artists invited to take part at ...
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HANNA HANSEL in HOP Gallery

The co-exhibition of two young jewellery artists – Hanna-Maria Vanaküla and Hansel Tai– will be opened in Hop Gallery at 6pm on Friday, September 28th, 2018. Hanna-Maria (1987) is an Estonian jewellery artist and optometrist. She is currently finishing her MA studies in the department of jewellery and blacksmithing at the Estonian Academy of Arts. Hansel (1994) is a Chinese artist and ...
  • Our Jewellery and Blacksmithing department is really strong in the field of contemporary jewellery. I learned not only technical or artistic approaches, but also the philosophy of jewellery art. In addition to being remarkable artists and teachers, Kadri Mälk and Tanel Veenre also give great business advice, like artist-gallery etiquette, image development, professionalism, etc.
    Sofia Hallik
    MA Jewellery and Blacksmithing '15
    Current PhD student