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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 ...

SUVA Type Foundry

On Tuesday, September 11 5-7PM Department of Graphic Design of Estonian Academy of Arts (EKA GD) will open SUVA Type Foundry exhibition at the XIII Disainiöö at Telliskivi Loomelinnak’s Green Hall (Telliskivi 60a, Tallinn) on the occasion of a new web platform SUVA Type Foundry launch. SUVA Type Foundry Specimen No. 1 will be published during the same week. SUVA Type Foundry web ...

Open lecture by Charon Kransen “Has contemporary jewelry matured?”

Charon Kransen established Charon Kransen Arts in New York City in 1993, in order to promote exciting jewelry from around the world in North America. The work is presented annually at various American art fairs, such as SOFA New York, SOFA Chicago, SOFA Santa Fe and Art Palm Beach and the Int. Art and Design Fair in New York and at select galleries specializing in contemporary crafts and ...
  • The Design & Crafts programme provides students with plenty of freedom as well as responsibility. The flexibility of the programme encourages student to try different ways to materialise ideas and learn new techniques and methods beyond their specialisation. The variety of courses and workshops provide a versatile and multifaceted education, giving students a lot of control over their individual paths.
    Marie Vinter
    MA Design & Crafts (Textile Design) ‘17

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