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News and events

Estonia, Finland, and Sweden to leverage service design in hospitals

Estonia, Finland, and Sweden to leverage service design in hospitals

Co-Designing Healthcare, a 2-year joint initiative of Estonian, Finnish, and Swedish higher education and healthcare institutions, will help identify and co-design solutions to hospitals' challenges. On Monday, 12 November, 2018 Estonian Academy of Arts in collaboration with Estonian Connected Health Cluster, North Estonia Medical Centre, and project partners from Finland and Sweden, ...

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 ...

Fashion exhibition “Illuminatsion” bring light to the world of shadows

Creative director: Liisi Eesmaa Producer: Piret Puppart Photographer: Riina Varol Model: Äli Kiivet Make-up: Gerda Miller Sound design: Karl Martin Kelder Light solutions: Luigi Heinmaa Editor: Stuart Garlick Graphic design: Johanna Ruukholm The Estonian Academy of Arts’ fashion design department exhibition “Illumination”  is inspired by the unearthly: light and will-o’-the-wisps shed light ...

Seminar “Textile Futures: Design Research Meets the Industry”

September 12, 16:00–19:00 @Estonian Academy of Arts Design Research as a growing field contributes new ways of living to the world. While amazing things happen tinkering in one’s lab or basement, the potential impact grows exponentially when collaborating with the industry and the society. We look into examples where research knowledge escapes the university walls and weaves itself as part of ...
  • 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

Student Work

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Kelian Luisk, shoes, 2015