New media is a contemporary art discipline that is focused on technological experimentation and digital technologies that fall outside the traditional concept of fine arts. This spectre, which covers interactive, sound and audiovisual art, is present, as an interdisciplinary mix, in the professional practice of the department graduates. Our graduates work as artists, television producers, multimedia designers, entrepreneurs and technological artists. The list of our alumni includes Piibe Piirma, Mart Normet, Eve Arpo, Taavi Suisalu, Juhan Soomets, Tõnis Jürgens and Hannes Aasamets.


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Hans-Gunter Lock participates at SMC (Sound and Music Computation) conference with the sound and light installation “ImproRecorderBot”, which takes place from July 4th to 8th at Aalto University (Espoo, Finland). The main object is an automatic recorder. which is placed in an environment of electronic sounds and colored lights. Have a view to the demonstration video:
Friday, May 26th from 8PM takes place the first year new media student’s semester project presentations. The Loaction: PADA: Kalasadama 6, Tallinn. More infomations from Facebook: https://et-ee.facebook.com/events/811016259054431/
From May 18th to 31st takes place New Media’s alumni exibition “The Artist´s room” at Supersonicum Sound Gallery in Viljandi (Estonia). For more informations read from Facebook.
During Tallinn Music Week our new media students Sten Saarits, Liisi Küla and Aivar Tõnso participate with the sound and video installation “Otse” (Direct), which is opened from March. 30th until April. 2nd. The installation is situated at Reisijate street nearby the Tallinn Baltic Train Station.
New media student Karl Saks won the Estonian Theatre Dance Price of the year 2016. The Estonian Theatre Prize Gala took place a March, 27th 2017 at the new renovated Ugala Theatre in Viljandi (Southern Estonia).
At this exhibition, there are quite a few timers that tick, hum, sing or otherwise sound the time, along with four artists of various ages that measure different temporal and spatial experiences. Not that any of them are demented by youth, or infirmed by age but none of them plays their role in society in a dignified or safe way, or by dismissing challenges. It could be said that the ...
At Saturday December, 12th 2016 takes place the master student’s semester exhibition MIMIKRI at the Waiting Hall of the Tallinn Baltic Train Station. Amongst others also the first year students Liisi Küla, Roman-Sten Tõnissoo, Martin Rästa, Aivar Tõnso ja Sten Saarits participate with an audio-visual installation. You are welcome!
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre presents:Different Harmonies IIHans-Gunter Lock
Concerto for solo violin and chamber ensemble (World Premiere)
composed in the microtonal Bohlen-Pierce tone systemGerhard Lock – solo violinEnsemble Projekt 7
conductor Andrus Kallastu28.11.2016
Tallinn Metodist Church
, 7 PMSupporters: Estonian Cultural Endowment, Estonian Academy of Arts, European ...

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