Estonian MA students in visual culture and its preservation regathered for a joint seminar

Photo: Aivar Põldvee

A transdisciplinary seminar bringing together MA students from Estonian universities dealing with art history, visual culture, curating, conservation, museum and archival studies was held for the second time (this first one was in fall 2019) on 10th–11th January 2022 in Purdi manor.

 

Six Estonian university chairs were represented, the Estonian Academy of Arts by its curricula of Art History and Visual Culture, Curatorial Studies, Museology, and Cultural Heritage and Conservation, Tallinn University by its curriculum of History, and the University of Tartu by its curricula of Art History, Archival Studies, and Ethnology, Folkloristics and Applied Anthropology.

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Institute of Art History and Visual Culture