The Institute of Art History and Visual Culture offers more online content during the emergency

Michiel Sweerts, Plague in an Ancient City (fragment). Oil on canvas, 1650-52.

The Institute of Art History and Visual Culture updated their website in order to offer more online content and thus keep contributing to public discourse on art, architecture and design while the Institute’s usual activities aimed at the broader public are temporarily suspended due to the national emergency.  The new subsection of the website (currently available in Estonian only) contains collected thoughts and experiences from the Institute’s staff members on working in the field of art history, as well as video lectures and tours, various writings, etc., aimed at both potential new students and the broader audience.

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Posted by Mari Laaniste