A major new art center to launch at a renovated industrial heritage site on the shores of Tallinn Bay, Port Noblessner, Tallinn, Estonia, in Autumn 2019

Kai Art Center opens its doors in Port Noblessner, a former submarine production plant on Friday 20th September. In a project headed up by the Estonian Contemporary Art Development Center (ECADC), the more than 100-year-old heritage-protected building will provide 450 m2 of top-floor exhibition

The Baltic Culture Fund Supports Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian Joint Cultural Projects

From January 2019, grants are available from the Baltic Culture Fund for joint cultural projects between Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. The goal of the Baltic Culture Fund, founded on 8 July 2018, is to promote cultural cooperation between the Baltic

Open Call: Rupert’s 7th Alternative Education Programme

Rupert kindly invites you to apply for the 7th edition of Rupert Alternative Education Programme, which will take place between March and September 2019. The deadline for all applications is February 15 (Friday) midnight, EET. The Rupert Alternative Education Programme

New addition to CAC Sculpture Yard – ‘Guernica Syndrome – Azor’ by Fernando Sánchez Castillo

2019 01 10 / 4-6 pm
Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius invites you to the presentation of a new addition to our Sculpture Yard – “Guernica Syndrome – Azor” by Spanish artist Fernando Sánchez Castillo – on Thursday, 11 January, 4 p. m. at the CAC Reading

Applications open for the 10th art fair ArtVilnius’19

The international contemporary art fair ArtVilnius, which is celebrating its one decade anniversary, is calling for applications from galleries to participate in the biggest visual arts event in the Baltics. The application deadline is February 11, 2019. ArtVilnius’19, the tenth

Emilija Škarnulytė ‘Sirenomelia’. Introduced by Nadim Samman December 4–18, 2018

Information from: www.vdrome.org  A woman born with sirenomelia, a mythological posthuman being takes us on the journey to the Cold War submarine base above the arctic circle. She exposes a future liberated from the military and economic structures that oppress the

The Young Painters Prize Honours Young Artists by Donating a Collection to the Lithuanian Art Museum

This Thursday (29 November), in conclusion of the series of events commemorating the ten year anniversary of the Young Painters Prize (YPP), the project organisers, art theorist Julija Dailidėnaitė and painter Vilmantas Marcinkevičius, donated a painting collection to the Lithuanian

Kim? Residency Award 2019 finalists announced

As part of its 10th anniversary programme, Kim? Contemporary Arts Centre (Riga, Latvia) has announced four finalists of the Kim? Residency Award 2019. The nominees are Kaspars Groševs, Atis Jākobsons, Andrejs Strokins and Diāna Tamane. The winner will spend two

Works by Kristina Õllek and Diana Tamane were gifted to the collection of Fotomuseum Winterthur

The works of Estonian artists Kristina Õllek and Diana Tamane were gifted to the collection of Fotomuseum Winterthur in Switzerland as a result of a collaboration between the private funding platform Outset Estonia and the Estonian Photographic Art Fair. Works

The winners of the 17th Tallinn Print Triennial

This year, the Tallinn Print Triennial marked its 50th anniversary with a programme of exhibitions and films, and two prizes were awarded at the close of the event. From 2 June to 15 July, the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia