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Week of national cultures

Tallinn celebrates the Estonian minorities day. The programme includes exhibitions, concerts, lectures and workshops, in addition a children's programme and an opportunity to get to know national cuisines.

Kumu Art Film Festival 29.09.2016 Kumu Art Museum

The second KuFF focuses on the relationship between film and video art and museum and gallery environment. Separate focus is on video exhibitions and shifts, questions and ideas that arise when a piece made for a white cube is relocated to a cinema.

Exhibition "Silence – Darkness. If we know what was, do we know what will come?" 26.09.2016 Tallinn Art Hall

Participating artists: Neïl Beloufa (FR), Kennedy Browne (IE), Phil Collins (GB/DE), Jaana Kokko (FI), Holger Loodus (EE), Kristina Norman (EE), Anna Škodenko (EE), Andres Tali (EE), Anu Tehver (EE)

Architectural exhibition "Who Creates the City?" 29.09.2016 Tartu Art Museum

On 29 September, the exhibition "Who Creates the City?" asks who has shaped the urban environment of Tartu, for what reasons and with what resources and results.

Coming soon
Fresh Music Festival Autumnfest 2016

Estonian Music and Theatre Academy loves autumn, as not only is the house filled with new students, but also with new music.

Kumu Documentary: "The Salt of the Earth"

Directors: Wim Wenders, Juliano Ribeiro Salgado

Children and Youth Festival "Open Playgrounds"

During the autumn holidays, from October 15 to November 6, 2016, all the families with children are welcome to the festival "Open Playgrounds", which connects museums all over Estonia.

XIV Folk Music Harvest Party

The Folk Music Harvest Party, which was established in 2003, is a two-day festival, which always offers the audience something different with the emphasis being on the more intimate and authentic side of folk music.

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