The 5th Tallinn International Drawing Triennial Black and White exhibits drawings from around the world made during the last three years. The exhibition will be open at the Tallinn Art Hall until 27 September 2015.
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With more than 10 years, millions of Automoblox cars are in the hands of children around the globe, in 2016, Automoblox introduces its first-ever overhaul of its flagship Automoblox Originals line with partnerships with Brembo and HRE Performance Wheels!
The Kumu Art Museum invites you to an exhibition of the creative legacy of an Estonian art classic: Ants Laikmaa.
In modernising early-19th-century Europe, there was still an overall faith in a brighter future for the world, yet towards the end of the century that certainty began to crumble.
The early drawings of the printmaker couple Concordia Klar (1938–2004) and Peeter Ulas (1934–2008) predicted the growing interest in Surrealism in Estonian art in the 1960s and 1970s.
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From the first song festival through the Singing Revolution and beyond, music has played a fundamental role in Estonian history, culture and identity. But if every bird has its own song, as the Estonian saying goes, what of the artist?
This exhibition represents one possible approach to the Estonian art of the second half of the 20th century, when it was characterised mainly by conflicts with and adaptations to the new political order established after World War II.
Eksperimenta! (hereinafter E!) is an art festival for young people to support the critical and creative thinking in the society through the integration of contemporary art and education. The project brings together young artists from 10 countries to exchange ideas and gain an experience of a professional international art event. The main theme of E! 2017 is “Art & economy” to analyze the current situation in global economy by means of contemporary art. The outcome of the project is a triennial exhibition held in Tallinn.
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In the Kumu Art Museum of Estonia 3rd floor, B-wing is a overview exhibition about history of Estonian printmaking in 1860–1944.
Want to win a set of Winsor&Newton markers? We are happy to announce our first Instagram art competition themed “2017 creative plans”!
IX Design Night festival which takes place on September 25-28, offers local design lovers yet another invigorating dose of international design and introduces good Estonian design.
Marabu, the leading German manufacturter of hobby paints, has launched two exciting innovative products – Chalky-Chic and Fashion Shimmer.
Marko Mäetamm’s solo exhibition “I’m Only Streaming” will be open at Tallinn City Gallery from 31 March. The painter, who has mainly been inspired by family life over the past decade, is now turning his attention to the wars, catastrophes and other emergencies raging around the world and the willing and unwilling powerlessness of normal people in regard to these subjects. .
For all the paper craft lovers Skizze product range now includes also Aladine stamps and ink pads and the embossing equipment!
This autumn our assortment has expanded to include the handicraft glues of a renowned U.S. company Aleene’s!
Princeton Catalyst tools are much more than a painting tool. Crafted from flexible silicone or hard nylon to allow artists a new form of expression. Now available in Skizze!
Artists and designers worldwide love a good marker pen – vibrant, clear and offering varying types of line.
Recently, we pleased all of the textile friends with news that the range of Marabu Fashion textile colours, introduced last summer, has received addition, including now paints with a sparkling effect, which allow You to decorate also darker fabrics.
We are glad to announce that our new web page is now online!
In 2017, the leading manufacturer of hobby paints Marabu has taken on the segment of aerosol colours and so, in addition to a number of news, the already popular range of “do it” spray paints has been updated.
Presentations The main goal of presentations is to let the participants get acquainted with new products, remember the old ones and share the new ideas in using the various handicraft and art products. Presentations provide abundant information about the qualities and using of products as well as let you try out the materials. Unlike the courses, here objects are not prepared or finished nor the techniques explored more thoroughly. Presentations in the studio are normally free of charge. Workshops Workshops are open to all the guests and have a clear topic. In workshops you can explore interesting materials or new techniques. You can also create a present for a friend, spend a great weekend with a family or just relax on your own. Handicraft workshops teach you to design the environment around us with handy means from your home – starting from the home decorations to jewellery, accessories, birdhouses and dollhouses. Usually, workshops take place at least every weekend, on Saturday. Workshops are for a fee. Advanced courses Advanced courses are provided by professionals and artists of given field. These are courses for exploring the techniques and in-depth studying of the history and uses of a specific material, for discussing … Continued
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In the Kumu exhibition spaces is exhibition “Romantic and Progressive. Stalinist Impressionism in Painting of the Baltic States in the 1940s−1950s”.
From 8th of february, Šiauliai Skizze shop is at a new address – Tilžės g. 139.