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The annual graduation show of the Estonian Academy of Arts - TASE - presents graduation works of the Architecture, Art and Culture, Design, and Fine Arts faculties. This year, the show is open until June 17 and takes place in various locations including Tallinn Art Hall building and the studios, Tallinn Art Hall Gallery, Estonian Academy of Arts, Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design yard (until June 11).

The event also hosts a satellite programme in unexpected locations around Tallinn. When worrying about how to navigate this vast programme, then one option is to joining the TASE’23 guided tours. Check out the schedule for tours in English and in Estonian.  

Browse the photo gallery of the opening event. Photos by Meriem Kimmer.

The diploma exhibition of Pallas University of Applied Science art department, LEND 2023, at Pallas Gallery will open its doors on 15 June. 

The works presented by the photography department’s graduates are simultaneously socially significant (exploring topics such as war refugees, ageing, presence, and the relationship with the viewer), sensitive (including poetry-photo books), and innovative, utilizing the newly created possibilities by AI. The media design department’s diploma students showcase art projects executed through linocuts and digital painting, while the sculpture department graduates are working on a creative inquiry related to the theme of percentage art. The final projects in the painting department reflect themes of both turning to the past and experimentation and letting go of the present. To get acquainted with the diploma orks, one should join the tour on 29 July at 17.00 at the art gallery.

The graduation show at Pallas Gallery in Tartu will be open until 8 July.