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2022 Appreciated Glass Artist 2020/2021 is Kati Kerstna!

For the 10th time, the EGAU awards the Appreciated Glass Artist Prize. The nominees, this time, were Merle Kannus, Kati Kerstna and Rait Prääts; the laureate is Kati kerstna. The winner ...

2022 MELTING BORDERS: Baltic Glass Artists in the Spotlight at the European Glass Festival

The European Glass Festival presents: MELTING BORDERS: Baltic Glass Artists in the Spotlight at the European Glass Festival This year’s European Glass Festival in Wroclaw, now reaching its 8th milestone, turns its ...

2022 Empiiria

Appreciated Glass Artist 2020-2021 / Nominees’ exhibition Kati Kerstna, Merle Kannus, Rait Prääts 2.11.–19.11.2022 OKAPI Gallery The Estonian Glass Artists' Union has awarded the honorary title "Appreciated Glass Artist" for the tenth time. The ...

2022 Birgit Pählapuu THE RIOT OF FLIES

The symbolism of fly is rather ominous, but despite this or precisely because of this, it is also a muse for many writers: as a symbol of feud and bloodlust ...

2022 Kai Kiudsoo-Värv MOMENTS at A-Gallery

Ivar Kaasik / Kai Kiudsoo-Värv / Yao Tan / Jacqueline Yajing Yao A-Gallery WINDOWS 31.08.22-29.10.22 On Wednesday, August 31 four exhibitions will be opened on A-Gallery WINDOWS: Estonian artists Ivar Kaasik and Kai ...

2022 Tiina Sarapu and Julija Pociūtė DUST at Tartu Art House

On Friday, 2 September at 6 p.m. Tiina Sarapu and Julija Pociūtė opened their joint exhibition “Dust” in the large gallery of Tartu Art House. The exhibition explores forgetfulness: the forgotten ...