Jazmina Cininas // Impressions of Tartu #2

Blog post #2: Beyond Tartu. There’s more to Estonia than the three Ts – Tallinn, Tartu and the Trükimuuseum. For this blog post I ...

    Paul Pretzer (DE) // My month in Tartu

    I was born in Paide (Estonia) in 1981 and moved to Germany at the age of six during the Soviet times. Since then I always had the wish ...

      Jazmina Cininas // Impressions of Tartu #1

      Tere Tartust! It’s been one month exactly since I first set foot in Tartu’s Trüki- ja Paberimuuseum to commence my residency. One ...

        Ryo Kiyohara (JP) // Impressions of Tartu

        TAiR was my first international artist in residence participation. I stayed in Tartu for three months from mid-April to mid-July. TAiR ...

          Jesse Pasanen (FI) // Impressions of Tartu

          When I first arrived in Tartu I just rushed into what I thought my residence will be about: exploring the charming stencil filled city ...

            Varun Trikha // Impressions of Tartu

            TAiR offered me a space within which I could free myself from the conventions and engage with my own voice in my own ways in the ...
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              Andrew Weatherill // Impressions of Tartu // Q & A

              Q: What makes someone trade in shorts and t-shirt for snow jacket and woolen hat and travel to the opposite side of the world? A: The ...

                Henna Lapinlampi // Impressions of Tartu

                Tartu – city of open minds When I first came to Tartu in 1991, I already felt that this place is amazing! What I remember is ...

                  Konstantina Achilleos // First impressions

                  It has now been a week since arriving in Tartu and I am absolutely enchanted. The town feels soulful and the residency is more than I ...

                    A scent of a town – my story of design

                    The Hungarian artist Zsófia describes her emotions in Tartu: In the beginning my ideas were formless and desolate in total darkness, ...
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