Art Week Pärnu

17-25 July 2021

Art Week brings together new winds of art landscape and revives old traditions, represents top artists and offers educational entertainment to the whole family. Art weeks are organized all over the world from ancient metropolis like Rome to small towns like Canterbury.

The tradition of art weeks in Estonia goes back to 60’s, since 2016 they are organized Nordic Baltic Art Center NOBA and since 2021 they will take place outside the official capital – this year in summer capital Pärnu where both city space as well as beach area will be filled with all kind of art forms.

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Upcoming Events

Mare Tralla. Exhibition ‘Before and After’
Mare Tralla. Exhibition ‘Before and After’

A spatial installation with audio, video, photos and drawings

Tue-Sun 15:00-19:00
free
Okapi Gallery. Art Station Pärnu
Okapi Gallery. Art Station Pärnu

Exhibition covers glass, metal, photography and augmented reality

E-R 10:00-18.00, L 10:00-15:00
free
Edward von Lõngus and Ruudu Rahumaru. Photographic exhibition
Edward von Lõngus and Ruudu Rahumaru. Photographic exhibition

Visitors will be greeted by sly Teletubbies inspired by Stanley Kubrick’s dystopian cult film A Clockwork Orange

E-R 08:30 - 17:30
free
Vello Vinn. Graphics exhibition: ‘Two-sided’
Vello Vinn. Graphics exhibition: ‘Two-sided’

Social criticism depicted through the prism of humour

Visit by agreement: 552 2381
free

Art Week News

The colourful Art Week Pärnu will kick-off on Saturday

The colourful Art Week Pärnu will kick-off on Saturday

Saturday 17 July marks the beginning of the spectacular Art Week Pärnu which will introduce the newest trends on the art landscape and works by the top artists.

Sven Grünberg concert The Breath opens Art Week Pärnu

Sven Grünberg concert The Breath opens Art Week Pärnu

Art Week Pärnu will be kicked off by a Sven Grünberg concert The Breath, presented by Taavi Kerikmäe and the Ensemble of the Estonian Electronic Music Society.

About Art Week

About Art Week

Since 2016, MTÜ Nordic Baltic Art Center NOBA has led the organisation of the unique art and creative festival Art Week, which brings together new winds in the Estonian art landscape and revives old traditions.

Art Week Pärnu

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