Registration for spring semester courses is open!
The UT Centre for Arts in Tartu welcomes all international students, regardless of their main field of study, as well as continuing education learners to develop their creativity and skills in the fields of arts: Drawing & Graphics, Painting & Modelling, Digital Arts & Photo, Music, Dance, Film Art, and Handicraft & Design. In addition to teaching many transferable skills, art studies support the mental and emotional well-being necessary in academic life.
This spring the Centre for Arts offers 19 different courses that are taught either entirely in English, or the lecturer instructs individually both in Estonian and in English. Some of the courses focus on artistic creation (e.g. “Sketch”, or “Self-portrait”) and/or on acquiring practical skills (e.g. different graphic design courses to develop digital competence, or “Classical Animation” to learn and try out non-digital animation techniques), others are first and foremost analytically oriented (e.g. “Looking at Art”).
Four completely new courses are taught in English in spring 2021: “Calligraphy of Square-Cut Nib” and “Roundhand Calligraphy”, “Space Intervention”, and the entirely web-based “Western Music Culture: Part I”.
For short descriptions of all our courses with the links to the Study Information System (SIS), see the left-hand menu of our website.
NB! Some courses have later registration deadlines. Add yourself to the waiting list if the course is full already. In case you cannot register via SIS, please contact our Academic Affairs Specialist: kunstide.keskus [ät] ut.ee / +372 737 5669.
See you at the University of Tartu Centre for Arts in the Old Anatomical Theatre up the Toome Hill!
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