Student Work Exhibition "Pick-Up Belts". Supervisor Piia Rand
UNIVERSITY OF TARTU CENTRE FOR
Uppsala 10, I and II floor, Mon–Fri 9–17.
Opening on 25 February at 4 PM. The exhibition remains open until 31 March, 2020.
The exhibited pick-up belts were woven during the Autumn Semester course “Pick-up Belt Weaving” at the Centre for Arts. The course instructor was master of Estonian national costume and a lecturer Piia Rand.
The course participants were eleven university students from a diverse range of curricula who learned the technique for the first time. First of all, the students were introduced with pick-up belts it the electronic environment muis.ee of Estonian National Museum. Each participant studied the belts of the Estonian church parish of their origin and chose one to weave. Then the students learned to make tracing patterns and wove their belts according to them. Belt weaving looms and knives made by Sujuri LLC for the UT Viljandi Culture Academy were used.
The exhibited pick-up belts were woven by:
|Helena Maarja Lainjärv||Karja Parish|
|Laura-Maria Magdaleena Ilottu||Kodavere Parish|
|+ lisavöö Laura-Maria Magdaleena Ilottu ja Maie Alumaa||Kodavere Parish|
|Karoliina Kurvits||Tartumaa Parish|
|Mathilde Frances Lind||Läänemaa Parish|
|Merit Puustusmaa||Rõuge Parish|
|Kait Sepp||Türi Parish|
|Hanna Sults||Emmaste Parish|
|Helen Tiisler||Otepää Parish|
|Harriet Tooming||Väike-Maarja Parish|
|Tiina Tuhkur||Tartumaa Parish|
|Kelin Kuznetsova||Valjala Parish|