University of Tartu Centre for Arts
On September 4th 2017, the Centre for Arts was opened in the Old Anatomical Theatre in Tartu. The centre offers a chance for all students of the University of Tartu as well as for continuing education learners to acquire new knowledge and skills and develop their creativity in the area of arts. The centre is situated in Tartu, but is part of University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy (75 km from Tartu).
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University of Tartu Centre for Arts:
- Coordinates art studies at the university;
- Aims is to find ways how art studies can support students in their specialty studies by bridging art and different fields of science;
- Brings courses taught at Viljandi Culture Academy closer to the students in Tartu;
- Offers optional courses in the fields of visual arts, music, multimedia, self-expression, crafts and dance art.
Summer Schools in Arts 2018
Centre for Arts organises also summer schools that are open for all, also foreigners.
As instructions are individual, foreigners are also welcome to join. Both courses are led by painter and Associate Professor of Painting - Anne Parmasto who can instruct in English and Russian in addition to Estonian.
Portrait Drawing June 11-15 in Tartu
Plein Air Painting August 5-10 in Haeska in Lääne County (West-Estonia)