Evi Tihemets
On Wednesday, 14.12. at 19:00 there will be a fireside chat evening between Evi Tihemets and Joonas Hellerma in the black-ceiling hall of the Writers House. During the discussion event, the large-format lithograph “Waves" printed in the 50s by Evi Tihemets will be presented in the black-ceiling hall of the Writers House within the exhibition format “One Picture Gallery”. Evi Tihemets (b. 1932 in Tapa) graduated from the Estonian National Art Institute in 1958 and then worked as a freelance artist. Tihemets has cultivated a wide variety of techniques, especially colour lithography, soft varnish and other gravure printing techniques, mixed techniques. She has created both small graphics, portraits and monumental large forms, illustrated books, and depicted both nature and industrial landscapes. Tihemets has received the Wiiralt Art Prize (2011) and the Kristjan Raua Prize (1992, 2013).
Annual exhibition of Tartu art at the Tartu Art House
On Friday, 16 December at 6 p.m. the traditional annual exhibition of Tartu art will be opened in the Tartu Art House, designed by Enn Tegova. The selection was made by a jury consisting of Enn Tegova (chairman), Indrek Grigor, Tõnis Kriisa, Meiu Münt, Hando Tamm, Anita Trink and Martin Urb. A selection of the exhibited works is visible on the website, where they can also be purchased. Altogether, 225 authors presented their works for the exhibition with 117 artists participating:
Kursi Artists' Group XXXV birthday exhibition
  Opening of Kursi Artists' Group XXXV birthday exhibition is on the 25th of November at 5 p.m in Vana-Võromaa Museum and Art Gallery. The colourful Kursi Artists' Group is travelling to Võru for the first time to celebrate their XXXV birthday with an exhibition. For this occasion, nine Kursi Artists' Group members and one guest artist have gathered their most interesting pieces. Several of these works have been hidden in their studios for years, but now they will meet again. Kursi Artists' Group was founded in 1988 in Tartu by Peeter Allik, Albert Gulk, Ilmar Kruusamäe and Peeter Pangsepp. Its purpose is and was to differ from Tallinn artists and artists who work with classical art in Tartu. The exhibition will show hyperrealistic, surrealistic and conceptual artworks. Kursi Artists' Group book published in 2015 will also be available at the museum. 
Girl with an umberella
You are invited to the opening of Risto Tali & Rainer Kaasik-Aaslav's monumental work The Blacksmith's Fountain. In just one weeks’ time we will lower the veil on the work of art, which will adorn the campus and Viktor's Square for decades. Come and celebrate this event with us on Tuesday 15.11 at 13:00 on Viktor's Square. Please let us know if we can expect you latest by 11.11.2022 REGISTER HERE NB! This event will take place partly outdoors, please choose your clothing accordingly. Viktor's Square, Lõõtsa 1a, Tallinn
„Memento Vivere“ by Lilian Mosolainen
Lilian Mosolainen will open her personal exhibition Memento Vivere in Draakon gallery at 17:00 on Friday, November 18th, 2022. Exhibition will be open until December 10, 2022. 
Exhibition “It's Lonely in the Metaverse”
Egle Ehtjen, Kelli Gedvil, Kristen Rästas, Sten Saarits 11.11.–11.12.2022  On Friday, 11th of November at 6pm a group exhibition by Egle Ehtjen, Kelli Gedvil, Kristen Rästas and Sten Saarits “It's Lonely in the Metaverse” will be opened at Rapla County Centre for Contemporary Art. The exhibition remains open until 11th of December, Tue–Sun 3–6pm. A bus will go to the exhibition’s opening from Tallinn at 17:15 and will drive back to Tallinn at 21:00. Register for the bus by writing to kelli.gedvil [at]
“To Sense the Light, You Must Close Your Eyes” by Kristi Kongi & Mare Vint
On Friday, 11 November at 6 p.m. the exhibition “To Sense the Light, You Must Close Your Eyes”, with the works of the painter Kristi Kongi and printmaker Mare Vint, opens in the large gallery of the Tartu Art House. At first glance, the handwriting of these too very individual authors seems almost contradictory. Mare Vint’s metaphysical, nearly black-and-white landscapes demand that their discreet tension be quietly contemplated. Kristi Kongi, however, yanks the viewer into her endlessly colourful world, where deep dark tonal gradients are interspersed with pastel variations and, by including the space surrounding the works of art, she emphasises the comprehensive nature of her oeuvre.
“A Garden of Change” by Kersti Rattus
On Friday, 11 November at 6 p.m. Kersti Rattus opens her solo exhibition “A Garden of Change” in the small gallery of Tartu Art House. The exhibition is an insight into the artist’s recent explorations and an overview of the path the artist has taken in her career. The works in the exhibition are in one way or another dedicated to the life of plants. Among the new works, however, there is also a painting from an earlier time, when human relationships seemed to determine the entire existence, and a textile print recalling the long-ago times.
“Liberated Machines” by Erik Alalooga
On Friday, 11 November at 6 p.m. Erik Alalooga opens his solo exhibition “Liberated Machines” in the monumental gallery of Tartu Art House. The artist invites everyone to bathe in an undulating sound array because the monumental gallery is filled with acoustic machines. Large and small, acoustic and amplified, soft and aggressive, fast and slow objects allow you to experience different sound patterns in an unlimited range of combinations.
Exhibition “Is There Hope For Lovely Creatures?”
“Is There Hope For Lovely Creatures?”, asks the opening exhibition of Tallinn Art Hall’s Lasnamäe Pavilion, which focuses on the inner world of women, the most fragile yet bravest members of society.