The IMPRO tent works as an open studio where various training sessions and presentations are held during two days. Short courses and discussions are held here that last a couple of hours.
In the PORTREE (portrait) workshop you can experience the roles of a model and an artist depending on which seat you take.
MAALIJAD-JOONISTAJAD (painters-drawers) offers an opportunity to see how a line or a speck of colour becomes a reflection in water, a gleam of light or a part of a surrounding view. To feel the specificities and individuality of the sense of sight.
DEKOOR and TARBEKUNST (decor and applied art) workshops offer both simple and more complex techniques and tips to the more experienced as well as to beginners.
PABERHUNDIKODU is the place where you will learn what “design” exactly means. The design students of the University of Tallinn Haapsalu College are there with their answers and ideas.
LOOV RÕÕM – the “Creative Joy” workshop lets you enjoy modern technology. Here, you can see and feel how the borders between modern industrial production, art and handicraft become blurred.
TIGUKASS (Snail Cat) focuses on the versatility of ceramics. Clay is a simple material with endless hidden possibilities that can be unlocked with the key of fantasy. This is where you might learn how to make a material into a medium for your idea.
MEIE KÜLA EIDED (“Women of our village”) is a world of its own. Ave Nahkur is there with her creative gift her village folk and ready to instruct you in making various items – calendars, for example!
RESTAUREERIMINE (restoration) – an activity that could be compared to travelling in time. An every-day item or a piece of furniture can be of help here. Layers on each other that seem to speak of something, broken spots related to stories that remember times and people. You cannot create new without a feel for the past.
BACBONE TATTOO & ART GALLERY – an exciting place where different cultures and traditions meet. Body paintings, marks and symbols are interrelated. Art, creation, magic, rituals, traditions, norms – whether and how they are connected to identity and every-day life.
PUUKUJUD (wood sculptures) is not just a place of exhibition, but also a place for active involvement. You only have to bring your own idea – the material and a saw you can get on site. Masters and sculptors will support you with advice and instruction.
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