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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 12.12.2019, 14:22

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Design students of the Estonian Academy of Arts reach out to the international markets

Design students of the Estonian Academy of Arts reach out to the international markets

09.12.2019

On 13th December, the MA-students from fashion, textile, accessories' and jewellery design at the Estonian Academy of Arts (EKA) will get a rare chance to pitch their newly refined brands and concepts to influential Scandinavian entrepreneurs and investors. They will come all the way to see which next big ideas will get a little help to grow and emerge from the local design market to an international scene. This exciting event is the result of a new programme at EKA designed and led by the internationally renowned business-professional Sissi Silván.

Keyword tags: Culture, Education and Science, Estonia



Turkey: Distant and Close

Turkey: Distant and Close

09.12.2019

On December 4, a public organisation the Baltic Center presented a concept of a new Turkish project “TURKEY: DISTANT AND CLOSE” at the RISEBA premises - H2O6 Center for Architecture and Media.

A Representative of Rietumu Bank – about trends in the Latvian art market

A Representative of Rietumu Bank – about trends in the Latvian art market

06.12.2019

The Artterritory.com portal specialising in cultural topics has published an article on trends in the Latvian art market, in which owners of leading galleries, auction houses, art historians, and owners of art collections comment on the situation.


Latvia: Culture Ministry proposes to revise regulations on advertising market, launch discussions on digital tax

Latvia: Culture Ministry proposes to revise regulations on advertising market, launch discussions on digital tax

26.11.2019

The Culture Ministry proposes to revise regulations on advertising market so that media that create local contents may increase their revenue from advertising, the ministry's spokeswoman Lita Kokale reported.

Estonian businessman Urmas Soorumaa to buy Tallinn's Patarei complex

Estonian businessman Urmas Soorumaa to buy Tallinn's Patarei complex

21.11.2019

A company of Estonian businessman Urmas Soorumaa was the only one to file a bid in the auction of the complex of the Patarei sea fortress in Tallinn, accroding to the daily Postimees information reported on Wednesday.


15.11.2019

Pre-Auction Exhibition in Rietumu

A pre-auction exhibition of paintings, graphics, applied art and antique works has opened in the exhibition hall of Rietumu Bank.

01.11.2019

Foreign minister includes Russian singer Grigory Leps in black list

Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics (New Unity) has included Russian singer Grigory Lepsveridze or Grigory Leps who planned to perform in Riga next February in the black list, according to Rinkevics' Twitter port.

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