The Kai Art Center (closed until 25.01.24)
Tallinn’s seaside cultural centre
The Kai Art Center is the seaside cultural heart of the Noblessner harbor area, excitingly intertwining the history and the period architecture of the district with the contemporary world of art and culture.
The 100-year-old industrial building, a former secret submarine factory, brings together artists, art, and culture activists as well as guests and enjoyers.
Contemporary art exhibitions, art tours, cultural events, and film screenings take place in the Kai Art Center. Every year, three to five spectacular art projects await visitors in Kai’s 500-square-meter exhibition space, accompanied by an extensive audience program.
The Kai Art Center considers it important to promote Estonian contemporary art both at home and abroad and creates opportunities for artists in the form of studios and exhibition spaces as well as with international residency programs.
NB: Kai Art Center is closed and preparing for a new exhibition until January 25th, 2024.
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