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18-19/08/22
Viinistu/Estonia
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Biotoopia’22 programme has been reorganized
Biotoopia’22 programme has been reorganized

We are deeply sad to announce that the originally planned Biotoopia´22 programme has had to be reorganized. Instead of a three-day conference, this year Biotoopia will take place in Viinistu Art Harbour as a special programme free of charge for the public – on August 18th an art day will be held and on 19th,…

12.06.2022
Upcoming Biotoopia Talks session focuses on the relationship between technology, art and nature
Upcoming Biotoopia Talks session focuses on the relationship between technology, art and nature

On May 25th, Von Krahl Theatre will be hosting the third Biotoopia Talks session focusing onthe post-humanist relationship between nature, technology, art and man. The discussion willbe led by researchers, lecturers and students from the Estonian Academy of Arts who willguide the audience through the wild jungle of the topics. In the context of the…

24.05.2022
The pan-Estonian art programme of Biotoopia’22 brings bug music and pays tribute to the last block of ice.
The pan-Estonian art programme of Biotoopia’22 brings bug music and pays tribute to the last block of ice.

In tandem with the conference-forum, which takes place on 17-19 August at Viinistu Art Harbour, the art programme of Biotoopia’22 will bring to the fore the essence of beauty in nature and its impact on evolution. Over the three days, we will have many live performances, make music with bugs, dance like plants, and worship…

22.04.2022
Biotoopia discusses sound as technological inventions
Biotoopia discusses sound as technological inventions

The second Biotoopia Talks takes place in the Von Krahl lounge on 22 March. It is titled ‘Mammoth Ivory Flute: The Beginnings of Music in the Mesolithic’. Bright young people and specialists from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre will step on the stage, and the history of human development will unravel before the…

15.03.2022
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