On the closing date of the Finnish-Estonian exhibition "The Bridge," a celebratory concert will be held to mark 100 years since Estonia was granted independence. The concert will be held on Sunday 25th February at City Hall in...
The 10th Copenhagen Jewish Film Festival opens this Thursday with a rich and diverse selection of films about and by the Jewish/Israeli community in Denmark and beyond.
Preparations are well underway for the 68th Berlinale International Filmfestpiele, which opens this Thursday 15th February in Berlin and the Baltic region is well represented in the main competition.
Helsinki’s Kiasma presents contemporary art from the Baltic Sea region in the exhibition ‘There and Back Again’, opening tonight, Friday 9th February and running until the end of March.
The cultural mobility information network On the Move has developed an open consultation around mobility of artists in Europe, and the survey can be completed online between now and Tuesday 20th February 2018.
The jewellery exhibition Udujutt/Fogspeak will open this Wednesday at Stockholm’s Platina gallery, featuring works from 13 Estonian artists and running for 3 weeks until 24th February.
Helsinki’s Cable Factory will be the city’s place to be for progressive dance fans this week as Zodiak presents the annual Side Step Festival once again. It will run all week, starting today.
Helsinki’s Third Space will host a thought provoking multimedia exhibition about the ongoing impact of large scale immigration and the resulting xenophobia experienced by many in Eastern Europe, from the perspective of migrant...
Oslo’s Apiary & Aviary will host this year’s first Flatbread Society Full Moon Gathering on the 31st of January, examining the intersection between ecological food culture and art. The gathering will use the Death Café discussion...
The PLMF Music Trust will bring a little light into the dark corners of some of Tallinn’s traditional venues when the Tallinn Winter Festival takes place from the 5th to the 13th of February.
Oslo’s visual art and design community now has a great opportunity to connect and create with other artists and makers through Blank Space’s Open Desk initiative now running every Sunday.
The Göteberg Film Festival returns to Sweden’s Gothenburg this Friday for 11 packed days of inspiration and cinema magic at various locations around the city.
Some of the Arctic’s best music and dance will be on show over the next couple of weeks as the annual Nordlysfestivalen begins in Tromsø this Thursday.
Iceland’s oldest music festival will brighten the spirits of everyone battling through the darkest days of Iceland’s winter as the Dark Music Days return to the city this Thursday until Saturday.
Estonia’s largest music and arts festival returns for its winter celebration this weekend. The Intsikurmu Winter Festival starts at 6pm in Tallinn on Saturday 20th January.
A collaboration between transnational radio collective Bridge Radio and a group of 12 migrants has resulted in the exhibition ‘Economy of Migrant Labor’ which opens this Friday night at 6pm and runs until 19th May.
The Nordic Information Days are a great opportunity every year for Nordic countries to find out more about cooperation opportunities in the region. The 2018 sessions are coming up on January 19 and February 6 and 7 in Estonia.
If you missed Berlin Fashion week but are hungering for some hot new wardrobe inspiration with a conscience, do no despair! The Ethical Fashion Show kicks off tomorrow at Kraftwerk Berlin until Thursday 18th January.
For those in Tallin, there’s still time to see the wonderful exhibition on travel and migration at the Kumu Art Museum, before it closes on Sunday 28th of January 2018.
TIFF returns to Tromsø this month with a week of some of Europe’s finest films for those in the far north to enjoy, in various venues around Tromsø, starting Monday 15th January until Sunday 21st January 2018.
How best to start the year - Baltic Sea cruise or folk festival? Well now you don’t have to choose. The Folklandia Cruise departs this Friday 12th January from Helsinki Harbour with all the folk music your heart desires, afloat.
Once again, Vilnius will play host to the vibrant and inspiring KITOKS International festival for children and youth, starting tomorrow Wednesday 10th January and running through until next Wednesday 17th January.
The Finnish Museum of Photography is currently hosting an exhibition in celebration of 100 years of abstract photography. Abstract! is on now until Sunday 14 th January 2018.
The Pärnu Contemporary Music Days kick off this weekend and Estonians will enjoy music in its many expressions from Saturday 6th to Sunday 14th January in Pärnu.
The Tartu Winter Music Festival has returned once again with a beautiful programme of classical music concerts every night at the lovely St John’s Church in Tartu from the 1st to the 7th of January 2018.
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