schedule overview

04.-07. July 2011 - warm up / fringe

The event in july 2011 will start with a ‘warm up / fringe’ phase (04.-07.July). During this time the workshops are running, the permanent and temporary installations in public space and special indoor-locations will be open and daily schedule of guided audio tours and walks will be offered. Around our main bases MÄRZ-projectspace and Ptarmigan we will establish a social hub for the tuned city project, with information counter, meeting point, starting location for several walks and guided tours. A fringe program will give the chance to present projects and research related to our topic in short presentations and Pecha Kucha – style sessions and short performances. The detailed program will be announced here soon!

07. July 2011 / 20:00h – opening

The concentrated Tuned City event will start on the 7. July evening with a general introduction to the topic and the very special performance of Naldjorlak (composition by Eliane Radigue) played by Charles Curtis (US) at Hobuveski (Horse Mill Theater), Lai 23,  Tallinn map >>>.

08.-10. July 2011
The daily schedule for the 3 following days is structured as following:

11:00-15:00h
Conference and lecture program each day in different locations, undertaking a architecture-historic journey, starting from the 14th Century Old Town, going over the remains of the industrial developments in the beginning of the last century, the Soviet-era architectural utopies of the 70s and 80s and ending in the Now of contempory Tallinn.

15:00-19:00h
site-specific program – one can float around the city and combine his own program out of several walks, performances, guided tours, etc.

18:30-20:30h
Dinner break (for team, performers and volunteers) @Telliskivi Loomelinnak, Telliskivi 60A). map >>>

21:00h
Evening Performances each day at a different location

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here you can find the complete program brochure as pdf: Tuned City Tallinn program.pdf

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