We have supported a number of touring exhibitions, which anyone interested can book to exhibit. Typically, the transport costs of an exhibit are borne by the individual or organisation exhibiting it.
The exhibitions listed below are currently touring.
'New Nordic Food – Undiscovered Possibilities'
Clean and fresh ingredients; healthy eating and lifestyles; simple but smart and skilful cooking; an innovative food industry: these are the keywords of New Nordic Food.
They are encapsulated in the 'New Nordic Food – Undiscovered Possibilities' exhibition, which shows you how growing and manufacturing food and cooking give rise to new businesses, boost your health and sense of taste and do not create too heavy a burden on the environment. The eye-catching pictures present examples of events that follow the principles of New Nordic Food.
The exhibition was created by the Danish Embassy in Tallinn and the Nordic Council of Ministers' Office in Estonia, whom you can contact if you would like to order the exhibition (which is free of charge – you only have to cover the cost of transport). The exhibition was created to mark the Flag Day of Denmark and has been displayed at the Estonian University of Life Sciences and during the Tartu Entrepreneurship Days.
The exhibition was designed by Kaia Rähn.
Dimensions: 3 stands – 2 m x 2.1 m. The stands can be folded into a triangle to save space. All of the stands will fit into a large car. The exhibition is not weatherproof.
'Nordic Islands' photographic exhibition
The crisply beautiful environment and nature of the Nordic countries form the focus of the 'Nordic Islands' photographic exhibition, which features the work of three photographers:
– well-known traveller and nature-lover Fred Jüssi, who takes us to Iceland to admire the country's waterfalls and geysers and feel the power of the land;
– Toomas Lapp, whose photos improvise with the colours of Greenland; and
– Grete Kodi, who showcases the tones characteristic of the landscapes of the Faroe Islands.
The exhibition can be ordered as a complete set or each set can be ordered separately.
This exhibition presents an overview of contemporary Icelandic literature through the personal impressions of the country's best-known authors on literature, writing and the world.