Touring exhibitions showcase the values and soul of the Nordic countries
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.
Pétur Blöndal's and Kristinn Ingvarsson's exhibition "Fairytale Iceland - Portraits of Icelandic Contemporary Authors" presents an overview of contemporary Icelandic literature through the personal impressions of the country's best-known authors on literature, writing and the world. The exhibition consists of 23 billboards depicting twenty-three well-known Icelandic contemporary writers, both in word and in image.
Photo: Viimsi Library
Nordic Sustainable Cities
From loneliness among the elderly to urban floods to air pollution – cities around the world face enormous yet similar challenges. The Nordic countries are dedicated to the UN Agenda 2030 and already have solutions that can contribute to the fulfillment of the 17 SDGs. In this exhibition you’ll find some of the solutions that Nordic architects and engineers are already working on within the fields of health, mobility, low carbon, circular economy and resilience.
The Nordics are on a journey towards sustainability and we hope to inspire you to join us!
The exhibition is available in Estonian and Russian.
The exhibition in Estonian consists of 31 plates and fastenings (size of one plate: 200x85 cm). When put together, the exhibition will consist of 10 triangular stands (standing on their own support) and 1 opening banner.
The Russian-language exhibition consists of 31 kapa plates.
The exhibition is available in English in digital format. More information here.
The exhibition was produced in Estonian in cooperation with good partners - Embassy of Finland, Embassy of Sweden, Norwegian Embassy, Danish Embassy.
Photos: University of Tartu Narva College and Danish Embassy
Photo exhibition ‘Amazing Iceland’
The author of the exhibition Elle Mets: "No doubt many people have been struck at some point in their lives by a desire to visit Iceland. This fascinating island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean is steeped in legend and rich in sights that struggle to fit in to our perception of reality. Who wouldn’t want to see and feel and experience all that for themselves! Marvelling at the power of geysers, sailing between icebergs on glacial lakes in the middle of summer and admiring the glowering beauty of the country’s volcanic landscapes. It was such an emotional rollercoaster – in the best possible sense – that I just had to share it. Obviously I wanted to do that in pictures, since they speak to me more than words. That was what led to the idea of putting together this exhibition: showcasing my experiences of amazing Iceland!”
Photos: Elle Mets