Seminars and mentorships

Seminars and workshops for art professionals are important activities at Kai Art Center. We offer courses in law, taxation, communications, and marketing, all specially adapted for the cultural field.


Education hub at Kai Art Center is run by the Estonian Contemporary Art Development Center (ECADC), which has offered educational programs, international residencies and internships for contemporary art professionals since 2012.

Exhibition tours

Tuomas A. Laitinen & Kristina Õllek‘s duo exhibition Cyanoceans will be on view from January 26 to August 4. In their first collaboration, Laitinen and Õllek provide a comprehensive overview of their recent works, creating an alluringly translucent environment. Together, the artists create a thought-provoking narrative that invites us to reflect our responsibility for the planet which is part of us, undivided from our bodies, and to question whether humans as a species are ready to adapt to the challenges of climate conditions in the near future.


In addition to public exhibition tours we also offer special personal tours. If you wish to book a personal tour at Kai Art Center, please write to

Art for schools

We offer special tours for children and teenagers at Tuomas A. Laitinen‘s & Kristina Õllek‘s exhibition Cyanoceans guided by Kai educational personnel. The Program lasts approximately 60 minutes where students get an overview of the exhibition, discuss the topics covered by the artist and solve an age-appropriate practical task. Educational tours take place at a time suitable for the group by prior agreement and can be ordered in Estonian, English and Russian. More info here.


Schools are welcome to use Culture Backpacks support measure which is part of Kai Art Center’s educational program.


Info & booking: (Laura Arum-Lääts)