This is Escape Room to the Future. This is the most important vision day for Tartu and South Estonia and it takes place on 9 May 2018 in Estonian National Museum.Tartu 2024 for European Capital of Culture candidacy team brings together important cultural managers and creators and significant speakers from Tartu and South Estonia. Together we discuss the survival and development strategies for Tartu and South Estonia.
Even if it seems that everything is finished or well in Tartu and South Estonia, we actually never feel quite satisfied. Escape Room to the Future is an escape from comfort zone and standstill. We discuss together, where and how should we move. We act together, because we have talent, stamina and will for more.
VISION DAY QUESTIONS
- Where are we stuck today? How can we move on by finding solutions together?
- What will future Tartu, South Estonia, Europe or world be like for us and next generations?
- What are 21st century Arts of Survival for Tartu, South Estonia and Europe?
ON THE STAGE A-Z
- Allan Aksiim (president, University of Tartu Student Council)
- Darran Anderson (writer, "Imaginary Cities")
- Andres Juur (Chief Executive Officer, Ahhaa)
- Mari Kalkun (singer, songwriter, musician)
- Mika Keränen (Tartu City Writer 2018)
- Marju Lauristin (professor emeritus and professor of social communication, University of Tartu; former Member of the European Parliament)
- Paavo Matsin (lecturer, literary critic and writer)
- Kaja Pae (architect, physicist, magazine "Maja" editor-in-chief)
- Neil Peterson (Head of International Relations and Liverpool Welcome for Liverpool ECoC 2008)
- Liina Pulges (marketer, Unistuste Agentuur)
- Priit Pullerits (journalist, Postimees)
- Erik Puura (Vice-Rector for Development, University of Tartu)
- Priit Salumaa (co-founder, Garage48, Mooncascade, MobileMonday ja Latitude59)
- Silver Sepp (singer, songwriter, musician)
- Getter Suup (Prima Vista youth writing competition winner)
- Sirla (street artist, SprayPrinter CIO)
- Piret Talur (head of youth service, Tartu City Government)
Vision Day is moderated by Sigrid Solnik (SpeakSmart).
The vision day will be mainly in Estonian, but we offer English voice over translation.
- 10.00-11.00 Welcome coffee
- 11.00-13.00 First session of the vision day
- 13.00-13.30 Lunch
- 13.15-15.15 Second session of the vision day
VENUEVision day Escape Room to the Future takes place in Estonian National Museum, at 250-seater Jakob Hurt lecture hall. The hall is situated near museum's A-Entrance. When you arrive by car, we suggest you park your at car park A. For inner-city bus connection, take a bus number 27 at Soola stop (next to Kvartal centre in city centre). It will stop in front of the museum.
Estonian National Museum
Muuseumi tee 2, Tartu
REGISTERVision day Escape Room to the Future has free entrance, but pre-registration is required. Because of limited space, we can guarantee a seat only to people pre-registered.
- Register yourself to attend vision day Escape Room to the Future: http://bit.ly/TPT2018
- Register yourself for media accreditation: http://bit.ly/TPT2018media