On Monday, the Estonian Academy of Arts (EKA) opened an exhibition with 34 final projects of recent bachelor's and master's degree students highlighted.
EKA's final project festival TASE, where students can present their final projects, traditionally takes place in spring but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the festival was conducted virtually.
According to Pire Sova, organizer of TASE20, students still found it important to be able to present their art in its physical form.
Sova said: "[The students] really wanted to have a physical exhibition and that is partly the reason this exhibition was realized. Art is created in the physical space and meeting face-to-face in this room is very important. Especially since we have very strong painters this year and you can't view their art from a small screen, especially if the painting is larger than you and you can't see what the colors actually look like."
Editor: Kristjan Kallaste