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22nd Symposium takes place from July 9th to August 1st.
Participating artists: Callum Trudgeon (UK), Denny Gerwin (US), Eike Eplik (EE), Jan Christian Hvistendahl (NO), Karin Flurer-Bruenger (DE), Kinga Ráthony (HU), Rosana Tagliari Bortolin (BR), Ruth Hazi (IL), Rūdis Pētersons (LV), Triin Paja (EE) and Vlad-Teodor Stochita (RO).
Symposium was funded by Estonian Cultural Endowment, Estonian Centre of Folk Culture, Kohila Township, Development Fund of Rapla County Local Governments, Hungarian Cultural Institute, Estonian Ceramists Association; and additionally supported by Estonian Academy of Arts, ARS Ceramics Center, Kohila School of Arts, Kohila Open Youth Center, Vana-Vigala Technical and Service School (ceramics department), Kohila Paberivabrik MTÜ, Kerako OÜ, Asuurkeraamika OÜ, Vabakond MTÜ and others.
19th Kohila Symposium: Kaeli Benoit (CA), Irina Chirikova (RU), Eglė Einikytė-Narkevičienė (LT), Charlie Hayes (US), Mitch Iburg (US), Tiina Kaljuste (EE), Rakhee Kane (IN), Yuriy Mustatov (UA) and Amber Zuber (CA).
In 2019 the symposium was funded by Kohila Township, The Cultural Endowment of Estonia, Estonian Folk Culture Centre and Estonian Ministry of Culture, Rapla County Development Fund for Local Authorities, and additionally supported by Department of Ceramics at the Estonian Academy of Arts, Kohila Educational Center, OÜ Kerako and many others.
Participants of the 18th Kohila Symposium in 2018: Stefan Andersson (SE), Kay Aplin (UK), Urmas Bereczki (EE), Georg Bogatkin (EE), Lucie Brisson (FR), Alix Brodeur (US), Renata Cassiano (MX), Will Dickert (US), Alistair D. Stevenson (BS).
This symposium was made possible with the help of Estonian Ceramists Association / Eesti Keraamikute Liit, Estonian Cultural Endowment / Eesti Kultuurkapital, Kohila Municipality / Kohila Vald, Development Fund of Rapla County Local Governments / Raplamaa Omavalitsuste Arengufond, Council of Gambling Tax / Hasartmängumaksu Nõukogu, Estonian Academy of Arts (Ceramics Department) / Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Kohila Koolituskeskus and many others.
17th Kohila Symposium: Ábel Lakatos (HU), Craig Hartenberger (US), Kaspars Geiduks (LV), Anna Steinhäusler (AT), Kaisa Laas (EE), Kyung Won Baek (KR), Merja Pohjonen (FIN), Vera Bakastova (RU), Hennie Meyer (ZA).
The 2017 symposium was funded by Estonian Cultural Endowment / Eesti Kultuurkapital, Kohila Municipality / Kohila Vald, Estonian Ceramists Association / Eesti Keraamikute Liit, Development Fund of Rapla County Local Governments / Raplamaa Omavalitsuste Arengufond, and additionally supported by Estonian Academy of Arts, Kohila Koolituskeskus, Kallama OÜ, Kerako OÜ etc.
Kohila Symposium celebrated its 15th anniversary with the exhibition “Tule lummuses” (Enchanted by Fire) in Tallinn Art Hall.
Curator: Pekka Paikkari, Finland
TALLINN ART HALL
Vabaduse Väljak 8
Wed–Sun 12 noon–6 pm