We invite you to participate at the international Light Fair that will take place 29-30/10/2021 in hybrid format: it will be open simultaneously at the Estonian National Museum in Tartu as well as on a virtual platform. Fair booths will be open to the public at the Estonian National Museum but everyone will also be able to visit the fair, get acquainted with the exhibitors, participate at product presentations, webinars, etc. at live online events. We aim to bring together producers and consumers all over the world and raise awareness about the importance of high-quality lighting despite the epidemiological situation. All exhibitors that have booked a booth at the Estonian National Museum will be presented on the web platform both in English and Estonian free of charge. Due to possible travel restrictions we offer foreign companies the possibility to participate with a virtual fair booth only. On 31 August all exhibitors are invited to participate at a free information seminar to learn about different (technological) opportunities provided at the fair as well as how to take maximum advantage of them. We will be creating a safe fair space and offering an intensive program featuring a retrospective of the works of Estonian light and lighting designers. Architects, artists, designers, resellers, developers, officers of local municipalities as well as everyone else interested in the world of lighting will have a chance for face-to-face communication with (other) designers, producers and resellers and discovering innovative solutions. More information: https://tartuvalgus.ee/valgusmess-eksponendile/ The Light Fair is a part of the TAVA2021 festival program. TAVA or Tartu in Light is a consistent, international, cross-disciplinary festival of light art and lighting art. The festival takes place biannually and TAVA2021 is the third addition. Together with Tartu in Light the annual general meeting of LUCI (Lighting Urban Community International) will take place in Estonia for the 1st time. It will gather the world’s top professionals from the fields of light art and architectural lighting in Tartu. Who is expected to participate? • Providers of technical lighting products and supplies • Providers of decorative lighting products and supplies • Providers of event and show lighting services • Providers of light art and lighting services • Organizations and educational institutions Who is the potential visitor of the Light Fair? International delegates of LUCI AGM and TAVA2021 conference; representatives of local municipalities; TAVA artists and designers; professionals and students as well as wholesalers and retailers connected with the field of lighting; representatives of real estate agencies and smart individual consumers. We invite you to introduce your products and services!
TARTU IN LIGHT ANNOUNCES THE OPEN CALL FOR TAVA2020 LIGHTING DESIGN WORKSHOP LEADERS AND LIGHT ARTISTS
Architectural Lighting and Light Art Festival Tartu in Light | TAVA2020 announces the open call for both Estonian and International artists and designers to create city space light installations and to lead IALD architectural lighting workshops. Everyone who is fascinated by
In a year's time, dark and autumnal Tartu will become a luminous lighting centre, bringing knowledge and warmth into the heart of the city through light. The main events of the Tartu Architectural Lighting and Light Art Festival TAVA2020 will take place from 28th to 31st October 2020, but the