Kai Art Center, a new international art center, opened its doors in Tallinn's Noblessner port campus on September 20. Kai Art Center is a new cultural hub for local and international art in the historic and culturally vibrant Noblessner area on Tallinn’s waterfront. Spearheaded by the Estonian Contemporary Art Development Center, the more than 100-year-old heritage-protected building -- a former submarine plant -- provides 450 square meters of top-floor exhibition space, presenting four main exhibitions each year. The center also includes a movie theater, four food and drink joint...
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