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Academia Non Grata

Academia Non Grata is an alternative independent art academy, run by Non Grata performance group, in which Art is the priority. We also organize three annual international festivals: Printmaking In, Diverse Universe and PƤrnu Fideo and Vilm Festival; as well as custom art events and running alternative art space NG Art Container in Tallinn. Nongrata performance group participates on regular bases on the festivals and exhibitions all over the world.
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http://academianongrata.multiply.com/
http://www.nongrata.ee/

PƤrnu

Estonia

Address:
Suur-Posti 16
PƤrnumaa
80018
Phone: +372 5015672
Website: www.nongrata.ee


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Our Aims

Art is Continuum of human transition in growth. Diverse phases and stages of the transition are morphogenated as artworks. The main purpose is multifold developed integrated personality in possession of the faculty of understanding all the current processes and his/her part in it.  


Location and Getting there

Contact
E-mail: academia@nongrata.ee
Web: www.nongrata.ee
Address: Suur-Posti 16, PƤrnu 80018, Estonia, Europe
Phone: 372 44 26546
Academia non Grata has facilities in both PƤrnu and Tallinn department.
Those cities are located in Estonia, north-east Europe, between Finland, Sweden, Latvia and Russia. Tallinn is the capital of Estonia (ca 400 000 inhabitants), PƤrnu is fifth biggest town in Estonia (ca 45 000 inhabitants), famous for its beautiful beach and resorts, located 130 km south-west from Tallinn.  


Department and information about the department

Academia Non Grata provides sufficient material and spiritual resources, thus enabling creative activities such as performance art, installation, painting, literature, design, graphics, digital photography and video.  


Academic Staff and Description

Al Paldrok
Taje Tross
Ernest Truely
Toomas Kuusing
Mila Balti http://milabalti.multiply.com/
Ville-Karel Viirelaid http://www.hot.ee/villekarel/  


Information For  Undergraduates

Possibilities:

Pre graduate studies - regular classes will be held in case of gathering enough people. Otherwise individual work, consulting with teachers and participating on workshops.

Fee: on individual agreement depending on time period, individual demands and space conditions.  


Information For  Postgraduates

Possibilities:

Post graduate studies and residency in PƤrnu (Suur-Posti 16, PƤrnu) and Tallinn. Includes studio space, individual work, consulting with teachers. Possible to participate on workshops and festivals.

Fee: on individual agreement depending on time period, individual demands and space conditions.  


Information For  International Students

Entrance to Academia Non Grata is on-going. Call +372 5015672 PƤrnu and Tallinn department or send e-mail academia(a)nongrata.ee.

Send us your working plan and examples of works (no more than 2MB, better link) and personal data (name, age, country, previous education).

Possibilities:

1) Post graduate studies and residency in PƤrnu (Suur-Posti 16, PƤrnu). Includes studio space, individual work, consulting with teachers. Possible to participate on workshops and festivals.

2) Pre graduate studies - regular classes will be held in case of gathering enough people. Otherwise individual work, consulting with teachers and participating on workshops.

Fee: on individual agreement depending on time period, individual demands and space conditions.  


Student Facilities

Academia Non Grata
Address: Suur-Posti 16, I floor, PƤrnu, Estonia.
Description: Old wooden house with Academia Non Grata on upper floor and second-hand shop and soup kitchen on ground floor. Nearby are open air market, small shopping center and hardware store. 10 min walking to the center and bus station, 20 min to the beach.
Studio spaces:
Common studio: 100 m2
2 studios: ca 20 m2
1 studio: ca 30 m2
Well-lighted studios with wooden floors are perfect for painting, writing, printmaking, computer work, installation, performance.
Gallery space: In PƤrnu are several art and cultural institutions where is possible to present works. For exhibitions we need to have necessary information in advance.
Equipment: Simple tools (hammer, pinces, saw, electricity stuff, metal cutter, drill etc). Intaglio printing press. Internet connection.
Equipment for fee: Digital photo and video equipment, post production and editing.
Living conditions: WC, kitchen with fridge and warm water. No shower, nearby is a public sauna. Stove heating. Beds, mattresses, blankets, pillows. Stove heating.  


Student Support

Possibilities

- To have creative cooperation with Nongrata group and other residents
- To use existing mental and material environment for creative activities
- To take part on festivals and events organized by Nongrata
- In the case of good creative chemistry to take part in Nongrata performances
- To take part in the courses and workshops of Academia Non Grata (some are free, some cost ca EUR 50-100 per workshop)
- To get private consultation from Academia Non Grata professors
 


Student Life

Students are expected to

- Be engaged in creative activities
- Inform organizers about their plans and activities
- Contribute mentally and creatively into Non Grata activities and creative environment
- Pay for teaching and using equipment as agreed
- Follow the internal procedure rules of Academia Non Grata  


How To Apply

Entrance to Academia Non Grata is on-going. Send e-mail academia(a)nongrata.ee.

Send us examples of works (no more than 2MB, better link) and personal data (name, age, country, previous education).  


Request a prospectus (Number, e-mail or follow link)

http://www.nongrata.ee/uus/oppekavad/tk.htm