LIVEstonia nägu: Anton, Noorteklubi Aktiiv

The main activities or topics are making the effective involvement in: youth cultures (theatre, music, dance, and art), organizing workshops and entertainments for youngsters (Flash mob, forum-theatre,...

LIVEstonia nägu: Ana Arruda, Samba kool

I am Ana Arruda, and I’m a samba dancer. And I come here today to invite you to dance with me. I will teach you some shakes,...

LIVEstonia nägu: Leonardo Ortega, Mehhiko talentide ühendus Eestis

The Mexican Talent Network Chapter in Estonia is part of  “Red Global MX”, a global network initiative uniting the qualified Mexican diaspora living all around the world,...

LIVEstonia nägu: Aleksandra Murre, Kadrioru kunstimuuseum

The Kadriorg Art Museum introduces, preserves and collects early foreign art – primarily western European and Russian paintings, graphic arts, sculpture and applied arts. The museum is...

LIVEstonia nägu: Diana Ehand, Lsnamäe Huvikool

The mission of our school is: «We learn and grow together!» Every child since the age of three, as well as every adult,  can find an activity...

LIVEstonia nägu: Shmuel Efraim Kot, Tallinna sünagoog

Tallinn Synagogue symbolizes the living miracle of the Jewish people. Despite the hard times that the Jewish community in Estonia had to face, we are still living....

LIVEstonia nägu: Yar Muhammad, Pakistani-Eesti Assotsiatsioon (PEA)

Pakistan Estonia Association (PEA) aims to provide a platform to promote and strengthen the broad-based social, economic and cultural ties between Estonia and Pakistan. The aim of...

LIVEstonia nägu: Marina Poltavtseva, RMK

The center of the forest management (RMK) guards, protects and operates the forest which belongs to  Estonian government and other diverse nature associations. RMK grows a new...

LIVEstonia nägu: Einike Sooväli, Eesti Vabaõhumuuseum

Estonian Open Air Museum’s Centre of Multicultural Estonia introduces the culture, history and art of the ethnic minorities living in Estonia. With the opening of two new...

LIVEstonia nägu: Aleksandr Aidarov, tšuvaši rahvamuusikabänd “Taraj”

We are travelers who bring the Chuvash music to the new lands. We are diplomats as our music bridges East and West. We are rebels who support...

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