Visitors, both local and foreign, touring this summer in Tartu. Amongst visitors, there’s a photo of small presents that were especially created by our guide Agnieszka for the winners of our orienteering game tour!
In July a new street art festival, entitled Rural Urban Art, took place in one of Estonia’s counties, Põlvamaa. The mission was to bring art to small towns. The end of the festival gave a great opportunity to hold a street art tour and introduce the wallpaintings that had been created. The guide Salme was also a co-organizer of the festival. Here are a few teasers – but seeing is believing 😉
Pseudo Tours turned 2 at the beginning of June We celebrated at Barlova with folks who have contributed into developing this brand. Not everyone could be there but it’s important for you all to know that your help is MUCH APPRECIATED 💛 THANK YOU and let’s keep the tours rolling
Sunny tour on Monday morning! Educators from Singapore in front of Tartu University with our guide Agnieszka. 14th of May.
Startup Day in town! Peeps from the conference exploring the alternative side of Tartu on Saturday, the 9th of December 🙂
Teaching French children about street art at the street art festival in Uzerche, september 2017.
Saturday hangover tour 🙂 2nd of September
Merci! People like these – motivated, curious, enthusiastic – are the reason I love my job! Street art tour in french for a lovely French family. On the background artwork by Awer. 16th of August
Artists from the Tartu Artist in Residence program get to know everything about Tartu from Agnieszka. Photos from August 9th with Jazmina Cininas, Izabela Galas and Paul Pretzer and July 23rd with Joséphine and Toshihito Watanabe.
Young musicians from Toronto and Copenhagen. The Toronto Estonian Choirhad a nightly street art tour on the 6th of July. The Danish Youth Orchestra, who are standing in front of the artwork of Maari Soekov, had a morning street art tour on the 31st of July. Guide: Salme
American students from the Citadel Military College visiting Tartu for three weeks. What could be better then a history tour and tips for the best spots from our local expert Lexo Chanadiri! 28th of July
Especially for our lovely partner Looming Hostel we prepared a historical city tour with a twist – ORIENTEERING GAME! Look how happy they were after solving all the tasks and getting the prize 6th of June 2017.
What’s more, from now on it’s possible to order your own ORIENTEERING GAME! Get to know more about Tartu in an active way 🙂
Absolutely lovely group of people after a birthday tour around Karlova. 2,5 hours of street art – there is just so much to admire, tell and discuss! 3rd of June 2017.
On the background is a debut mural made by a highschool student / street-artist Kersti Joala.
Here are the students and teachers of Ahtme and Iisaku after a tour on the 2nd of May. The towns are located at the eastern part of Estonia where street art doesn’t really exist.
These students are involved with an education project which purpose is to teach them all about street art: from theory to painting. The project is part of Tartu’s street art festival Stencibility and it’s sure that by the end of this summer, Ahtme will have an artsy new look!
A great crowd of 31 people after the Twisted History Tour with the tour guide Agnieszka. 27th of April
Courageous but happy folks after a super rainy Twisted History Tour! 25th of April
Happy folks after the Polish tour witch was held within the Polish Culture Days on the 9th of April. The background mural is a piece by Polish artists SEPE and Chazme who painted it for the Stencibility festival in 2015.
Photo: Maciej Mikulski
First tour of the year with a cheerful crowd from Latvia. And very brave – thanks for bearing the cold! 29th of January 2017.
A private tour for Canadian YouTubers Christian LeBlanc and Laura Reid. This tour was probably the slipperiest and slowest tour of all times! But yet, a true pleasure 🙂 8th of December 2016.
The tour is also featured in Christian’s vlog:
A friendly encounter between a dog and a dog-admirer during our Saturday stroll. 19th of November 2016.
A snowy tour with students attending the educational program of the Tartu Art Museum. 5th November 2016. Photo by Anni-Mari Pehlak
First ever street art tour in Telliskivi Loomelinnak. Held within the one-day festival Telliskivi peidus pool | Hidden Telliskivi. Authors of the artworks: Bordalo II – Bordalo Segundo, Bonar, Martin Ron Murales. Photo by Aron Urb
Autumn is the time of student tours! Students from Tartu Veeriku School, Raatuse School and Tartu Kutsehariduskeskus. September and October 2016.
International students from the Estonian summer course, it was fun with you guys! August 3rd, 2016. Photos by the guide Salme and Mariann Proos
The lovely people on the last Pseudo Tour of the summer. July 31st, 2016. Photo by the guide Salme 🙂
A glimpse to a tour organized for the participants of DD Academy “World Changers Conference”. June 10th, 2016. Photo by Marie Kliiman
Tour in June 2016 for a group of people connected to the local cultural factory Aparaaditehas. Photo by Priit Mürk
Tour in May 2016 for a group of students from the Tartu Veeriku School. Photo by Kristel Kruuse
Tour in November 2015 for a group of birthday celebrators. Photos by Dan Mikkin and Mare Adermann
Tour in May 2015 for a group from Estonian Forensic Science Institute.
Tour in December 2014 held within the Tartu Art Museum exhibition “Typical Individuals. Graffiti and Street Art in Tartu 1994–2014”. Photos by Kristel Sibul
Tour in November 2014 held within the Tartu Art Museum exhibition “Typical Individuals. Graffiti and Street Art in Tartu 1994–2014”. Photos by Jaak Kikas