In August we're pleased to host Done Kino, the first Kino Kabaret event in Estonia. At Done Kino, participants will create collaborative film/video projects built from previously shot, unfinished material which they will bring. The workshop is set up as a 99-hour event, in three 33-hour sessions, with a public screening after each session. There's still a bit of space left on the participant roster if you want to join, and the screenings (and opening event) are free to the public.
Also in August, our current artist-in-residence, Juan Carlos Duarte Regino, will lead a three day workshop built around his Pulsar Kite project, looking at the use of wind-based instruments in sound art and public intervention. There's a bit of physical computing/Arduino involved as well as lots of kite-flying.
Justin Tyler Tate, Patrick McGinley and myself have been dreaming about turning Ptarmigan into a restaurant for one night, where we will serve up some of the most bizarre creations born from our shared interest in "food perversion". We are still planning this and will announce the exact date soon, but it should be during the final week of August.