Kai Art Center

On 20 September 2019, the international Kai Arts Centre will open its doors in a former submarine factory complex.

Several Estonian art organisations have offices in the former submarine factory complex, which is under heritage protection and over 100 years old. There are top-of-the-art exhibition rooms and a 100-seat auditorium, as well as an international residency programme. In addition, there are various food studios and a restaurant on the ground floor of the building.

The work of Kai Arts Centre is organised by the Estonian Contemporary Art Development Centre.

On 20 September 2019, the international Kai Arts Centre will open its doors in a former submarine factory complex.

Several Estonian art organisations have offices in the former submarine factory complex, which is under he

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