A playwright became a president, a singing revolution overthrew a dictatorship, forbidden writers climbed on balconies and talked to the crowds. 1989 was a unique year, when artists had the chance to create a new political system, and when free creativity was the sign of a new age in Central and Eastern Europe.
Estonian artist Kristina Norman takes part in a gathering what brings together artists, activists, scholars and leaders of different generations to discuss among themselves as well as with broad public. The discussion will be accompanied by performances, screenings, and a library of banned books.
Revolution is not a garden party on 27 October 2019 at 10:00-20:00.
Entrance is free.
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