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Philosophicum Hall Gallery

The Hall Gallery aims to uphold the idea of the universitas, which connects different disciplines, and presents artistic creation from the university's employees, students and alumni.

Works are exhibited on the walls of the main staircase on four floors. Exhibitions are usually open Mon-Fri 7.30-20.30 and Sat-Sun 8.00-18.00.


"The Layout of the Holy Clementine"

Previous exhibitions

An exhibition of imitation painting, masks and puppets from the students of UT's VIljandi Culture Academy.


Exhibition view, photo by Sander Mändoja

A photo exhibition by Jaana Eigi-Watkin presenting the experience of the year 2020 through snapshots of two moments in each month.


Jaana Eigi-Watkin "November"

A photo exhibition by two Hebrew scholars explored different encounters in the language of images.

Photo by Anu Põldsam

Photo and video exhibition on the topic of the Estonian artist group Tallinnfilm Surrealists.

A solo exhibition by French artist Jean Arnaud combined French and Estonian cultural and natural history. Part of the Response Events research-creation project.

"To the Edge" by Jean Arnaud

A landscape painting exhibition by associate professor of philosophy of science Endla Lõhkivi exhibited both traditional painting and digital painting.

Painting by Endla Lõhkivi

The exhibition of paintings by physicist and philosopher Madis Kõiv examined his works form the philosophical point of view.

Madis Kõiv painting. Source: private collection

Margit Sutrop's photos, inspired by the music of Arvo Pärt, searched for the extraordinary in ordinary situations.

"Spiegel im Spiegel" by Margit Sutrop
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Vabade kunstide professuur

Professor of Liberal Arts

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Püha Klementiini pinnalaotus

„The Layout of the Holy Clementine“ - exhibition by Jaanus Eensalu in Philosophicum Hall Gallery

Jaapani kultuuri õhtul õpitakse valmistama matcha teed.

Learn how to make tea in a Japanese culture evening