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ESTONIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS' URBAN STUDIES MASTER PROGRAMME



The Estonian Academy of Arts is now inviting applications for their Urban Studies MA Programme.

The programme critically engages with manifold aspects to the contemporary urban question, integrating insights from urban studies and urban planning, architecture theory, sociology, ethnography and geography. It integrates design and experimental approaches with a conceptually robust and research-driven critical agenda, preparing students for understanding, questioning and intervening into urban spaces and institutions.

More information: www.artun.ee/urban


INCOGNITA'S ARCHITECTURE TRIPS: DISCOVER EASTERN EUROPEAN ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM



Have a closer look at the programme of the Switzerland-based "Incognita Kulturwissen" that organizes faszinating architecture trips around the world.

Visit their online database or join one of their study tours.

www.incognita.ch
www.ostarchitektur.com