MakerLab is a universal workshop for creating products and prototypes. It awaits active people with exciting ideas, on their own or with friends. In MakerLab you can learn, carry out training events, create prototypes and ask for advice and help in solving tasks. More info: Alain 56 295 327, Vootele 56 2011 00, Maiko 55 540 185 / email@example.com
FoodLab is a meeting point of food, open culture, art and technology. The lab offers a kitchen environment for carrying out cooking courses, developing products and working out a concept for one’s company. The development centre is meant for professionals, amateurs and science centres.
The brewing school and beer kitchen Tark Bakter OÜ (Smart Bacteria) has been operating in Tallinn Creative Hub’s FoodLab since December 2015. If you’d like to try your hand at brewing beer then don’t be afraid to ask for more information! More info: Tark Bakter OÜ / Kultuurikatel, Põhja pst 27a / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.tarkbakter.ee / www.facebook.com/tarkbakter
Tallinn Creative Hub Sound Studio is a place for audiovisual creativity and it’s equipped with professional audio recording technology. The rooms have specifically designed sound and vibration insulation layers and acoustic dampening surfaces.
Since December 2017 Retrosonic OÜ, a production and recording studio has been running the Sound Studio. More info: Retrosonic OÜ / Kultuurikatel, Põhja pst 27A / email@example.com / +372 5373 0863 / www.retrosonic.studio / www.facebook.com/retrosonicproaudio / www.instagram.com/retrosonicproaudio
The aims of the Creative Hub’s creative education programme are to inspire people of different ages and backgrounds to start working together; to create opportunities for sharing knowledge and experience; and to promote the integration of different fields.
The programme is a symbiosis of various cultures, topics, movements and theories, such as creative teaching, media art, journalism, literature, music, food culture, entrepreneurship and human rights. The programme is also a connecting link between the Creative Hub’s other activities, such as the Food Lab and MakerLab.
Seminars, training events, workshops, artist talks, creative people’s exchange programmes et al. are all the result of the creative education programme.
More info: Dagmar Kase / firstname.lastname@example.org / +372 58 874 921
Tallinn Creative Hub’s special development environment for creative industries was established with the help of Enterprise Estonia’s support structures for creative industries.