Tallinn Creative Hub is a creative centre in the heart of Tallinn. Its doors are open to visitors of all ages. It is available for hosting a variety of cultural events and activities focussing on the creative industry.
- Creative industry workshops
- Seminars and lectures
- Gala events
AN INSPIRING SPACE FOR EVENT ORGANISERS
LABS FOR IMAGINATIVE IDEAS
- MakerLab / a universal workshop for creating product samples and prototypes
- Recording studio / a studio for recording and producing sound
- FoodLab / a place for creating and trying out recipes
A CREATIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATION
- Creative education / a programme for developing interdisciplinary collaboration
OPEN URBAN SPACE FOR CULTURE AND MUSIC PROGRAMMES
- Tallinn Creative Hub Garden / a community garden open in summer for people to spend free time in, as well as a venue for creative young individuals and amateurs
- Kanala café / The Creative Hub Garden’s summer café
Foundation Tallinn Creative Hub is a founding member of NICE network.
N.I.C.E. spells out as ‚Network for Innovations in Culture and Creativity in Europe’. This nascent network invites stakeholders from all over Europe to join forces and systematically promote the impact of culture on innovation, urban development and economic growth as set out in the EU Agenda 2014 – 2020.
To this end, N.I.C.E. will develop new tools and services for Europe-wide cooperation in the field of culture and creative industries and make these services available to its partners. In doing so, special attention will be paid to how to initiate and use spillover effects from arts, culture, and creative industries.
With its integrative smart action approach, N.I.C.E. will offer a partnership open to all interested parties: stakeholders from cultural and creative sectors (e.g. organisers of festivals, incubators, co-working spaces, etc.), from national agencies, from platforms representing the interests of creative industries, from cities’ administrations, from chambers of commerce, and from universities or cultural institutions such as theatres and museums. They all are invited to learn from each other and form alliances within and beyond N.I.C.E.
A decisive thrust should result from the cross-sectoral diversity of the various members. Their interaction will create those unexpected positive spillover effects which Prof. Pier Luigi Sacco has labelled ‚Culture 3.0‘ during the European Culture Forum in Brussels in 2011. Over the past few years, such diverse and complex smart strategies in cultural and creative sectors have been successfully implemented at local and regional levels. Now clearly an equivalent is required at the European level: a European network of stakeholders who interact in a sustainable way and cooperate in an interdisciplinary partnership that goes beyond individual projects and pre-defined project durations. Thus, local needs may be combined with European potentials to achieve sustainable results. And that’s N.I.C.E. More info: nice-europe.eu
Tallinn Creative Hub’s special development environment for creative industries was established with the help of Enterprise Estonia’s support structures for creative industries.