Museum lessons in the Adamson-Eric Museum teach pre-schoolers, schoolchildren and groups with special needs about the exciting life and fascinating oeuvre of Adamson-Eric, who was one of the most versatile Estonian artists in 20th-century art circles. Some lessons also concern temporary exhibitions held in the museum. A lesson usually concludes with a creative task in the Art Cellar.
The lessons are held from Monday to Friday in Estonian, or in Russian and English if requested. A lesson needs to be pre-booked. Depending on the content and the age of participants, a lesson can last from sixty to ninety minutes.
The choice of museum lessons is available on our Estonian homepage.
If you wish to book a lesson, please get in touch with us.
Adamson-Eric. The Diversity of a Creator
The tour takes you to the permanent display of the museum, focussing on the complicated and exciting life of the artist Adamson-Eric and his fascinating body of work. Adamson-Eric (1902–1968) was one of the most diverse creative people in the history of Estonian art in the 20th century. He is known primarily as a consummate painter, but also worked in almost all of the applied arts.
Duration: 60 minutes
Recommended size of the group: 10–34 people.
Price of the tour in Estonian: 45 € per group + admission ticket of 7 €/5 € per person
Price of the tour in a foreign language: 55 € per group + admission tickets
Tours can be ordered in Russian, English, Finnish, Danish, Japanese and Spanish.
Tour for students (high school-level): 15 € + admission ticket of 5 €
To make the tour more fun, we recommend you book a workshop to go with it. More about workshops can be found here.