The Congress is going to be held in a vastly renovated old powerplant building situated close to the Medieval Old city of Tallinn, (a UNESCO World heritage site) known around the world for its well-preserved completeness and authentic Hanseatic architecture. The social programme of the congress will provide many opportunities for the delegates to catch up with their old and new friends.

Tallinn Creative Hub is the main activity to have continued beyond Tallinn’s year as European Capital of Culture. It was founded by the City of Tallinn. The aim of the foundation is to expand Tallinn and Estonia’s cultural scene in collaboration with a range of organisations.

The objective is to shape the reconstructed Creative Hub as a development centre for culture exports and local creative industry, as an attractive part of urban space and as a learning and leisure centre.

Tallinn Creative Hub (Kultuurikatel)
Põhja pst 27A