Evelin Tamm

Evelin Tamm is an Estonian artist, activist and freelance journalist living in Sweden. Her work is a colourful collage of creative actions online and in real life including painting, digital art, filming, poetry, women´s rights actions, collecting and sharing feminist history and stories, environmental thought, alternative education in practice and theory.

The very first Estonian feminists – Lilli Suburg and Marie Reisik

As we celebrate the international women’s day, it is worth to take a look at the stories of two strong and highly influential women who played the leading roles in Estonian women’s rights movement in the 19th and 20th century. In anticipation of Estonia’s 100th birthday in 2018, there are …

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Toomas Tuulse started to learn the piano when he was eight years old. Photo: Kristiina Gilts Stenhardt

Toomas Tuulse 70: “Working with choirs has been an unbroken thread in my life”

Toomas Tuulse is a multifaceted, radiant person – a composer, pianist and a choir conductor; no major concert or celebration within the Stockholm Estonian community takes place without him. Like tens of thousands of others, his parents fled Estonia in the autumn of 1944 and reached Sweden’s shores. How was …

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Tuulikki Bartosik’s chatterbox, accordion and eight languages

The multifaceted Estonian accordionist and music teacher, Tuulikki Bartosik, debuted her first album “Storied Sounds” at the recent Tallinn Music Week. The album is a collection of tunes written and recorded over many years and compiled into one album. Bartosik’s classical and theoretical studies, with a master’s degree in traditional …

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