Exhibition of costumes in Pärnu

On May 13, an exhibit of the works by designer Madis Nurms will be opened in Pärnu. The opening of the exhibition also marks the beginning of the international opera festival PromFest.

Costumes of "GO" displayed at Tartu Art School

Year 2016 marks the 65th anniversary year of Tartu Art School. To celebrate the jubilee, teachers and school staff will display their art in a very diverse exhibition showing paintings, watercolors, top-class crafts, music, poems, graphics, furniture, and much more.  Exhibit also features three costumes from the ballet "GO - a Game for Two".

Opening of the exhibition will take place on February 23 at 12.15 in the lobby of the school. All are welcome!
Dress code of the event is blue black and white

Exhibition of dance costumes in Tartu

Solo exhibition of Madis Nurms was opened on the opening night of Teet Kask's ballet "GO - a Game for Two" in the small house of Vanemuine Theatre, Tartu.

Although the designer has mainly created costumes for the opera, this exhibition is focused on his costumes for dance and performances.

On display are stage costumes from different productions and though costumes are usually designed to be viewed from a distance, the audience now has an opportunity to have a closer look and also to feel the materials used. 

Exhibition at Saaremaa Art Studio

On thursday, March 28th 2013  an solo exhibition of Madis Nurms will be opened at the Saaremaa Art Studio. 

Hear the interview about the exhibition by Tõnis Kipper at a local Radio Kadi in Estonian 

Last day to see the costumes at Tartu Art School


The costumes of G.Verdi's "Attila" shown at the solo exhibition of works of  Madis Nurms travel back to Kaunas tomorrow, March 13th. Rest of the exhibition will stay opened until March 31st.

Exhibition at Tartu Art School

On thursday, 1 March an solo exhibition of Madis Nurms will be opened at the Tartu Art School. The exhibition focuses on the role of the designer in theater, the visitors are introduced to the process where sketches, drawings and models form the visual basis of a performance.