Five years ago, Kumu Art Museum opened its doors for the first time to the art loving visitors.
In the five years that Kumu has operated, it has organised many world class exhibitions, introducing international masters such as Joan Miró, Félicien Rops, Andy Warhol and John Constable creations. The museum has seen 70 exhibitions and been visited by 650 000 people. The director of Kumu Art Museum, Anu Liivak hopes to see the 1 millionth visitors by the end of the Cultural Capital year.
The museum continues to deliver exciting and captivating art projects throughout the Capital of Culture year. Apart from the usual opening times and ticket fares the museum is also offering free visits and has introduced so called “One Euro day” enabling visitors to enter the museum for an Euro.
This May 14 and 18, June 1 the museum offers free entry to all visitors.
April 20, September 7 and December 21 are “One Euro day” in all Estonian Art Museums. On Wednesdays museums are now open until 8pm.
Full exhibition list of the Art Museums of Estonia available here.
More information at www.ekm.ee