Exhibition “Timetravel To The Soviet Everyday” takes a humorous look at the time period which, who can still remember, was full of absurdity and stories to share to the future generations – about how the normal folk made ends meet, despite the complicated conditions.
The exhibition also includes items found from the Saare KEK building which was built in 1982.
The exhibition looks at the time period of 1970-1980’s
By then, the soviet regime had been around for long enough so that people understood what deficit is and how consistent it can be. For some this era included happy childhood memories, for some it was an exciting time to learn how to make new things.
Meaning, grownups were simply trying to make ends meet, to survive and create some comfort in life despite the the tough conditions. This is what our exhibition talks about.
Open in the Summer from Wednesday to Sunday, from the 1st of June until the 10th of August 2022 – 11:00 – 17:00.
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Exhibition item descriptions are in Estonian, English, Russian and Finnish.