The Window of Culture (Kultuuriaken), with its new stylish content and appearance, is now accessible to the public.
The Window of Culture brings together information on the events and recreational activities taking place in Tartu – it helps you find the best festivals, world-class concerts and theatre shows, entertaining family events, interesting lectures, educational activities and much more. The website is not only a great place to find the most appealing events in Tartu but also one of the best places to advertise your events because in order to make the selection of events and recreational activities as rich and varied as possible, organisers can add the information, pictures and videos on their own. Adding events and recreational activities into Window of Culture is FREE of charge. There is no need to log in to the website but if you wish to manage and edit previous entries later on, then you can do so only if you had added the information while logged in.
The new kultuuriaken.tartu.ee is now available in three languages and can be conveniently read from smart devices.
The new webpage places a much greater emphasis on convenience, both from the perspective of webpage visitors as well as organisers of cultural activities. Users are able to enter and share information in Estonian, English, and Russian, and unlike the previous version, the new Window of Culture webpage allows for the group-based entry of information on recreational activities. Webpages can be used conveniently from either a computer or mobile telephone, and are also connected to social media.
A detailed search system has been added, allowing for information of interest to be added to one’s calendar and the locations of events and recreational activities to be viewed on a map.
The procurements for the shaping and development of the Window of Culture were organised by the City of Tartu in the summer of 2016, and development began in the fall of the same year. Both procurements were won by Wideman Interactive.