The city of Tallinn is set to host immersive audio walk event, “AND NOW ARE YOU HERE,” on February 3rd and 4th, 2024. This unique experience invites the audience to explore the hidden layers of Tallinn’s urban landscape through a series of audio-guided walks presented in English for both locals and visitors to enjoy.

This event is a collaboration under the CPPM international cohort, supervised by Imanuel Schipper (Rimini Protokoll / CPPM) and Giacomo Veronesi (CPPM). Dramaturg Pauli Patinen (Uniarts Helsinki) has also contributed his expertise to this creative endeavor.

The creative team comprises a diverse group of CPPM students, including Jennifer Bagg from Australia, DongBin Lee from South-Korea, Rebecca Green from the USA, Amy Reade from the UK, Javier Cárcel Hidalgo-Saavedra from Spain, Katia Skylar from Finland/Russia, Misia Żurek from Poland, Rasmus Jensen from Denmark, Sofia Filippou from Greece, and Kymbali Williams, who brings a mix of Ghanaian, UK, and Estonian influences. Estonian CPPM students Britt Kõrsmaa, Elo Tuule Järv, Kirte Jõesaar, and Kreete Tarmo also join the lineup, alongside with Anita Kremm and Liisamari Viik from the Estonian Academy of Arts.

The event begins at Tallinna Kunstihoone Galerii, where the audience can choose from seven distinct audio walks, each offering a 30-60-minute journey through Tallinn’s historic old town and its surroundings. With starting times available every hour from 11:00 to 18:00, participants are encouraged to book their time slot to secure their experience.

Preparation tips include dressing warmly for the winter weather, bringing headphones for the audio experience, and ensuring smartphones are fully charged. This event promises to unveil the city’s secrets, delve into its history, and immerse participants in the atmospheric essence of Tallinn during winter.

Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with the urban environment of Tallinn through the creative visions of an international cohort of artists and students, offering a unique, sensory exploration of the city’s stories.