Semiofest Tallinn Tickets are now available on our website.
Let us introduce briefly, what are the options.
Tartu Semiotics Training Day on June 1 – 100€
Did you know that Juri Lotman was commissioned to do applied research by the Leningrad University of Aerospace Instrumentation for the preparation of Soviet Union’s space program? In fact, most of his theory has been born out of case studies and applied research. The training day will include introduction into the core concepts and methods of Tartu Semiotic School with practical examples.
Training Day also includes Semiotic expert analysis training session.
Semiotic analysis is a matter of interpretation. How rigorous can that be? In Estonia, we have a long and extensive experience with semiotic expert analyses conducted for legal disputes. We have developed an approach that is rigorous enough to stand as an expert testimony. However, the scope of application is much wider than the legal disputes and can help to overcome the impression that semiotics is a mere play of interpretations, sometimes expressed by the clients.
Free lunch and coffee breaks are included.
Semiofest Tallinn 2016 “Semiotics and Culture of Innovation”, Jun 2-4, 180 EUR
Three day program from June 2-4 includes keynotes, presentations, boot camps, discussions, different formats to encourage creation and change of ideas. With your ticket you’ll also receive: lunch on all three days, coffee breaks on all three days and free wifi. And please join in our festive gathering on Friday evening. Please note that the price does not include Training Day on June 1.
If you wish, you can also buy a ticket for a single day:
- 1st day of Semiofest Tallinn 2016 “Semiotics and Culture of Innovation”, Jun 2, 100 EUR
- 2nd day of Semiofest Tallinn 2016 “Semiotics and Culture of Innovation”, Jun 3, 100 EUR
- 3rd day of Semiofest Tallinn 2016 “Semiotics and Culture of Innovation”, Jun 4, 50 EUR
Included in the price are free lunch and coffee breaks for your chosen day, also you are kindly invited to our festive gathering on Friday evening. Please note that Sat June 4 is a half day (the program lasts until lunch).
Guided tour on Saturday afternoon, Jun 4, 30 EUR
Estonians pride themselves for the big forests and wild bogs and marshes. We are no different. So we would like to take you out of Tallinn to a small walk in the forest or over a raised bog, guided by no other than Kalevi Kull, professor of biosemiotics at the department of semiotics. The tour will take 4-5 hours after we conclude our conference, together with a bus drive. Please note that Guided Tour is not included in the price of the conference.
Please register and buy your tickets.
View preliminary program.
See you in Tallinn!