At the international street art exhibition Hide-and-seek (in Estonian "Peitus: Pärmikas") in Tartu's former yeast factory, you can play hide and seek with artworks on three floors!



Sepe (PL)
Zahars Ze (LV)
Jay Pop (PL)
Pintsel (EE)
Stina Leek  (EE)
Edward von Lõngus (EE)
Klub2020 (PL)
Ziepe (LV)
Tron Karton (LV)
Akvilė Magicdusté (LT)
Kobayashi (PL)
NSN997 (IT)
Anton Hudo (UA)
Krõõt Kukkur (EE)
Sänk (EE)
müra2000 (EE)
126 (EE)

The exhibition is curated by Kadri Lind and Sirla.

More information about the exhibition and festival artists HERE!


The exhibition series "Hide and Seek" uses vacant buildings by inviting street artists to hide works in different rooms for visitors to find. Some of the artists work on the site for several days, while others come for just a few hours, which means that you can find both major works and small surprises when you explore the three floors of the building. The artists's works are inspired by the rich history of the former yeast factory of the former yeast factory.

The yeast factory was built at Pikk 58 in 1883, originally for the production of yeast, then used as a vodka mill and later as a dispensary. The building became affectionately known as Pärmikas when the Tartu Culture Factory was established there, which operated from 2008 to 2010 and became an important hub of Tartu's alternative culture.

Stencibility will organise one more cultural event in the building before the entire Pärmika quarter is redeveloped.



Vernissage on 4 July at 19:00.

5 July - 4 August, Thu-Sun 13:00-19:00

You can buy the tickets HERE or on the spot. Price: 5 euros.

The exhibition is the main event of the 15th Stencibility Festival and is part of the main programme of Tartu 2024.

More about the festival:

NB! The exhibition takes place in an abandoned building, not in a classical gallery space. Entry at your own risk.