This was an article for the Estonian cultural newspaper Sirp. I proposed to explore the social responsibility of arts infrastructures in smaller cities on the example of NART in the border town of Narva, Estonia. The interview with NART's director Johanna Rannula took stock of how under her leadership the organisation has taken a bigger role in the urban space as well as socially. The conversation includes reflections on the border town identity, receiving Ukrainian refugees, and culture-led urbanism.
You can read the article here (in Estonian).