“NOASS” Floating Arts Centre

Vilnius Academy of Arts Design Innovations Centre “Titanikas”


Ptarmigan is a project space that has been operating in Tallinn since April 2011. Ptarmigan exists to provide a space for unusual projects of a participatory nature, focusing on critical, creative aesthetics and open-form interactions. Our projects over the years have

The Gardens

The Gardens is Vilnius based exhibition space opened by Inesa Pavlovskaitė and Gerda Paliušytė in 2012. Address:  Konstitucijos pr. 12A (planetarium) 09308, Vilnius Lithuania Opening hours: by appointment Contact: E-mail: info@thegardens.lt T: +370 686 04325 (Inesa), +370 621 84238 (Gerda), +370 675

Kumu Art Museum

Kumu is the headquarters of the Art Museum of Estonia, as well as the largest and most impressive exhibition venue in Estonia. The museum opened on 17 February 2006. In 2008 Kumu received the European Museum of the Year Award.

(AV17) Gallery

The (AV17) gallery, established in 2011, is one of few Lithuanian galleries that exclusively exhibit contemporary object, sculpture, installation and conceptual jewelry art. The gallery collaborates with well-known conceptual sculptors in Lithuania and abroad, while paying attention to introduce first

Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts

Nida Art Colony (NAC) is a new subdivision of the Vilnius Academy of Arts. It was developed under the EEA and Norway Grants support and opened in March 2011. NAC is a meeting place for experienced and emerging artists, designers,

Klaipėda Culture Communication Center

Klaipėda Culture Communication Center (hereinafter referred to as KCCC) was founded in 2005. The creative structure of one of the biggest art centers in Lithuania today comprises the Exhibition Hall, International Art Residence and Studio, the Culture Portal www.kulturpolis.lt. KCCC organizes

Galerija VARTAI

Galerija VARTAI, one of the first private galleries in Lithuania, was founded in 1991, the same year that Lithuania regained its independence after five long decades of Soviet occupation. It has played a vital role in the cultural life of

Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art

The Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (LCCA) is an internationally active non-governmental culture organization that offers an independent perspective on current topics and recent historical events through the looking glass of art. Since 1993 the centre holds various exhibitions and