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 organizes the international contemporary art festival SURVIVAL KIT.

LCCA carries out research and publishes articles, collects and distributes information on contemporary art, as well as organizes lectures, discussions, conferences and cultivates interdisciplinary and innovative culture initiatives, not to mention participating in creating culture policies.

The director of the LCCA is Solvita Krese.

The information centre and the LCCA Office Gallery, which serves as a platform for experimental exhibitions and workshops by Latvain and foreign artists, as well as discussions, lectures and film screenings

Address:

Alberta Street 13, Riga, Latvia

Opening hours:

I-V 12:00 – 18:00

Contact:

+ 371 67039282

alise.ziemule@lcca.lv

Official website/other links/social media: 

http://www.lcca.lv/en/news/

http://www.survivalkit.lv/en/news/

https://twitter.com/lcca_lv

https://www.facebook.com/LMC.LV

https://vimeo.com/lcca

Directions:

Art Noveau district of Riga City. Alberta Street 13, 7th floor.

By tram (5, 6, 7, 9):  name of the stop – Ausekļa iela. Walk down Elizabetes Street, left turn to Strēlnieku Street, right turn to Alberta Street.

By trolleybus (1, 19, 24): name of the stop Medicīnas muzejs. Walk down Kalpaka Boulevard, right turn to Strēlnieku Street, right turn to Alberta Street.

Echo Gone Wrong
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July 2, 2013
Published in Institutions in Latvia
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