Inter-PAGAN network to research, discuss and perform indigeneity within contemporary art, music and new media in Northern Europe

On September 22nd 2018 during Autumn Equinox (when the night is equal to the day and astronomical autumn starts), Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts launches, together with 8 partners, the Inter-PAGAN network which transcribes as “Inter &

The 5th Nida Doctoral School ‘Tweezers and Squeezers’ focuses on art research methods

The fifth Nida Doctoral School, themed “Tweezers and Squeezers”, runs from the 21st to the 26th of August at VAA Nida Art Colony. This year a multidisciplinary group of practice- and theory-based doctoral candidates together with distinguished international tutors and

Vilnius Gallery Weekend. 7–10 September 2017 in Vilnius and Lentvaris.

2017 09 07 - 2017 09 10
Gallery weekends have been happening across different cities in Europe and the World for decades now, usually taking place at the same time as first exhibition openings after summer, thus marking the beginning of the new season of arts in

International creative laboratory–camp on ecological robotics, biopolitics and creative practice will take place in Nida, Lithuania in September

A group of artists from different countries will gather for an international creative laboratory–camp, titled “Ecological robotics, biopolitics and creative practice”, organised by Vilnius Academy of Arts (VDA) in collaboration with Allenheads Contemporary Arts (ACA) and Institutio media, on 1–10

Contemporary Art Festival SURVIVAL KIT 9 Introduces the Artists

This year, SURVIVAL KIT 9, the biggest annual contemporary art exhibition in the Baltics, presents 24 internationally recognized, as well as emerging young artists. Among the works are both internationally known as well as specially commissioned new pieces aimed at

11th Kaunas Biennial announces the list of artists

The 11th Kaunas Biennial ‘There And Not There’ will open on 15 September 2017 and will question the notion of monument: what, when and why should a monument be or not be. While opposing the populist practice of removing-erecting and

kim? Contemporary Art Centre appoints Valentinas Klimašauskas as its Programme Director

kim? Contemporary Art Centre is pleased to introduce its new Programme Director, Valentinas Klimašauskas, who will begin his new role at kim? in August. Just as before, the Program Director will be responsible for developing and managing the organization’s exhibitions and

Seven best galleries awarded at ArtVilnius’17

The contemporary art fair ArtVilnius’17, which kicked off on Thursday, has awarded the year’s best galleries, artists and artworks. One of the novelties introduced in this year’s edition of ArtVilnius is that as many as seven galleries were named as

The largest annual contemporary art festival in the Baltics Survival Kit 9 announces artist list

In September, for already the ninth year the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art will be holding the largest annual contemporary art event in the Baltics Survival Kit. This year it has been titled “Becoming an Apricot * an Apple *

kim? announces the second ‘Open kim? Call’ winner

kim? Contemporary art centre would like to proudly announce the second Open kim? Call 2018 winner: Toms Harjo. Following the examination of applications, Open kim? Call 2018 jury selected Toms Harjo as the call winner for his proposed installation “In

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