This autumn, Kaunas Artists’ House invites you to look back on the 1990s – a period of social, political and cultural changes in Lithuania and the world – and presents a project and a series of events called “Obscene West. In Honey”, dedicated to female artists who were actively creating at that time. On November 16, 6 p.m. (EET) / 5 p.m. (CET) the series will continue with an online discussion that will review “Gender Check”, one of the most significant exhibitions in the world of European art in recent decades, presenting artists from the former Soviet Bloc countries to the audience of Vienna and Europe in general.
“Black Rose. Black Carnation. Baltic Queer Art and Politics Network” is a new collaboration initiated by Kaunas Artists’ House (LT) and Feministeerium (EE) with an aim to connect Baltic queer […]
2019 m. Kauno menininkų namų rezidencijų programa „Unlearning Eastern Europe“* buria kviestinius kuratorius iš Baltijos šalių ir siekia permąstyti regionui aktualias problematikas – nuo dekolonializacijos galimybių iki viešųjų erdvių politikos.
On the 3rd of July, we kindly invite you to join us in Kaunas for the annual international project MagiC Carpets meeting and presentation of the creative residencies.
On the 14th of March, 6 pm, Kaunas Artists’ House will host the launch of “Lithuanian Music Link”, a magazine published by the Music Information Centre Lithuania, followed by a discussion between Ugnius Babinskas, Kotryna Lingienė, Asta Pakarklytė and Emilija Visockaitė.
On the 4th of February, 6 pm, Kaunas Artists’ House is hosting a screening of four short films and a discussion moderated by the curators of the Artist as a Digital Archivist project, Emily Dundas Oke and Julija Rukanskaitė.
This November Kaunas Artists’ House is hosting the last participants of this season’s residency programme: artists Daniel Neubacher (DE) and Lukas Zerbst (DE).