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 last weekend of spring, one of the most exquisite streets of Kaunas will host “Putvinskio street day 2019”, a community street festival that has become a cherished tradition.
Marina Abramović is one of the most famous contemporary artists and performers, attracting the attention of millions of people.
On 30th of April Kaunas Artists’ House will host a presentation and lecture on Margaret Tali’s and Tanel Rander’s co-edited book “Archives and Disobedience: Changing tactics of visual culture in Eastern Europe” (publisher Estonian Academy of Arts Press).
In 2019, Kaunas Artists’ House residency programme “Unlearning Eastern Europe”* invites guest curators from Baltic countries and aims to reconsider the contemporary issues of the region, ranging from decolonialisation options to the politics of public spaces.
We are pleased to invite you to a panel discussion
“International cooperation between Norway and Lithuania through culture: awakening the forgotten heritage (Case of Kaunas Fortress number 8)”.
This Friday 29 of March, a contemporary art and theory bookstore „Six chairs books” and publishers of limited editions prints and books „&editions” invites you to join a conversation about art publishing.
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.
“Well did you ever think it’d be ok for me to step into this world“: a lecture-performance by Valentine Duduk and Vera Kavaleuskaya
The 8th of March, 6 pm | Kaunas Artists’ House
On the 30th of January, 6.30 pm Kaunas Artists’ House and “Jonas and Jokūbas” publishing house is pleased to invite you to the launch of philosopher Nerijus Milerius’s newest book “Žiūrėti į žiūrintįjį”, attended by the book’s author and philosopher Gintautas Mažeikis.
“Come stomp your feet and talk to us” can sound very non-facebooky but then again it can be very different and really good, like interesting, you know”
This November Kaunas Artists’ House is hosting the last participants of this season’s residency programme: artists Daniel Neubacher (DE) and Lukas Zerbst (DE).