Service – a one-day performance programme takes place on 18 June at Kaunas Artists’ House presenting a multitude of unique “services” by 18 participants: Vaidas Bartušas, Dasha Chechushkova, Gabrielė Černiavskaja […]

We would like to invite you to the opening of the exhibition Melioracija, which will take place on June 22 6 p.m., at Žemės ūkio rūmai (Chamber of Agriculture) in […]

written by Yulia Protas (international volunteer at KAH) My first visit to the Rukla camp for the most vulnerable asylum seeking migrants, which is located in the district of Jonava, […]

Each year, we cooperate with the institutions located on Putvinskio Street, as well as individual neighbors, to turn the street into a common courtyard for a day, where the history […]

Kaunas Artists’ House in collaboration with Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts and curator Lesia Kulchynska are delighted to announce an open call for proposals from artists and […]

Back in February, the reciprocal residency programme DeMo together with partners thankyouforcoming from Nice have launched the Open Call for curators / art critics from Lithuania. We are pleased to […]

Kaunas residents and guests of Kaunas city are invited to come to the yard of Kaunas Faculty of Vilnius Academy of Arts, where the Art Fair to Support Ukraine will […]

“We, cultural workers in Berlin and other places, raise our voices to state that we stand strong and firm with Ukraine. We protest against the ongoing and escalating Putin-led Russian […]

From 24th to 27th of February, Kaunas Artists’ House Culture Infocentre will participate in the Vilnius Book Fair (stand no. 3.40). Presentation of the publication On the 24th of February […]

Kaunas Artists’ House (KAH, Lithuania) together with the ACROSS residencies by thankyouforcoming (based in Nice, French Riviera, France) are starting to carry out the Reciprocal Residency Programme DeMo (abbreviation of […]

We rested for a month, went aruond catching snowflakes with our tongues, looked at slamers on Žalgiris Arena or Vilnius stage, it’s time to get back. Let’s meet in the usual KKC hall listen to whether slamers’s tongues are still sharp or perhaps they learned new tricks.

On December 2nd video art screening of the project Obscene West. In Honey happened in collaboration with the video art platform D’EST, initiated by curator Ulrike Gerhardt. Good news for those who missed out on our Obscene West screening event. Until January 1st you can view the works shown in our programme on the D’EST platform (website). The curator of the video programme – Tanya Bogacheva.