The exhibition “WHEN THE SEA LOOKS BACK (A Serpent’s Tale)” on 16th July – 27th August

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Amalgul Menlibayeva, Transoxiana Dreams, HD single channel video projection, colour, sound, 23 min, 2011. Courtesy AEAALLC
The exhibition The Many Headed Hydra #02: WHEN THE SEA LOOKS BACK (A Serpent’s Tale) will open on 16th of July at Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts (E.A. Jonušo str. 3, Nida, Neringa) and will work as a series of evocations and a radio magazine with international contributions. The show engages the sea and intercultural mythology, merging them with contemporary issues.


Open Studios event in June

 Archival photography from the research about cultural and political history of Nida by Yael Vishnizki Levi
VAA Nida Art Colony kindly invites to visit studios of our two residents Indrė Ercmonaitė (LT) and Yael Vishnizki Levi (PL) on 29th of June at 6 p.m. at Nida Art Colony (E. A. Jonušo str. 3, Nida).


Nida A-I-R in June 2017

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Photo by Skaistė Marčienė
Hello summer! Our new residents Indrė Ercmonaitė (LT), Yael Vishnizki Levi (PL), Emma Haugh (IE/DE) and Suza Husse (DE), Katarina Poliacikova (SK) and Cooltūristės (LT) are preparing for the exhibition “When the Sea Looks Back”, which will take place in July and August at Nida Art Colony.


Photo reportage from the 7th Inter-format Symposium Along Lines

If the Sky Falls, Smoke Walk by Ruth Proctor. Photo by Andrej Vasilenko
The 7th Inter-format Symposium took place at VAA Nida Art Colony on 19th-22nd of May. Over three days and nights the transdisciplinary symposium engaged in a dialogue between artistic, philosophical and scientific research with presentations and performances in the woods, between moving dunes, inside the various spaces of the Colony and on the coast lines (on the seaside and lagoon).


The programme of the 7th Inter-format Symposium Along Lines


The 7th edition of Inter-format Symposium welcomes artists, scientists and practitioners from different fields to come together at VAA Nida Art Colony for three days of intense walking and thinking along lines. 


An amber lantern will join the Nida streetlights

The light installation “Amber Projector” by Linas Kutavičius at VAA Nida Art Colony, 2016. Photo by Julija Navarskaitė

An installation titled “Amber Beamer by a former VAA Nida Art Colony resident, the artist Linas Kutavičius, will be presented in the temporary project space KIOSK on the main (Taikos) street, curated by Nida Art Colony, on the 11th of May at 10 p.m.


Seminar “Reconstituting Rurality” on 7–10 of May at Nida Art Colony

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An artist-run organization Rejmyre Art Lab is organising a special seminar entitled “Reconstituting Rurality” on 7–10 of May at Nida Art Colony. Over a three-day period the seminar includes a combination of presentations and practice-based exercises exploring contemporary experiments in rural public art. Check out the programme:


Residents preparing for the 7th Inter-format Symposium Along Lines

Photo by Skaistė Marčienė
In early May, 7 artists have come together to develop their ideas for the forthcoming annual symposium at Nida Art Colony. The artists will reflect on the line as a very basic visual element and medium of knowledge.