VAA Nida Art Colony’s exhibition “When the Sea Looks Back (A Serpent’s Tale)” will re-surface in Berlin

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Virgilijus Šonta, Black Hill, silver gelatin print on resin coated paper, 30.5 × 42.5 cm, 1985
After an iteration at VAA Nida Art Colony this summer, the group exhibition “When the Sea Looks Back (A Serpent’s Tale)” moves to Berlin. The show will re-surface at the interdisciplinary art space District Berlin, run by the exhibition’s curators The Many Headed Hydra. The collective was founded by the artist Emma Haugh and the curator Suza Husse. The exhibition will be supplemented by new artists and their exclusive works. The programme will include readings, performances and workshops, and will be held between 19th of October, the opening day, and 16th of December 2017.

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Zine workshop by current resident Paulius Petraitis/Paul Paper

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On 17th of October at 12pm the Klaipėda Faculty of Vilnius Academy of Arts (Daržų str. 18, Klaipėda) will host a zine making workshop by our current resident, artist Paulius Petraitis/Paul Paper (LT).

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Nida A-I-R in October 2017 and Curatron residents

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Photo by Skaistė Marčienė
We are very excited to introduce our new residents. Three of them have chosen each other through the Curatron algorithm. Lydia Nsiah (AT), Paulius Petraitis / Paul Paper (LT), Ditte Knus Tønnesen (DK), Matilde Duus (DK) and Evy Jokhova (EE/ UK) will live and work at Nida Art Colony in October.

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Photo reportage from the Open Studios in September

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During the open studios, the five artists and researchers Marta Vosyliūtė (LT), Christoph Sökler (DE), Annette Arlander (FI), Tomas Martišauskis (LT), Hanna Husberg (FI/SE) currently in residency at VAA Nida Art Colony presented their projects and ideas in progress.

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2nd season of the KIOSK

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Project “Info Point” by Saulius Leonavičius at KIOSK. Photo by Linas Ramanauskas
We are happy to announce that we start the 2nd season of our project space KIOSK this autumn. More information about new ideas and projects will come soon. Nida Art Colony is very thankful to the patron of the project Andrius Tamaliūnas for this opportunity. The project is partially funded by the Lithuanian Council for Culture and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania.

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

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Performance A Play for the Parallels by Lina Lapelytė during 7th Inter-format Symposium, 2017. Photo by Andrej Vasilenko

On September 22nd 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 & Pan-disciplinary Arts & Grounded Anthropocene Network”. 

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September ends with Open Studios event

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Project The world indoors by Hanna Husberg. Photo by I DO ART Agency

VAA Nida Art Colony (E. A. Jonušo str. 3, Nida) is holding autumn Open Studios on Monday, 25th of September, at 6pm. Artists Marta Vosyliūtė (LT), Christoph Sökler (DE), Hanna Husberg (FI/SE), Annette Arlander (FI), Tomas Martišauskis (LT) will present the projects they are developing during their residency.

 

Nida A-I-R in September 2017

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Photo by Skaistė Marčienė
We begin the autumn with five new residents. Marta Vosyliūtė (LT), Christoph Sökler (DE), Hanna Husberg (FI/SE), Annette Arlander (FI) and Tomas Martisauskis (LT) will live and work at Nida Art Colony in September.

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