- Published on Thursday, 22 January 2015 12:52
Photo from the NAC archive
New Year – new Artists arrived to Nida Art Colony. We have 5 artists: two of them come to the Colony for the first time, the rest – are comming back and they have reasons for that.
Welcome: Martin Rørtoft, Anne-Lise Stenseth, Natacha Paganelli, Šarūnas Nakas and Vytautas Michelkevičius.
- Published on Monday, 19 January 2015 09:24
Welcome to the Techno-ecologies party on 21st of January (Wednesday) on 8pm at
Over 70 artists and researchers took part in curated residency programme "Techno-ecologies" and now it is the time to celebrate its results.
Premier screening of creative documentary movie by Akvile Anglickaite "INTER-FORMAT SYMPOSIUM 2014: ON FLUX OF SAND AND AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS" (18 min)
Presentation of NAC log No. 6 on Techno-ecologies (first 50 gets will get its copy for free)
Grįžulo ratai ( Jurij Dobriakov)
Photo: Liminal Dome, project produced by Anna Romanenko, Gabriel Hensche and Björn Kühn (DE) during thematic Techno-ecologies residency, www.liminaldome.com, 2014, photo by Natacha Paganelli
More on the techno-ecologies programme and artists
- Published on Monday, 05 January 2015 14:18
Deadline for applications: February 15, 2015 for residencies between June, 2015 and May, 2016
Nida Art Colony of the Vilnius Academy of Arts (NAC) welcomes proposals from emerging and experienced artists, designers, architects, curators and art researchers/writers/philosophers for its upcoming remote residencies on the Baltic Sea coast in the Curonian Spit National Park, Lithuania.
Liminal Dome, project produced by Anna Romanenko, Gabriel Hensche and Björn Kühn (DE) during thematic Techno-ecologies residency, www.liminaldome.com, 2014, photo by Natacha Paganelli
- Published on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 13:55
Still from the Petr Joukov film The Return of the Curonian Pilot, 2013
20th of December, 4 p.m. at the LTMKS project space Malonioji 6, Malonioji st. 6, Žvėrynas, Vilnius
VAA Nida Art Colony kindly invites You to participate at the screening of Petr Joukov film and to have a glass of wine.
The Return of a Curonian Pilot/ Kuršių piloto sugrįžimas, 2013, 30’.
The project is a visual research of mythological landscape of the Curonian Spit. It is performed in a form of live cinema, where different times, documental and staged, history and myth unity into one multidemensional layer of the projected image.
Project was made in Nida Art Colony in collaboration with Luisa Nobrega and Nikita Pavlov (cinematographer). Song "Žvaigždžių broliui" performed by Eglė Marčiulaitytė.
- Published on Thursday, 04 December 2014 13:24
Friday, December 5th-Sunday, December 7th, 2014
“Counterhegemony: Think Laboratory” is a three-day unofficial school of the “Counterhegemony: Art in a Social Context NIDA Fellowship Program,” with talks, performances, & discussions, a culmination of the Counterhegemony program’s exploration of politics of participatory spectatorship, art & law, and Foucault’s notion of geneaology.
In the vein of Brazilian educator Paulo Freire, seminal thinker of the critical pedagogy movement, “Counterhegemony: Think Laboratory” is a non-hierarchical platform for ideas that rejects the traditional hierarchy between speaker and audience. Each plenary is presented as a provisional “proposition” to be responded to by the audience: We invite the public of Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius (Vokiečių str. 2) to participate in our 3-day think tank as we brainstorm to foster a critical vocabulary and new ways of engaging with the issue of counterhegemonic discourse, art, cultural production and activism: 3 DAYS FOR 10 PROPOSITIONS. The event will happen in CAC Reading room (Vokieciu str. 2, Vilnius, Lithuania).
- Published on Monday, 01 December 2014 09:34
Ju hyun Lee & Ludovic Burel, Vitamin B - Diagram, 2014
The exhibition Parasite & Mimicry is a result of a one month intensive group work of the artists: Timos Alexandropoulos (GR), KVM (Ju Hyun Lee & Ludovic Burel, KR/FR), Christophe Wirth (DE), Irina Gheorghe (RO) at Nida Art Colony.
- Published on Friday, 21 November 2014 12:17
November 20, 2014 in KUMU museum, Tallinn (Estonia) an exhibition "Telling Tales. Swiss and Baltic Artists" was opened. The exhibition features art pieces by Baltic artists that reconsider the memory of the Soviet time, and those of Swiss artists, that question the fictitious, mythical histories and try to understand the ways in which archiving and storytelling are influencing the collective memory. In the summer of 2014 the exhibition was hosted by the National Gallery of Art in Vilnius.
Artists, participating in the exhibition, are: Eglė Karpavičiūtė (LT), Petra Elena Köhle / Nicolas Vermot Petit-Outhenin (CH), Laurent Kropf (CH), Paulis Liepa (LV), Dainius Liškevičius (LT), Lutz&Guggisberg (CH), Marge Monko (EE), Katrīna Neiburga (LV), Sandrine Pelletier (CH), Liina Siib (EE).
- Published on Thursday, 20 November 2014 06:33
Opening at 8 PM on the 21st of November
Visiting hours: 11 AM to 5 PM and during the evening events on workdays, 4 PM to 8 PM on weekends
The exhibition will be open until 6 December 2014.