- Published on Wednesday, 08 May 2013 10:43
Together with the spring the main annual NAC event INTER-FORMAT SYMPOSIUM: On Critical Tourism, Site-specificity and Post-romantic Condition is approaching (May 16–19, Nida Art Colony, LT). It is hosting together more than 40 art professionals (artists, curators, researchers). It is a part of the project On Hosting and Displacing co-organised by Nida Art Colony (LT) and Ecole Cantonale d'Art du Valais (Sierre, CH) and partly supported by Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council.
- Published on Tuesday, 07 May 2013 16:35
Vytautas Tautkevičius installing his work "Oil Spots" in the Baltic sea, 2011 / Photo by J.Jarulytė
During the fourth and the last Contemporary Past students and tutors will investigate artistic projects and cultural initiatives dealing with ecology and environment related topics from the critical vantage point of tracking the concept/idea of sustainability, its socio-economic and political contexts.
- Published on Saturday, 04 May 2013 06:46
Deadline for all the applications: June 15, 2013
Together with the spring the main annual NAC event INTER-FORMAT SYMPOSIUM: On Critical Tourism, Site-specificity and Post-romantic Condition is approaching (May 16-19 2013, Nida). It is hosting together more than 40 art professionals (artists, curators, researchers) and is a part of the project On Hosting and Displacing co-organised by Nida Art Colony (LT) and Ecole Cantonale d’Art du Valais (Sierre, CH) and partly supported by Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council. More about the program me here.
Nida Art Colony (NAC) welcomes proposals from artists, designers, architects, curators, and art researchers for its upcoming residencies on the Baltic Sea coast in the Curonian Spit National Park, Lithuania.
- Published on Monday, 22 April 2013 06:36
Nida Art Colony crew has just come back from Kaliningrad, where in the Museum of the World Ocean the collaborative exhibition "Telling The Baltic" was opened. In various locations of the Museum of the World Ocean works by Dainius Dapkevičius, Gintaras Makarevičius, Irma Stanaitytė, Jurgita Remeikytė and Laura Stasiulytė were exhibited. A special place was provided for the audiovisual installation by Irma Stanaitytė and Jurgita Remeikytė (sound and postproduction by Dainius Dapkevičius) - their work "Ship" was projected in the attic of the Kronprinz Barracks.
- Published on Sunday, 21 April 2013 10:59
The residency of Juozas Laivys, from March till April 2013 at Villa Ruffieux, Fondation Château Mercier, is part of a longterm exchange program on hosting and displacing between Ecole Cantonale d'Art du Valais and Vilnius Academy of the Arts. The program includes different formats such as artist residencies, workshops, exhibitions and a symposium which is taking place in May 2013 at Nida Art Colony, a new subdivision of the Vilnius Academy of the Arts. The transdisciplinary project aims to bring into question correspondences between artistic practices and critical tourism.
- Published on Monday, 08 April 2013 21:35
In April 5 new residents arrived in the Colony. Two of them ( Gilles Furtwängler (CH) and Adrien Siberchicot (FR) are starting thematic residency On Critical Tourism which will end up with Inter-format Symposium in the end of May. All the residents will stay 2 months.
Lithuanian artist Juozas Laivys is artist-in-residency in Sierre (Switzerland) in the project “On Hosting and Displacing”
- Published on Monday, 01 April 2013 07:00
For the months March and April Lithuanian artist is living and creating work in the residency programme „On Hosting and Displacing“ organised by Ecole Cantonale d’Art du Valais (ECAV) and Château Mercier in a partnership with Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy.
A talk in Berlin On Hosting and Displacing in Nida Art Colony (LT): Residency as an Agent of (Critical) Tourism for Curators and Artists
- Published on Saturday, 23 March 2013 12:40
In Berlin a projectspace uqbar is organizing in cooperation with LoBe projectspace a talk and screening "On Hosting and Displacing in Nida Art Colony (LT): Residency as an Agent of (Critical) Tourism for Curators and Artists" by Vytautas Michelkevičius (including screening).