Thursday film: "Bedazzled"

The colder the winter gets, the more devilish films we screen! This Thursday, January 23, at 6:00 pm VAA Nida Art Colony invites you to one more film evening. This time on screen – a British comedy "Bedazzled" by Stanley Donen.


What do residents of January 2014 do in Nida Art Colony?

In the very end of 2013 most of Nida Art Colony studios were left epmty. But…good news! The New Year has brought to NAC a new intern Natacha Paganelli and four new residents – Sanna Marander and Niklas Tafra from Sweden, Rodrigo RSM from Mexico (currently studying in Estonia) and Kalin Lindena from Germany. Besides these four newcomers, two residents – Maricel Delgado (Peru) and Luisa Nobrega (BR) – continue their residence until the end of January 2014.

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Photo by Rytis Šeškaitis


Thursday film: "Recollections of the Yellow House"

This Thursday, January the 16th, at 6:00 pm VAA Nida Art Colony invites you to one more film evening. This time on screen – quirky Portuguese comedy "Recollections of the Yellow House" by João César Monteiro.


Call for Lithuanian Artists to take part in the residency in AiR Krems (AT) in August 2014

More info in Lithuanian website version.

Thursday film: "Don't Look Now"

"Don't Look Now", directed by Nicolas Roeg (1973), is an independent British - Italian film, which is usually described as an occult thriller, but it certainly transgresses the conventions of the genre, concentrating on the psychology of grief.


Jazz on the second day of New Year


Take yourself to NAC on the second Christmas day

Although it's lazy Christmas time, we in Nida Art Colony never stop. Would you?

For the upcoming six Thursdays, starting with the second day of Christmas, 26th of December, we've invited Meno Avilys to present a program of their choice to the colonists and all those in Nida who appreciate good film.



Season's Greetings for 2014 from Nida Art Colony

Snowflakes and dreams - all different, all perfect. Warmest greetings from Nida!

On December 20th the colonists made a surprise for local animals - they went to Parnidis dune to decorate the Christmas tree with carrots, apples, radish (photos).