- Published on Monday, 17 August 2015 10:05
FULL PROGRAMME TO DOWNLOAD (PDF)
Extended programme with participant biograms (PDF)
This year marks the fifth iteration for the international symposium and aims to reflect its own course, with the focus on artistic and academic notions of time and inter-formativity itself. The participatory nature of the symposium - between a conference and an art festival - brings together 40 professionals (artists, curators, scientists, researchers, time-managers) for three days and nights to an intensive sharing and working environment. After being tired of too short coffee breaks and too long presentations, we will attempt to re-order extended and condensed time slots, and experiment with formats of presenting and sharing art and knowledge.
The symposium this year is co-curated by dr. Vytautas Michelkevičius (LT) and Andrew Gryf Paterson (SCO/FIN).
- Published on Friday, 07 August 2015 10:25
Claudia Larcher, Kristupas Sabolius, Tomas Grunskis, Ciara Scanlan, Terence Erraught. Photo by Živilė Eevičiūtė.
Claudia Larcher (AT), Kristupas Sabolius (LT), Tomas Grunskis (LT) Ciara Scanlan (IE), Terence Erraught (IE) and Jol Thomson (CA/DE) at Nida A-I-R in August.
- Published on Wednesday, 22 July 2015 09:20
For Thomas Mann Festival NAC resident Christiane Hütter with Goethe-Institut Litauen grant designed 4 social games which are available to try out. You can find games cards (EN, DE, LT) in Nida Tourism Information Centre or Nida Art Colony.
- Published on Wednesday, 15 July 2015 11:48
This call is for Lithuanian artists only, so please read it in Lithuanian section of our website. It is a part of NAC and AiR Krems artists exchange programme.
- Published on Tuesday, 14 July 2015 11:00
For Thomas Mann Festival (Topic: Burst of conscience) NAC resident Christiane Hütter with Goethe-Institut Litauen grant designed a playful research experiment. Two teams explore possibilities of art and politics (and their combination) to build bridges between worlds. How political can/should/must contemporary art be? And how much fun can it be to create a momentary monument?
A game for 30 persons, passers-by and city furniture. Duration 1-1,5h
The game starts in the Main Square (Municipality) of Nida, 15.7. (Wednesday), 16.00h
More about the artist www.futurewithplay.de
Artists have been selected and invited for curated residency programme Climbing Invisible Structures
- Published on Friday, 03 July 2015 08:48
Augustas Serapinas, Secret Studio, 2012. Wood, accumulator, lamp, laptop, 300 x 180 x 40 cm
The curators and partners of the programme Climbing Invisible Structures. Ritualized Disciplinary Practices in Social Life have selected and invited ten artists to take part in the project:
Kristin Tårnesvik (by invitation, NO), residency at Residency Centre Yo-Yo, Žeimiai, LT
Mo Abd-Ulla (NO), residency at Nida Art Colony, LT
Tanya Busse (NO), residency at Nida Art Colony, LT
Victoria Durnak (by invitation, NO), residency at Nida Art Colony
Gunnhildur Hauksdóttir (IS), residency at Nida Art Colony, LT
Berglind Jóna Hlynsdóttir (IS), residency at Residency Centre Yo-Yo, Žeimiai, LT
Eglė Budvytytė (by invitation, LT), residency at the Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA), NO
Saulius Leonavičius (LT), residency at the Nordic Artists’ Centre Dale, NO
Robertas Narkus (LT), residency at Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, IS
Augustas Serapinas (LT), residency at the Nordic Artists’ Centre Dale, NO
The programme is organized by Nida Art Colony in partnership with Norwegian and Icelandic residency centers and curated by Eglė Mikalajūnė (LT) and Samir M’kadmi (NO). More about the programme, more about selected artists.
- 5th Inter-format Symposium on Time (and Inter-formativity) on 22–25 August
- Konkursas reziduoti su stipendija 2016 m. AiR Krems rezidencijoje (Austrija) iki rugsėjo 10 d.
- KONKURSAS Neringos savivaldybės meno stipendijai gauti iki rugsėjo 10 d.
- Lithuanian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2015