- Published on Tuesday, 13 September 2016 13:46
Magda Buczek, a current resident at VAA Nida Art Colony, invites you to her studio (E. A. Jonušo Str. 3, Neringa) on the 14th of September at 7PM. The artist will present a performance titled “In the pines, in the pines”.
- Published on Tuesday, 13 September 2016 09:14
|31st of August‒30th of September five Ph.D. students, who are taking part in ArcIntex ETN (European training network) program, are residents in VAA Nida Art Colony. In the end of residency time, artists will present their group project.|
- Published on Thursday, 01 September 2016 17:24
|Open Studios in August 2016. Residents participating: Carla Castiajo (PT-EE), Kati Karki (FI/UK), Ariane Koek (UK), Jana Barthel (DE) and Jay Gard (DE), Magda Buczek (PL), Nida A-I-R team and participants of Nida Doctoral School. Photos by Julija Navarskaitė.|
- Published on Thursday, 01 September 2016 11:31
|The second Nida Doctoral School session “CO-ACTION: artists' placements in Non-Arts Organisations” took place on 22nd-28th August at Nida Art Colony. Nine lecturers, academics and eighteen selected doctoral students reflected on the value of artist placements in non-arts organisations such as business, political and science bodies.
Curator of Nida Doctoral School is Justė Kostikovaitė.
The programme is organised by the Vilnius Academy of Arts, Lithuania, and Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture.
Partners: ArcInTex network
- Published on Wednesday, 31 August 2016 10:27
The exhibition “Climbing Invisible Structures: Ritualised Disciplinary Practices in Social Life. Part 3: Žeimiai” is now officially over, but we have a suggestion for this weekend. On the 3rd of September we organize a guided tour of the exhibition with the curator Eglė Mikalajūnė.
- Published on Friday, 12 August 2016 12:21
|Vilnius Academy of Arts (VAA) and Aalto University School of Arts will host the second Nida Doctoral School session, which will take place at Nida Art Colony on 22nd-28th August. This time the one-week courses will feature seven lecturers, academics and selected doctoral students who will reflect on the value of artist placements in non-arts organisations such as business, political and science bodies.|