- Published on Saturday, 23 May 2015 16:36
Photo by Vytautas Michelkevičius
Open Studios in May 2015. Residents participating: Azusa Chareteau, Justyna Kabala, Eglė Burbaitė and Ignas Veršinskas, Laurie Lax, Elizabeth McTernan, "Rupert" curators and residents plus Nida A-I-R team. More photos
- Published on Monday, 11 May 2015 11:26
Laurie Lax, participant of the Nida A-I-R, at an annual "Žiburys" high school organized art festival the "Brick" in Šakiai, Lithuania. Laurie was leading a graphite bombs production workshop. Photo by Gabija Pašiūnaitė.
- Published on Friday, 01 May 2015 07:29
Deadline 31st of May, Symposium dates 22–25 August, 2015, Nida
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 30–40 professionals for three days and nights to an intensive sharing and working environment.
Open call for Nida Doctoral School residency and courses: “Smoke and Mirrors—Staged Arguments and the Legitimation of Artistic Research”
- Published on Thursday, 30 April 2015 07:22
Deadline for proposals: 31 May 2015
If science is a fairytale that is hard to disbelieve (Bruno Latour), then scientific research is nothing but scripting fiction. What’s more, the latter is the domain of art. Be it truthful deceit, legitimate hocus-pocus, or real fiction, such a story requires a great deal of creativity and knowledge in carrying out such a persuasion. The persuasion will be carried out at the residencies, inaugural courses and opening forum of the Nida Doctoral School by artists, curators, professors (featuring Anthony Dunne, Timothy Ingold and Fiona Raby, among others) and doctoral students.
- Published on Friday, 24 April 2015 16:39
7 May–30 September 2015
Vernissage: 6 May, 5pm with the artist's performance
- Published on Monday, 20 April 2015 19:19
Deadline: 24 May 2015
Climbing Invisible Structures. Ritualised Disciplinary Practices in Social Life is a curated visual arts residency exchange and exhibition programme organised by the Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts (NAC) (Lithuania), in collaboration with the Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA), the Nordic Artists’ Centre Dale (Norway), the Skaftfell Center for Visual Art (Iceland), and the Ars Communis Residency Centre YO-YO (Lithuania).
- Published on Sunday, 19 April 2015 10:01
Elizabeth McTernan, Holly Mclean, Laurie Lax, Živilė Etevičiūtė, Ida Divinzenz, Amy Hancock-Martin. Photo by Linas Ramanauskas
In April artists arrived to Nida Colony: Laurie Lax (UK), Holly Mclean (UK), Elizabeth McTernan (US/ DE), Ida Divinzenz (AT), Amy Hancock-Martin (UK).
- KONKURSAS Neringos savivaldybės meno stipendijai gauti iki rugsėjo 10 d.
- Lithuanian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2015