New series of educational workshops Blossom by the cultural space FAMM and SODAS 2123

From the beginning of August the cultural space FAMM together with the cultural centre SODAS 2123 presents the new educational project Blossom. It will offer a series of creative educational workshops with guided tours, a seminar and a performance. Two workshops will be held on the first week of August – on the 5th and the 7th, with the rest of the activities continuing until the end of the year with a total of 20 free educational events planned.


Independent Initiatives Baltics network will be meeting in Riga 

Between 3–5 August 2022 Totaldobže art center will host the second meeting of Independent Initiatives Baltics in Riga, Latvia. This event is organised together with the Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association (LIAA).

Independent Initiatives Baltics (IIB) – an emergent network for fostering a mutual environment and exchange between artist- and independently-run spaces in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. In 2022 it explores the Baltic scene in compact visits to Vilnius, Riga, Tallinn and wider, and investigates what framework could be adapted for future coexistence and cooperation and what collective tool could be built for shared future use.



On Thursday, July 28th the event OPEN SODAS will take place at the cultural centre SODAS 2123. OPEN SODAS – open artists’ studios, visiting the gallery, performance, music in the yard and concert in the auditorium.


Two Performances as Part of the Exhibition Repetition Room by Tom Lovelace to be Presented at Atletika Gallery in July

On 14 & 28 July 2022 two performances will be presented as part of the exhibition Repetition Room by British artist Tom Lovelace at Atletika gallery (Vitebsko Str. 21, Vilnius). The exhibition is on view until 30 July, curator – Paulius Petraitis.


Open Call for Exhibitions and Projects at “Atletika” for 2023

Gallery Atletika is open to exhibition and project proposals from artists and curators for 2023 and beyond. Please email your ideas with examples of work and your portfolio in a single pdf file by 10 August 2022 to info@atletikaprojects.lt.


Back to Normal – a collaborative and international exhibition and network event in The Hague

From 1 July 2022 Alternative Art Guide proudly presents Back to Normal — a collaborative and international exhibition + network event initiated by Alternative Art Guide and Artist-Run Network Europe (ARNE), in which LIAA is participating as a partner. Between 1–24 July three group exhibitions will take place in the centre of The Hague, at Quartair, Trixie and Billytown.


Repetition Room – an Exhibition by Tom Lovelace at Atletika gallery, SODAS 2123

On 30 June 2022, British artist Tom Lovelace’s exhibition Repetition Room opens at Atletika gallery (Vitebsko Str. 21, Vilnius). A performance will take place on the opening night from 7 pm. The exhibition is curated by Paulius Petraitis.



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Durational performance and video screening: the last day of the exhibition #FAMM.BA.2022 / I Know You’re Already Longing

On 17 June 2022, Atletika gallery (Vitebsko Str. 21, Vilnius) will host the ongoing performance Dust the putin by artist Akvilė Murauskaitė and the ongoing screening of the audiovisual album Nice to Meet You by artist Matas Petkūnas. These works will be presented on the evening of the Culture Night event in Vilnius city and on the last day of the exhibition #FAMM.BA.2022 / I Know You’re Already Longing. The exhibition is organised by the Department of Photography and Media Art of Vilnius Academy of Arts in collaboration with the Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association, curated by Gedvilė Tamošiūnaitė.


In the new painting exhibition of Agnė Gintalaitė in Vilnius – the power of imagination in the dark

The new painting and sound exhibition “Žiūrintys/(į)kvepiantys“ will be opened on June 7th at AP Gallery in Užupis, Vilnius. Its author is an artist Agnė Gintalaitė, who presents a series of landscapes that provoke reflections on the relationship between human and the surrounding environment, the connections between art and neuroscience.

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