LIAA is launching a new series of publications on ideas

Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association (LIAA) ends the year with the introduction of a new series of small-format publications “One idea”.

The main idea and principle of the series – one notebook, one artist, one idea that can manifest itself in different forms each time: as notes of ideas, fragments of thoughts, various forms of self-reflection, pulled out from long-forgotten drawers, computer hard drives or right out of artists’ heads.


LTMKS radio / field recording series / Vitalij Červiakov

Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artists’ Association (LIAA, LTMKS) presents a series of field recording works by Audrius Šimkūnas, Arturas Bumšteinas and Vitalij Červiakov. On January 14th, 2021 at 8 pm LTMKS radio platform will premiere Vitalij Červiakov’s work “Balstogės Rasų Drujos”,  as well as artists’ talk on the composition and his suggested field recording compositions by other authors. Event link: https://radio.letmekoo.ltOn January 14th, 2021 at 1 pm Vitalij Červiakovs’ work will be presented via FM waves on “Start FM 94,2”.


Three conversations about creative processes and walls

Why is it easier to paint on one wall and not on the other? What is an “exit room”? How can ceramics be related to screens? The artist’s studio is the place where the most unexpected questions often arise and the most interesting processes, invisible to many, take place: ideas are born, various transformations, mistakes, coincidences happen and slow technical work is performed.


Tomorrow Is Always Too Long – a film by Phil Collins will be screened online in the Room of Perspectives

From 24th December 2020 to 6th  January 2021 Atletika gallery and curator Monika Lipšic are inviting everyone to a virtual screening of a film Tomorrow Is Always Too Long by Phil Collins to be shown in the Room of Perspectives online.


I and the Other. A virtual conversation with artists and creative workshop organisers

How are our projects affected by various collaborations, both with so-called human and non-human others?Can we feel and talk about those others?How many of those others are in us?How much can we trust our senses, our language?

Virtual conversation with artists and creative workshop organizers

December 28th, 6 p.m.


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