Paulina Pukytė:­ It Is, In A Certain Sense, A Nightmare – an exhibition at the Atletika gallery

Paulina Pukytė’s solo exhibition It Is, In A Certain Sense, A Nightmare will open on 9th September at the Atletika gallery (21 Vitebsko Str., Vilnius). Exhibition tour with the artist will take place at 3 pm on Saturday, 11th September. The exhibition is part of Vilnius Gallery Weekend programme.


Conference “Talking Change – Towards a Sustainable Art World” as part of first meeting of ARNE network


Location: Godsbanen, Aarhus 20.8.2021, 10 am – 3.30 pm
The conference is taking place during Juxtapose Art Fair 2021

The art world is an integrated part of global production. We know that it is time to give up old privileges, work for the environment, for social equity and to take responsibility by being co-creators of new sustainable structures. The artist-run sector is where we ourselves can generate change, within production, agency and ideology.


Andrew Gryf Paterson in residency at SODAS 2123

This August – October artist Andrew Gryf Paterson is artist in residence at cultural centre SODAS 2123.

Everyday kitchen practices have long cultural heritage traditions, and combined with experimental DIY and networked Do-It-With-Others, contemporary bioart and hybrid artists contribute to a long history of inspiration in relation to food, such as the Eat Art movement from the 1960s onwards. 




Presentation of Jurga Barilaitė’s book “BBB”

20 July 2021, 6 pm. a publication “BBB” by artist Jurga Barilaitė will be presented at cultural centre SODAS 2123.

Participants: artist Jurga Barilaitė, editor and poet Laima Kreivytė and Vilnius University Institute of International Relations and Political Science professor, researcher of visuality and film Natalija Arlauskaitė.


“Paraobjects” an exhibition by Simonas Nekrošius

Paraobjects: an exhibition by Simonas Nekrošius

“para… [in Greek: para — close to, near, from] is a first part of compound words that refers to being close to something, deviation from something, some sort of derangement.”

Paraobjects are expressions of imagination and interpretation, put in to form as individual and associative beings by the artist. They are shaping a narrative, that balances between normality and nonsense, reality and absurdity.


Open Call for Exhibitions and Projects at “Atletika” for 2022

Gallery “Atletika” is open to exhibition and project proposals from artists and curators for 2022 and beyond. Please email your ideas with examples of work and your portfolio in a single pdf file by 1 August 2021 to


𝗖𝘂𝗹𝘁𝘂𝗿𝗲 𝗚𝗮𝗿𝗱𝗲𝗻: 𝗰𝗿𝗲𝗮𝘁𝗶𝘃𝗲 𝗽𝗹𝗮𝗰𝗲𝗺𝗮𝗸𝗶𝗻𝗴

What could be an interesting and loved public space for the citizens? How can culture and artistic practices help to rediscover the potential of existing public spaces and buildings?


Let’s meet in the garden of SODAS2123 for the first edition of Ūmėdė*

The festival will start on 5pm June 17th and run until midnight 19th of June.


x⬳disciplinary symposium for emerging art & related matters What happened after the meteorite of the anthropocene has hit contemporary art, and bioactivists together with AI and XR* have exploded the discourse formerly known as media art?

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