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On the 16th of March, the duo Pakui Hardware will develop an entirely new project for Tenderpixel's space and their first solo show in London, exploring metabolism both as a metaphorical device and as a physical and biological process.
Lithuanian curator Milda Batakytė will present a group exhibition "Coming to Terms with Sociotechnical Discrepancies" at the 12 Star Gallery in London on the 6th of February.
On the 25th of January, Karolina Jakaitė will be presenting her research on Lithuanians at Earls Court London’68 at "The Night of Ideas", organised by the French Institute.
On the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of Restoration of the State of Lithuania the Embassy of Lithuania in the UK cordially invites you to Lithuania's Centenary Recital at St Martin-in-the-Fields at 1 pm on Friday 16 February 2018.
To celebrate the Anthology Editions release of his visual autobiography A Dance with Fred Astaire, Jonas Mekas will introduce the first screening of a new work: From the Notebooks of a Cinema Maniac (2017).
November 30, 2017. The 7th Litvak days in London invited to delve into the remarkable contribution made by the Lithuanian Jewry to the world of arts. A two-day annual event dedicated to celebrate the legacy and culture of Litvak Jews promised and delivered a rich programme for those eager to learn about talented Litvaks and their lasting influence on diverse fields of creative endeavour.
London’s acclaimed screen-printing studio opens its doors after 3 years for their Blisters show, 50 authors include Vilnius-based illustrator Justė Urbonavičiūtė.
Opening night - on 27th October 6pm at MC Motors, Dalston. RSVP to attend: http://bit.ly/2xYrZsw
This Tuesday, 24 October will witness two different pieces by Egidija Medeksaite, Butterworth prize winner, performed in London and Cambridge.
You are cordially invited to our 7th annual Litvak Days on November 29-30, 2017. This year the Litvak Days' events are dedicated to celebrating and exploring the influence of Litvak Jews (and their diaspora) on the arts throughout the world.
On the 28th of October 2017 various Plaistow and surrounding areas' studios, public spaces and artist’s homes will be opened for the public. Plaistow based Floating Artland Collective and Newham Council joins forces together for the Newham Heritage Week and invites you to meet art community of unexplored E13.
David Roberts Art Foundation (DRAF) is an independent, non-profit organisation for contemporary art. One of London’s best-known non-profit art spaces, presents an Evening of Performances and 10th Anniversary Party. The event takes place on Tuesday, 3 October (during Frieze London week) at historic music venue KOKO. The evening opens with Lithuanian artist Lina Lapelyte’s ‘Ladies’. In this act, four musicians – Violeta Aukštkalnytė, Nijolė Plavinskaitė, Danutė Mikalauskienė and Judita Kondrotienė will perform a mesmeric multi-layered composition on traditional Lithuanian string instruments, known as kanklės.
Introductory remarks made by the Ambassador of Lithuania HE Renatas Norkus at the Commemoration of the National Holocaust Remembrance Day (Sep 25).Full speech - transcript.
25 September 2017. The Lithuanian Embassy in the UK hosted the National Holocaust Remembrance evening. The event is held annually by the Embassy and brings the representatives of the UK’s Jewish, Lithuanian and British communities together to pay tribute to the victims of the Shoah in Lithuania.
The Embassy of Lithuania in cooperation with the Vilna Gaon State Jewish museum cordially invites you to a screening of the documentary Seserys (Sisters, 2016, 60 min.) that will take place on September 25th at the Lithuanian Embassy in London.
Selected from 2,557 entries by artists from 80 countries around the world, the BP Portrait Award 2016 represents the very best in contemporary portrait painting. From parents to poseurs, figurative nudes to famous faces and expressive sketches to piercing photo-realism, the variety and vitality in the exhibition continues to make it an unmissable highlight of the annual art calendar.