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    The opening of the exhibition (Per)forming Scapes  took place on 20th of July at Nida Art Colony during The XXII International Thomas Mann Festival

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    Participatory performance Ecosexual Beat by Pony Express
    The 8th Inter-format Symposium on Rites & Terrabytes at Nida Art Colony throughout 20th-24th of June brought together over 50 artists, researchers, philosophers, scientists, ritualists, musicians, and other kinds of practitioners to critically reflect on notions of indigenous culture today as well as reinvent traditional knowledges through Rites & Terrabytes. 

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    (Per)forming Scapes exhibition architecture by Ona Lozuraitytė & Petras Išora

    A glimpse of the exhibition (Per)forming Scapes that was opened on 20th of July at Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts. The exhibition is open daily except Mondays from 12PM to 8PM until 31st of August. Photo reportage by Laurynas Skeisgiela 


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    Kulturiniai krastovaizdziai

    Students and experienced cultural heritage specialists from Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Poland will soon address the following issues: influence of successful protection of the intangible cultural heritage to our daily lives, correlation between human rights and sustainable development. The 2nd Summer School in Cultural Heritage Cultural Landscapes will take place and will be open to public at Nida Art Colony on 4-11th August 2018.


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  • 08/08/18--03:35: Nida A-I-R in August 2018
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    Photo by Julija Navarskaitė

    Greeting our last artists-in-residence this summer: Heidi Axelsen (AU) and Hugo Moline (AU), Arnas Anskaitis (LT), Stephen Bain (NZ), Jenna Rossi-Camus (UK), and Gabi Schillig (DE)


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    Intro to the course by Vytautas Michelkevičius during the first day of the 6th Nida Doctoral School. Photo by Arnas Anskaitis

    The 6th Nida Doctoral School Naked on the Beachat Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts is taking place from August 26th to September 2nd. Gathered for one intensive week DA and PhD students, speakers and tutors are tackling the questions that revolve around the exposition and communication of artistic research.


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  • 08/28/18--05:23: Open Studios in August 2018
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    Fragment of a photo by Gabi Shillig
    On the 29th of August, Wednesday, 6pm Nida Art Colony invites You to join the Open Studios event where Heidi Axelsen (AU), Hugo Moline (AU), and Gabi Schillig (DE) will present their works. After spending a month surrounded by forests, sand dunes and the sea our residents will share their thoughts, discoveries and tell us more about their artworks.
     
    *The event will be held in English
     

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    A part of the exhibition (Per)forming Scapes continues by transfering to Vilnius, VAA/Outdoors Expo for one month on the 6th of September, 5pm and is going to take part at the Vilnius Gallery Weekend


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    Group exhibition New Tools in Photography: From Google to the Algorithm curated by Paul Paper has started at Nida Art Colony on September 4th and will run until September 9th. The presented artists Mantas Grigaitis, Aaron Hegert, Esther Hovers, Penelope Umbrico have been exploring how programmes, apps and AI-related technologies shape and change the discourse of photography, challenging traditional boundaries of the medium. The opening ceremony also marked the beginning of NIDA2018 International Photography Symposium

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    Project by Gabi Schillig (DE). Photo by Andrej Vasilenko

    On August 29 artists Gabi Schillig (DE)Heidi Axelsen (AU) and Hugo Moline (AU) have presented their works at the Open Studios event to the Open Public and the participants of the 6th Nida Doctoral School at Nida Art Colony.


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  • 09/10/18--08:46: Nida A-I-R in September 2018
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    Photo by Indrė Liškauskaitė

    The first early autumn residents at Nida Art Colony: Giedrė Mickūnaitė (LT), Hanna Schaich (AT), Julia Heurling (SE), Amira Hanafi (USA/EG), and Naomi Woo (CA).


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    Participatory performance by Paul Cegys. Photo by Andrej Vasilenko
    The 6th Nida Doctoral School 'Naked on the Beach. On the Exposition of Artistic Research' took place at Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts from August 26th to September 2nd. Gathered for one intensive week DA and PhD students, speakers and tutors were tackling questions that revolve around the exposition and communication of artistic research.

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    The cross-border in Neringa beach. Photo by Paulina Pukytė

    The one week-long workshop The Baltic Sea: A Liquid Memorial has started on the 16th of September at Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts. Led by creators of renown counter-monuments Horst Hoheisel and Andreas Knitz from Germany the workshop will reflect upon the questions of territorial borders, migrating memories, and intercultural encounters. 


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    A fragment of Julia Heurling's artwork On Reflection

    On the 29th of September 3pm five residents will open the doors to their studios. Giedrė Mickūnaitė (LT), Hanna Schaich (AT), Julia Heurling (SE), Amira Hanafi (USA/EG), and Naomi Woo (CA) will present their artistic research and artworks created during their stay at Nida Art Colony.

    Open Studio days happen every month and provide a unique opportunity to meet the artists, learn of their works, and find out about their experiences and discoveries in Nida.

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    More about the residents

    * The event will be held in English.


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    Vegan on Acid. Project by Saulius Leonavičius presented at MASS Alexandria

    Since September 8 Saulius Leonavičius resides at MASS Alexandria in Egypt. After spending there a bit more than a week, he has shared his first impressions of his time there.


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    The one week-long workshop The Baltic Sea: A Liquid Memorial took place from September 16 to 23 at Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts. Led by creators of renown counter-monuments Horst Hoheisel and Andreas Knitz from Germany the workshop has reflected upon the questions of territorial borders, migrating memories, and intercultural encounters. 

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    Objects from Landscape Management and Local Fittings. Photo of the exhibition (Per)forming Scapes in Vilnius by Andrej Vasilenko

    Until the 28th of September, the procumentation (proactive documentation) of the exhibition (Per)forming Scapes is presented at the VAA/Outdoors Expo pavilion of Ceramics Creative Centre (Maironio str 4, Vilnius). Few exhibition objects  have been relocated to Vilnius where they once again (per)form the landscape of Curonian Spit in the cityscape of Vilnius Old Town. The QR codes and hyperlinks transfer the spectator to the documentation of the previous exhibition and presented videos.


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    An excerpt from video by Hanna Schaich

    As the weather is getting colder and tourists one by one are leaving the seaside, Nida Art Colony invites everyone to the opening of the exhibition The Path Ahead by Hanna Schaich at the temporary project space Kioskas, on the 5th of October (Friday), 8pm. With this occasion, we begin new season of exhibitions by our residents at this specific and unique location on the main (Taikos) street in Nida. 


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    After the Open Studios. Photo by Linas Ramanauskas

    On the 29th of September, Naomi Woo (CA), Julia Heurling (SE), Giedrė Mickūnaitė (LT), Amira Hanafi (USA/EG), and Hanna Schaich (AT) opened their studio doors and shared their experiences and artworks created during the month at Nida Art Colony. 


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    The opening of the exhibition (Per)forming Scapes, Nida Art Colony, 2018. Photo by Laurynas Skeisgiela

    After 7 long years full of successful ventures and memories, greeting thousands of people, not to mention endless amounts of creativity, Nida Art Colony is ready for vast winds of change and is looking for new General and Artistic Director! 


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