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Source Process – 1 Year Anniversary Exhibition, 8th of February, 19.00

Source – Process collaborative anniversary exhibition opening on 8th of February, from 7 pm. We will celebrate the first cycle around the sun!  Source – Process – is about the bursts of the artists’ spirit, and creativity. It is a…

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Landscapes of the Soul – Exhibition Opening by Vilmantė Lokcikaitė, 4th of January, 19.00

On the 4th of January, 7 pm, join us for the opening night of Vilmantė Lokcikaitė’s debut exhibition “Landscapes of the Soul”. Landscapes. The first thing you notice about a place is the landscape. It comes in different forms: vast…

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Parietal Field Exhibition opening by Paul Takahashi, 30th of November, 19.00

On the 30th of November, 7 pm, we would like to invite you to a drawing installation “Parietal Field” exhibition opening by Paul Takahashi. Join us for a fun and interesting night exploring the artist’s mind cave! Exhibition will run…

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Site B – Exhibition Opening by Rūta Matulevičiūtė and Emily Dundas Oke, 29th of August, 18.00

On the 29th of August, 6 pm, we would like to invite you to our Summer artist residency final event and exhibition opening – “Site B” “Site B” installation authors: Rūta Matulevičiūtė [Lithuania] Emily Dundas Oke [Canada] Heavy material constructions,…

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(Ne)matomos gijos – (In)visible threads by Julija Rukanskaitė, 2017 08 03 – 10

Ne)matomos gijos – (In)visible threads  by Julija Rukanskaitė [EN] On the 3rd of August, 6pm, we invite you to the presentation of an artistic investigation by Julija Rukanskaitė, developed during Ideas Block Textiles Summer course. During the project the artist…

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“How Can We See Pain?” – photography exhibition, June 22 – July 22

“How Can We See Pain?” – photography exhibition at Ideas Block. This project talks about pain, an emotion that is often found in our close environment: people feel emotionally low or have strong emotional pain, but most of the time…

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