Art Meadows

The centre for creative industries Pakrantė in partnership with Rupert centre for art, residencies and education invites to a series of informal events “Art Meadows”. During these gatherings, Lithuanian artists and culture professionals will… More

Open studios

Rupert is inviting everyone to join our current residents Arvydas Umbrasas (LT), Alexei Gordin (EE), Luīze Rukšāne (LV) for the Open Studio event which will take place on the last Thursday this month, 30th of July… More

Pijus Džiugas Meižis, Geographical States

26 July 10 pm Doors open on 9 pm Zuikio Daržas (Nidos-Smiltynės pl. 7a) The NAC Nightlife Event Programme is a series of collaborative events played out at local bars, clubs, and other friendly… More

NAC Library Talks: Types of Residencies

26 July 4 pm NAC Library (E. A. Jonušo str. 3, Nida) Since Spring 2020 Druskininkai Artists’ Residency, Kaunas Artists’ House, Rupert, NAC, and Kintai Art have held online meetings discussing about their roles… More

Look, there are waves emanating out of me

Rupert alternative education programme invites to open event at Kintai Arts Residency on 24th of July at 20:00 i had to go to wakefield citilodge to solve the problem with quantum physics but i… More

Meno pievos: Arvydas Umbrasas ir Artūras Medvedevas

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Arvydas Umbrasas: Abundance – Shooting stars

From 7 to 31 July, 2020 Rupert presents outdoor sculpture installation by current artist-in-residence Arvydas Umbrasas. The sculptures will be installed near by Valakampiai II beach in the field behind the Pakrantė building (Vaidilutes… More

Online talk: Doing disability differently: access as collective care

Rupert invites all to an online talk by Jos Boys as part of Rupert’s 2020 public programmes on care and interdependence.  The talk will be streamed online on Rupert’s Facebook page, 16th July, 2020… More

Rupert Reading Session #4 Karolina Rybačiauskaitė: Experimenting with Togetherness

The fourth of Rupert’s online reading sessions, ‘Experimenting with Togetherness’, will take place on Zoom, on 9 July, 18:30 EEST. In this session, a researcher and Rupert’s resident Karolina Rybačiauskaitė in relation to her… More

Real and imaginary flights – a video lecture by Marija Nemčenko and Prof. Barbara Helm

Rupert invites to a video lecture by artist, current resident at Rupert Marija Nemčenko and Prof. Barbara Helm. The talk will be live streamed on the Rupert’s Facebook page on 30th of June, 19… More

Online Talk: Re-drawing the Economy: Re-claiming Interdependence

Rupert invites all to a lunch-time talk by internationally renowned economic geographer, Katherine Gibson as part of Rupert’s 2020 public programmes on care and interdependence.  The talk will be streamed online on the Rupert… More

Rupert Reading Session #3: Sophie Seita ‘Reading with Material’

Rupert continues its monthly reading sessions! Every month, a member of Rupert’s team or an invited guest selects material to discuss. The reading sessions are open to anyone by registration.  The third of Rupert’s… More

OPEN STUDIOS: unlearning

On Friday, 5th of June from 9 pm Rupert’s three current residents – Marija, Aiste and Margarita – cordially invite you to an Open studios session. Through talks and discussions, the session will explore ideas… More

Open studios: Denisas Kolomyckis 

Thursday, 14 May, from 17:30, join our current resident, Lithuanian artist and performer Denisas Kolomyckis and Rupert curator Kotryna Markevičiūtė for a virtual open studio meeting. In the conversation the artist will present his… More

Rupert Reading Session #2 Jos Bitelli: the earth is a common treasury for all

Rupert continues its monthly reading sessions! Every month, a member of Rupert’s team or an invited guest selects material to discuss. The reading sessions are open to anyone by registration.  The second of Rupert’s… More

Rupert online talk: Class Relations

Rupert is pleased to announce an online talk given by artist Emma Hedditch as part of Rupert’s 2020 public programmes on care and interdependence. The talk will be streamed online on the Rupert Facebook… More

Rupert online talk: Visual art and disability, care and interdependency

Rupert is pleased to announce the first of a series of online talks as part of its 2020 public programmes. The talk will be live streamed on the Facebook event page on April 22nd… More

Rupert Reading Sessions #1 Monica Mays: Bucolic Gang

Rupert is pleased to announce monthly reading sessions. On April 16th, from 18:30, our current artist in residence Monica Mays will be running the first session that weaves together extracts from several authors in relation… More

Film programme by Benjamin and Stefan Ramírez Pérez

We are pleased to invite you to the film programme screening by Rupert’s current artists-in-residence Benjamin and Stefan Ramírez Pérez. The event will take place on the 12th of March, from 6:50 pm, at Skalvija… More

Taat workshop-performance “Space as encounter” invitation to take part

TAAT – a Dutch-Belgian art collective, led by Gert-Jan Stam and Breg Horemans, is inviting to a two-day (March 10-11, 2020) workshop. The workshop will explore and apply the interdisciplinary approaches used by TAAT… More

Anti-individualism, empathy and solidarity: toward a collective common creativity

Rupert is pleased to invite you to a public talk by Oli Mould. It will take place on the 2nd of March, 7:00 pm, at Rupert, Vaidilutės str. 79, Vilnius.  Many of the current… More

Conversation on non-arrival

Investigation Bureau (Sculpture Department of Vilnius Academy of Arts) and Rupert invites you to the conversation between Rupert’s current resident Anna Zoria and artist, curator Vytenis Burokas. The conversation will revolve around the subject… More

Talking about disability and solidarity: David Ruebain and Rahila Gupta

As part of Rupert’s public programme on care and interdependence, we are pleased to invite all to a public discussion with internationally renowned disability rights activist, lawyer and current Chief Executive for the UK… More

Rupert’s 2020 Public Programmes: Perspectives on Care and Interdependence

Rupert’s 2020 public programmes are exploring care and interdependence and how they intersect with cultural, socio-political and artistic practices. Throughout the year, discussions will be grounded in disability studies and activism to think through… More

Sophie Hoyle: Screening and Discussion

On the 28th of January, from 6 pm Rupert kindly invites you to a presentation by the current artist-in-residence Sophie Hoyle. The event will take place at Editorial project space, Latako street 3, Vilnius. … More