Justė Jonutytė Appointed Director at Rupert

Rupert is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Director. Considering her already demonstrable contribution to the institution, the Board of Trustees selected Justė Jonutytė, Rupert’s former Artistic Director, for the position. Jonutytė… More

The Last Bus Out

An unhealthy evening of films watched one after the other as one programmed rosary. Including films by David Lamelas, The Desert People, 1974 / Timothy Carey’s 1962 underground classic ‘The worlds greatest sinner’ /… More

Educational Program 2014-2015: Participants announced

The selections committee, consisting of Lolita Jablonskienė (Director at the National Gallery of Art in Vilnius), Jonas Žakaitis (Rupert Board of Trustees), Augustas Serapinas (artist, Educational Program alumnus), Maya Tounta (Rupert Curator) and Justė… More

A River Ferry by Educational Program Alumnus Justinas Dūdėnas

Justinas Dūdėnas – architect, semiotician and 2013-2014 Educational Program alumnus – successfully trialled his new ferry project on October 4th. In continuation of his program project, Dūdėnas’ unique swing ferry connected the premises of… More

Rupert invites: Basia Lewandowska Cummings

On Wednesday, 6 August, at 12 noon Rupert will host a talk by a London-based writer, editor and curator Basia Lewandowska Cummings, marking the end of this year’s Educational Program. What differing strategies are… More

Open Call to Participate in Ringa Workshop in Latvia

Rupert presents “Ringa”, a week-long workshop / residency, conceived and curated by Alex Davidson and Jacquelyn Davis (Rupert’s Educational Program) with key presentation by Laura Preston on 28 July – 2 August, 2014. This… More

Artist Talk. Andre Guedes

Rupert invites you to an Artist Talk by a Lisbon-based artist André Guedes. The talk is organised by Rupert and will take place at the CAC Reading Room on Saturday, 28 June, 3 pm…. More

An Artist and a Rover

In an essay about correspondence art, Edward M. Plunkett posits, tongue-in-cheek, that communication as an art form is an ancient tradition dating back to when Cleopatra had herself delivered to Julius Caesar in a… More

Night at the Knowledge Museum: Rupert at Culture Night

On 20 June, Friday, Rupert is joining the lineup of “Culture Night” events and is inviting you to spend the evening in Dan and Lia Perjovschi’s exhibitions. From 6 to 9.30 pm. „Knowledge Museum… More

The Lottery: Open Forum & Experimental Exhibition Modes Workshop

Rupert invites you to “The Lottery”, an open forum and experimental exhibition modes workshop, hosted by Rupert’s educational program participant Jacquelyn Davis and Scandinavia-based curators, critics, and researchers Power Ekroth, Stefanie Hessler, Alida Ivanov… More

David Bernstein: Cheers to the Miss standing under the table doing karate

We invite you to a celebration of wood on the first official day of summer. David Bernstein, artist in residence, will present his new wooden sculpture, a table with a single leg carved as… More

Robin Vanbesien: Stray Fire / Ships to Sink Like This

From 22:00-23:30 on Friday 30 May 2014, Rupert invites you to a screening of two new video productions by Robin Vanbesien, artist in residence, on a wall in Reformatų skveras in Vilnius. stray fire… More

Claire Bishop: Deja Vu. Contemporary Art and the Ghosts of Modernism

Rupert is thrilled to announce the next guest of the program – art historian and critic Claire Bishop. While in Rupert, Claire Bishop will meet with Rupert’s Educational Program participants and current residents for… More

Sebastian Cichocki: Nothing is New, Neither is Anything Old

“Nothing is new, neither is anything old”  – Robert Smithson On 8 May, Thursday, 6 pm Rupert welcomes Sebastian Cichocki, writer, curator and Deputy Director at the Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, to give… More