Open Call: Rupert Residency Programme 2022

Rupert’s residency programme is calling local and international practitioners and thinkers (artists, writers, curators, researchers, cultural managers and academics) willing to live and work in Vilnius from 1 to 3 months (between 1 January… More

Rupert’s residencies: Howard Melnyczuk ‘Eighteen Black Cats’

Rupert is pleased to announce a preview of new works from Howard Melnyczuk’s Eighteen Black Cats series. The preview opens on 23 April and will run through to 25 April 2021 at Tech Arts… More

Short residencies (February)

AISTĖ MARIJA STANKEVIČIŪTĖ – artist and writer, currently based in Vilnius, Lithuania. She writes for Baltic and Lithuanian online contemporary art journals Artnews.lt and Echo Gone Wrong. Last year, Aistė Marija had a solo… More

Rupert’s residencies: Tomas Daukša WOTMBOEO

Rupert is pleased to announce a preview of Tomas Daukša works, WOTMBOEO. The preview opens on 5 February and will run through to 7 February, 2021 at TechArt gallery. By appointment only* Breathing becomes… More

Open Call for a short residency at Rupert – centre for art, residencies and education

Rupert is inviting artists, curators and researchers currently based in Lithuania to apply for a three- four week residency in February 2021. Due to the current quarantine, Rupert has had to temporarily scale down… More