“Double Bind” opening in Visaginas

“Double Bind”, 17 December, 2015 — 2 January, 2016 Opening: Thursday 17 December, 5pm, Visaginas Culture Centre, Vilties str. 1 Opening times: Monday — Saturday, 12am – 6pm (except for holidays) “Double bind” is an… More

Floris Schönfeld: “A Brief History of the Damagomi Group”

Rupert would like to invite you to a screening of Floris Schönfeld’s “A Brief History of the Damagomi Group” with an introduction by David Kasprzak. The screening will take place this Tuesday, 8 December… More

Florian Cramer: “Collective-Individual Depressions: Postmedieval, Postcommunist, Postcapitalist, Postdigital”

Rupert invites you to a talk by Florian Cramer on collective–individual depressions: postmedieval, postcommunist, postcapitalist, postdigital. The talk will take place on the 10th of December at the CAC Reading Room at 5.00 pm…. More

“Double Bind” opening in Pabradė

“Double Bind”, 26 November, 2015 — 10 December, 2015 Opening times: Monday — Friday, 10am – 5pm, Saturday 10am – 3pm Photostudio “Pas Vladą”, pašto str. , 1st floor, Pabradė  “Double bind” is an exhibition of new… More

Nina Power: Social reproduction, art, labour, emotion

Rupert invites you to a talk by Nina Power on social reproduction, art, labour and emotion. The talk will take place on Friday 13 November 2015 at Malūnų st. 3 (VDA – C1, ground floor) at… More

“Double Bind” opening night and performances

“Double Bind” 15 October, 2015 — 11 November, 2015 Opening times: Wednesday — Friday, 1 pm – 7 pm, Saturday 12 – 6 pm Rupert would like to invite you to the opening of… More

Eating the longest word in the Greek language, Brud, Totál and Rupert

In the summer of 2015, Brud (Warsaw, Poland), Totál (Athens, Greece) and Rupert hosted a residency in the island of Kea, Greece inviting artists, writers and curators from Lithuania, Poland, Italy and the UK… More

Chris Sharp: Adventures with Lulu

Writer and independent curator Chris Sharp will present and discuss Lulu, the independent project space he started with the Mexican artist Martin Soto Climent in Mexico City in 2013, and how it relates to… More

Augustas Serapinas at Pabradės vaikų globos namai

Rupert together with Oslo Academy of Arts (Norway) and the Living Art Museum (Iceland) present an ongoing collaboration: a travelling exhibition, a lecture series, a publication and a series of workshops about thinking politically… More

Emalin presents: Ali Eisa—They had to do it by their hands

Emalin are excited to announce They had to do it by their hands, an exhibition of new work by London-based artist Ali Eisa produced during his time as artist-in-residence at Rupert, centre for Art and… More

The Politics and Practice of Just Making Things

Presentation of works and roundtable discussion with: Augustas Serapinas Elena Narbutaite Viktorija Rybakova Vytenis Burokas Ali Eisa (Chair) Shama Khanna (Live Respondent) This event will bring together a group of contemporary artists who will… More

End of the Year Presentations

You are kindly invited to Rupert’s Educational Program End of the Year Presentations which will take place this Saturday in Rupert at 1.30 pm. Participants Julijus Balčikonis (LT), Jamie Kane (UK), Ieva Kraule (LV), Kristina… More

Rupert at Warsaw Bauhaus: Visiting Poland in the 60s

During our last trip to Warsaw, our annual Alternative Education Program end of the year trip, we were introduced to Warsaw Bauhaus, a local organism cultivating progressive alternatives to the art world, involving all disciplines. It… More

An Appetite for Violence & Open Studios

Come watch, listen and taste an abrasive sequence of film clips handpicked by Rupert residents Anna Clawson and Nicole Ward, alongside works presented by Beth Collar and Post Brothers.There is a FREE MINIBUS TO… More

Mixed Media Workshop with Carl Palm & Sebastian Rozenberg

A workshop over two days, materials and stories and all the poetry in between. We’d like the participants that sign up to participate on both days. Participant confirmation latest on the 7th of April here. Schedule: Day One… More

CAC AT CAC. CA Conrad’s poetry readings and (Soma)tic Poetics Workshop

Readings: Tuesday 10 March at the CAC Reading Room, 6 pm. Workshop: Wednesday 11 March at the CAC Reading Room, 2 pm. Events will be held in English. Admission is free. RSVP required for the workshop at justina@cac.lt. I Feel… More

Can you tell me, your Honor, where behind a lamp-post is?

In their collaboration Sanna Marander and Niklas Tafra often work with the exhibition as a medium, with the poetic potential of its limited capacities of reproducing processes. Here, text that frame art become central… More

The Asshole as the Origin of the World & Other Stories

Hark! The horrible angels sing, Glory hole for those who ring, The Wolfman commeth! So grab your things, So hence the hysterical men will scream: “Oh animal! Oh brute! Oh savagery! How can our… More

The Living, The Legend, The Lipgloss, The Light

Rupert and Department of Postgraduate studies, Vilnius Academy of Arts are pleased to invite you to a two-day seminar with Mårten Spångberg. The seminar will take place in Malūnų st. 3 (VDA – C1, ground floor).  In… More

Reading Exercises: a Performative Reading by Eleanor Vonne Brown

The exercises by Eleanor Vonne Brown, currently in residence at Rupert, will take place as part of a meeting with two unique art publishers and distributors, “Lugemik” of Tallinn and “X Marks the Bökship” of London. The event will take place on… More

Corollaries by Jason Hendrik Hansma

Corollaries will be a performative reading at the CAC Vilnius collaging three short texts written from 2012-2015 by artist Jason Hendrik Hansma. They explore the complexities of time, history, memory and our attempts to… More

‘Attention Economy’ and the Art World Today: Nicolaus Schafhausen and Lolita Jablonskienė in Conversation

Rupert together with Goethe Institute in Lithuania invite Lolita Jablonskienė, Chief Curator of the National Gallery of Art, Lithuania and Nicolaus Schafhausen, Director of Kunsthalle Wien, Austria for a public discussion. Departing from Attention Economy, a… More