The Official Development Agency of the City of Vilnius

Art

14 May

An exhibition of Ukrainian art. The exhibition will feature works of art by Ukrainian refugee artists in Lithuania.

Date, time: 13-15 May, 10:00-18:00.

Address: Vilnius Teachers’ House, Vilniaus g. 39.

Information: The exhibition is for everyone and is free of charge. Organiser: VšĮ Ukrainos Namai.

National costumes. Like Ukrainian embroidered works, they are encrypted with the code of the nation. Hanna Dovbach and Nazar Ozerianskyi present Road to Yourself, their collection of antique Ukrainian national costumes.

Date, time: 13-15 May, 10:00-18:00.

Address: Vilnius Teachers’ House, Vilniaus g. 39.

Information: The exhibition is for everyone and is free of charge. Organiser: VšĮ Ukrainos Namai.

The Invisibles. Historic Furniture from a Contemporary Design Perspective is an exhibition that invites you to take a fresh look at the furniture held in Lithuanian museum collections –objects and interior design details from different periods, presented with works by contemporary designers and artists.

Date, time: 13-15 May, 11:00-18:00

Address: Museum of Applied Arts and Design, Arsenalo g. 3A.

Information: The exhibitions are for Ukrainian citizens and are free of charge with a Ukrainian passport. Registration required by phone (+370 5 212 1813) or by e-mail (tddm@lndm.lt).

Contemporary Slovakian Jewellery features pieces by notable Slovakian jewellers.

Date, time: 13-15 May, 11:00 - 18:00

Address: Museum of Applied Arts and Design, Arsenalo g. 3A.

Information: The exhibitions are for Ukrainian citizens and are free of charge with a Ukrainian passport. Registration required by phone (+370 5 212 1813) or by e-mail (tddm@lndm.lt).

An exhibition of art posters by Kyrylo Feoktistov. The exhibition will feature contemporary art posters reflecting the current situation in Ukraine.

Date, time: 13-15 May. Mon-Fri 9:00-18:00, Sat-Sun 12:00-18:00

Address: Saulės Galerija, A. Goštauto g. 8.

Information: The exhibition is for everyone and is free of charge. Organiser: VšĮ Ukrainos Namai.

Culture is Our Weapon. An art exhibition. An exhibition of paintings and sculptures by artists from Ukraine.

Date, time: 13-15 May. Mon-Sat 12:00-20:00, Sun 12:00-18:00

Address: Vytautas Magnus University exhibition hall, T. Ševčenkos g. 31.

Information: The exhibition is for everyone and is free of charge. Organiser: VšĮ Ukrainos Namai.

Visitors to the Inside the Sarcophagus: Studying the Mummies of Ancient Egypt exhibition that is running at the House of Histories will have a unique opportunity to see all of the mummies and sarcophagi held in Lithuanian museums under one roof.

Date, time: 14 May, 13:00 and 17:30.

Address: House of Histories, T. Kosciuškos g. 3. Website: https://lnm.lt/

Information: The tour is for Ukrainian citizens and is free of charge with a Ukrainian passport. Registration required by phone or by e-mail (istoriju.namai@lnm.lt). Organiser: House of Histories.

The lecture will spotlight five women that contributed to Ukrainian art being inscribed in the history of world culture. The lecture is being held by Valentina Ryvlina, a doctor of social communication and refugee from Ukraine who spent several years lecturing on contemporary art at Dnipropetrovsk National University.

Date, time: 14 May, 14:00.

Address: MO Museum, Pylimo g. 17. Website: http://mo.lt/

Information: The tour is for Ukrainian citizens and is free of charge with a Ukrainian passport. Registration is not required. Organiser: MO Museum.

Alla Cheres is a professional bandura (traditional stringed Ukrainian instrument), winner of international competitions. She graduated from the Tchaikovsky National Academy of Music and lives in Irpine, Kiev.
She works as a bandura and vocal class teacher at the Kiev School of the Arts, performing solo and in various ensembles. She has performed in Western Europe and the Middle East. While in Lithuania in just three weeks, she has already given several performances.

Date, time: May 14: 2 p.m.

Address: Town Hall Square

Information: The concert is for everyone and is free. Registration is not required. Organizer: AGATA.

Concert performers:

• Kseniya Bakhritdinova (soprano)
• Jonas Sakalauskas (baritone)
• Leopold Digrys (organ)
• Renata Marcinkutė-Lesieur (organ)
• Aistė Bružaitė (kanklės),
• Egidijus Ališauskas (birbynė)
• Akvilė Ališauskaitė (vocals)
The host of the concert is Rolandas Vilkončius.

Date, time: May 14, 15:00.

Address: St. Casimir's Church, Didžioji str. 34

Information: The concert is for everyone and is free. Pre-registration is not required. Organizer: Vilnius Club, www.vilniausklubas.lt

Free exhibitions: Antanas Ingelevičius: Creator and City, Inside the Sarcophagus, and Dark Air, a show by contemporary Ukrainian artist Nikita Kadan. Starting at 20:00, dive into a sea of sound, with Žygimantas Kudirka, Milda Januševičiūtė and Eglė Trimailovaitė at the DJ booth.

Date, time: 14 May, 18:00.

Address: House of Histories, T. Kosciuškos g. 3. Website: https://lnm.lt/

Information: The event is for everyone and is free of charge. Organiser: House of Histories.

We invite you to visit the historic place where Lithuania’s independence was proclaimed 104 years ago. You’ll find out why people used to call this building the Štralis House, what things went on inside, and why it became the birthplace of freedom for Lithuania.

Date, time: 14 May, 18:00-23:00.

Address: House of Signatories, Pilies g. 26. Website: https://lnm.lt/

Information: The event is for Ukrainian citizens and is free of charge with a Ukrainian passport. Registration is not required. Organiser: House of Signatories.

Andrei Chmut was born in the small town of Medjibżi in western Ukraine. From an early age, his life was full of music (his mother played the balalaika, his father played the accordion, one of his sisters was a violinist and the other was a singer), and from the age of five, his mission was to become a world-renowned saxophone. In the concert you will have a unique opportunity to hear the performance of the highest quality saxophonist.

Date, time: May 14: 18:00

Address: Town Hall Square

Information: The concert is for everyone and is free. Registration is not required. Organizer: AGATA.

Have you ever been to the Tower of Gediminas Museum at night? If not, then we’ll be expecting you on 14 May for Museum Night! The museum educators will tell you interesting stories while you take a look around the museum’s exhibition spaces, and you will also have a unique opportunity to take in the stunning panorama of Vilnius at night.

Date, time: 14 May, 21:00.

Address: Gediminas Tower, Arsenalo g. 5. Website: https://lnm.lt/

Information: The event is for Ukrainian citizens and is free of charge with a Ukrainian passport. Registration required by phone or by e-mail (pilis@lnm.lt).

The musical instruments used in the performance have been completely reworked by one of the people who came up with the show – Simonas Nekrošius, an interdisciplinary artist who is actively involved in the fields of contemporary art, experimental music and sound art. The performance pays special attention to disasters, climate change, food security, impact and maintenance.

Date, time: 14 May, 19:00.

Address: Arts Printing House, Šiltadaržio g. 6. Website: https://lowair.lt/

Information: The event is for Ukrainian citizens and is free of charge with a Ukrainian passport. Registration is not required; you can pick up free tickets at the Tourism Information Centre, Pilies g. 2. Organiser: Low Air Vilnius City Dance Theatre.

One of the oldest necropolises in Ukraine and the most important in Kyiv was named for Russian general Sergei Baikov, who owned an estate nearby. Many Poles and residents of Kiev and the Kiev Governorate were laid to rest in the cemetery.

Date, time: 13-29 May.

Address: Lukiškės Square. 

Information: The exhibition is for everyone and is free of charge. Information about the exhibits is provided in Lithuanian, English and Ukrainian. Organiser: POLONIKA National Institute of Polish Cultural Heritage Abroad/Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Vilnius.

Language: Ukrainian, English, Lithuanian 

Time: May 13 - 15

Venue: VDU, T. Ševčenkos g. 31

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