valentine's day by the arts printing house

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On the 14th of February, just in time for the Valentine's Day, the arts printing house presents the most romantic performance in the repertoire - the first street dance performance in Lithuania "Feel-Link" created by Airida Gudaitė and Laurynas Žakevičius.


Low Air news from Iceland

Low Air Sezonas o ant kalno

On Saturday, 6th of February in Thingeyri (Iceland) - our Residents Urban Dance Theatre Low Air will present the happening "Sezonas, o ant kalno...?" which is the second part in the series of four exhibitions. The theme of this exhibition is public spaces while making the point that arts can overstep the borders of galleries, museums and cultural centres.


dance performance for babies PUZZLE in London

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Lithuanian contemporary dance performance for children "Puzzle" (Dansema Dance Theatre) to be shown at Jacksons Lane on the 7th of February and as the part of Mini VAULT festival on 13-14th of February in London.

From the mind of choreographer Birutė Banevičiūtė comes Puzzle, where dancers become the pieces and children are mesmerised by recognisable shapes and vibrant colours. Specially aimed at children aged zero to three years, Puzzle is a joyous and playful show encouraging inquisitiveness and adventure, with opportunities to sing along to enchanting music and join in with the game.

>> for more information and for the Tickets please see Jacksons Lane page | see here and Vault festival | see here <<

"Reconstruct" by Migle Praniauskaitė

Reconstruct / Rekonstruoti (Migle Praniauskaite) from Migle Praniauskaite on Vimeo.

* contemporary dance performance at the arts printing house on Friday, 5th of February 7 pm.


We Love February at the Arts Printing House

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Month of love and month of the dance – this is how we call February at the arts printing house.
Repertoire will present the newest performances of the most promising young as well as acknowledged Lithuanian choreographers.


Vilnius’ Biggest Playground at the Festival KITOKS

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Vilnius’ biggest playground has opened its doors at the Arts Printing House. 19th-24th of January the venue is hosting the international theatre festival for children KITOKS.

in the Galery - moments from the festival | photos by Dimitrij Matvejev | uploading more photos after the performances


What to Expect at KITOKS by Arts Producer Daniel Pitt

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I work at a contemporary performing arts centre called Cambridge Junction in Cambridge, that city famous for its university, in the UK. I’m spending a couple of weeks here in Vilnius working at Arts Printing House in the run up to ‘KITOKS festival for children’ as part of a Staff Exchange programme organised by international performing arts network IETM.


Festival for Children KITOKS Launched the Program


19-24th of January, 2016 the Arts Printing House will become the biggest playground in Vilnius – festival for children KITOKS will take over the venue.
The program for 2016 is launched – with the performances from France, Canada, Finland, Sweden and the premieres presented by two Lithuanian troupes.
Also in the program – for the first time the festival will invite parents for a discussion, theater professionals and teachers to the workshops.
For the children KITOKS prepared many activities before and after the events.
All program here and in our Calendar section.


One of The Best East European Exhibition in 2015 at the Arts Printing House


Photographer Visvaldas Morkevičius at the arts printing house residency was nominated the Best East European Exhibition in 2015.

Andrew Miksys, photographer, Lithuania/USA:
Visvaldas Morkevičius’ Public Secrets was the best photography exhibition I saw this year in Lithuania. It was just a one-night exhibition in conjunction with the release of his book, but it was really well done on a dark theatre stage with theatre lighting on his large black and white prints. It created a really great effect and the photographs seemed to glow in the black space. I also liked that Visvaldas organized and funded the exhibition himself in an alternative space. Much of the photography events in Vilnius are in rather conservative venues like the Vilnius Photo Union. Instead, this exhibition had a very fresh feel with a lot of energy. information | all article here