In conjunction with the State Visit of the Swedish Royal Family 6-11th of October the Arts Printing House is transformed into the “House of Sweden”: a representation of Swedish values such as openness, equality and sustainability. It will offer cultural and Sweden promotion events for the general public free of charge, presented through specific theme days.
The Phenomenon of the Year – contemporary dance performance „Contemporary?“ has been presented at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 17-22 of August, 2015.
The piece, created at the Arts Printinhg House by three artists Agnė Ramanauskaitė, Paulius Tamolė and Mantas Stabačinskas got review by David Mead in the October issue of Dancing Times.
22-23 of October the program for young artists Open Space at the Arts Printing House presents the debut of a young Lithuanian choreographer Migle Praniauskaite - contemporary dance performance "Reconstruct". The piece distinguishes by its particular style and energy. A lot of attention is drawn to well found movements which have their exact significance, meaning and place.
26th of September | 19.00
arts printing house | black hall
This year, the tenth annual contemporary circus festival "New Circus Weekend'15", has started way earlier than before. On the 1st of September, within a week until the beginning of the main program, the Arts Printing House began its educational program of contemporary circus. Variouscircus disciplines and theoretical workshops are presented by 11 lecturers from different 9 countries.
After twenty performances at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival for the first time in Lithuania the Arts Printing House is proud to present pioneers of the contemporary circus in Palestine Ashtar Muallem and Fadi Zmorrod.
One of the most famous contemporary circus troupes “Seven Fingers” from Canada for the first time is coming to the Baltic states.
At the tenth contemporary circus festival New Circus Weekend’15 in Vilnius the pioneers of the circus is presenting the solo performance “Patinoire”.
The idea and performance of the performance is by Patrick Léonard.