Spaudos, radijo ir televizijos rėmimo fondas

EXHIBITIONS OF LITHUANIAN ARCHITECTURE

Organizing architectural exhibitions is a great opportunity to demonstrate a rich segment of Lithuanian culture and to encourage people to take an interest in architectural processes. Eight to ten exhibitions of Lithuanian architecture are planned at various exposition spaces of Kaunas as a way to introduce the general public to the work and achievements of architects. Architectural exhibitions will be a proof that creative industries is one of the most significant driving forces of the country’s economy, hence exhibitions and the public’s involvement in them is one of the priorities of KAFe.

Exhibitions: 1 September – 30 October 2013

Location: exhibition space at Vytautas Magnus University Great Hall,  exhibition space at Business Leaders’ Centre (BLC)

Principal partners of the project: Vytautas Magnus University, Business Leaders’ Centre (BLC)

 

Exhibitions timetables:

Exhibition of works by architect Antanas Algimantas Sprindys

Opening: September 3rd, 18:00

Exhibition: September 3rd - October 1st

Location: Business Lyders Center BLC, K. Donelaičio g. 62

 

Exhibition of watercolor works by Alfredas Paulauskas

Opening: September 4th, 18:00

Exhibition: September 4th - October 5th

Location: Pramprojektas, K. Donelaičio g. 60

 

Exhibition of works by architecture firm Audrius Ambrasas Architects

Opening: September 17th, 18:00

Exhibition: September 17th - October 6th

Location: Vytautas Magnus University, Great Hall lobby, S. Daukanto g. 28

 

Exhibition of works by the ARCH-studija of Rolandas Palekas

Opening: October 8th, 18:00

Exhibition:  October 8th - 31st

Location: Vytautas Magnus University, Great Hall lobby, S. Daukanto g. 28

 

Exhibition of works by the studio of Gražina Janulytė-Bernotienė

Opening: October 22nd, 18:00

Exhibition:  October 22nd - November 14th

Location: Kaunas University of technology, SANTAKA Integrated Science, Studies and Business Center (Valley), Baršausko g.

 

PARTNERS SPONSORS