Marija Šileikaitė-Čičirkienė photography exhibition “Longing for acquaintance or the Road without the End”

September 7, 2022 – October 8 Exhibited at Art Gallery (Respublikos str. 3)   An Imaginable City Photography provides the opportunity to create a special relationship between a photographer and at the same time the spectator with the city. On the one hand, it encourages observation and provides an opportunity to record the urban environment [...]


Michela Petrocchi (Italy) photography exhibition “Stories about Land and Water”

September 6 – October 1, 2022  at Photography Gallery (Vasario 16-osios st. 11, Panevėžys)   Stories about Land and Water Monocultures and Green Economy in Tuscia Soil exploitation is leading to unprecedented changes in landscapes, ecosystems and the environment. Rural landscapes are changing due to intensification of agriculture, abandonment of the countryside and exploitation of [...]


New acquaintances and discoveries

    O July 23–24, representatives of the Panevėžys Civic Art Gallery and other city’s cultural institutions and organizations visited Daugavpils (Latvia), where they got acquainted with the activities of the Daugavpils Ceramic Art Center and the artists who work there. Visited Mark Rothko Art Center located in the Daugavpils Fortress, it’s territory and latest [...]


The International Conference: lectures, education, animation workshop and ceramic scupture firing

The International Conference "Ceramics Tradition and Today" was held at the Panevėžys Civic Art Gallery on May 10-11. This is an event that will extend the XXIII Panevėžys International Ceramics Symposium. May 10 the Conference began with a scientific part. Lithuanian and Latvian lecturers gave presentations on ceramic art. Art critic Aurelija Seilienė (Lithuania) reviewed [...]


Jonty Tacon, Laurie Griffith (United Kingdom) photography exhibition “BABOCHKA”

May 13 – June 18, 2022  at Photography Gallery (Vasario 16-osios st. 11, Panevėžys) “Babochka” (Butterfly) is a photographic study of the remote and largely unknown Lithuanian town of Visaginas – an ex-Soviet town that is defined by its sole purpose to house the workers and builders of what was once the world’s most powerful [...]

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