In the middle of last year, Lithuanian creators were invited to participate in the national competition of folk graphics and drawings to win the Romanas Krasninkevičius Prize […]
For 20 years (from 2000 to 2021) in Vilnius, J. Basanavičiaus Street 29, there was working a Folk Artists' Workshop. It was part of the Vilnius City Municipality's Crafts, Ethnographic Businesses and Fairs program. However, today I have to say goodbye and close the doors of the workshop […]
On 6th of November In St. Petersburg (Russia) there was opened an exhibition of Lithuanian creators “Thunder. Lithuanian saga. In honor of Nicholas Rerich”. […]
The Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania has declared 2020 the Year of Folk Art. We are very happy that this year we have been able to hear more about our traditional crafts and the masters who create them. We would like to share an article and video report from the Workshop of Folk Artists' […]
Traditional St. Bartholomew’s Fair certificated as Lithuanian national heritage is revived for the 9th time with a great event reconstructing crafts, arts and guild traditions of the Late Medieval Ages and the Renaissance. […]
Recently paper cutting master Klaidas Navickas was interviewed by journalists from radio show “Paveldo sargai” (Heritage guards). The show was broadcasted on “Žinių radijas“. You listen and watch the piece here...
We kindly invite you to visit exhibition of paper cuttings by folk artist Klaidas Navickas. The event is taking place at the Public Library of Onuškis (Daug. Str. 5, Onuškis, Trakai district). The exhibition will be opened until 28th of August, 2020.
Liepos 8 d., Trakų kultūros rūmuose (Vytauto g. 69, Trakai) įvyko trejus metus rengtos knygos „Šimtmečio delnuose“ pristatymas. Knygoje pristatomi Trakų krašto meistrai, amatininkai, kūrėjai, atlikėjai, bendruomenių šventės ir įvairių tautų etninis paveldas. Džiaugiamės, kad […]
We kindly invite you to visit exhibition of paper cuttings by master Klaidas Navickas. The exhibition introduces daily life and traditions of Lithuanian Jews. The event is taking place at the Culture Centre of Žasliai (Vytauto str. 38, Žasliai). The exhibition will be opened until 12th of June.
When the virus took from us opportunity to attend exhibitions live, we moved to a virtual space. The magnificent team from Žasliai Cultural Center (Vytauto St. 38, Žasliai) invited to visit virtual exhibition: Jewish daily life in paper cuttings by Klaidas Navickas.