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Japanese Contemporary Art from J. Monkute-Marks Art Museum Collection in Druskininkai

March 30 @ 14:00 - June 6 @ 17:00
Japanese Contemporary Art from J. Monkutė-Marks Art Museum CollectionM. K. Čiurlionis Memorial Museum offers an acquaintance with the contemporary collection of Japanese artists' works from J. Monkutė-Marks Museum-Gallery. The Museum of J. Monkutė-Marks history began with the restoration of Lithuanian independence when the artist Janina Monkutė-Marks, Lithuanian émigré, considered the idea of donating her own artworks to her homeland. In 2000 she founded the first Lithuanian not-profit-making cultural and educational organization and established the museum-gallery. The museum’s mission is the… Find out more »

Nomination – “The Cultural Worker of the Year”

April 15 @ 16:00 - May 31 @ 17:00
We are very happy and proud that Asta Fedaravičiūtė-Jasiūnė, curator of Janina Monkute-Marks Museum, won the Cultural Worker of the Year nomination at the contest „Source of Culture“ organised by Kėdainiai District Municipality. Find out more »

Vytautas Kazimieras Jonynas Art Exhibition “JOURNEY”

April 26 @ 17:00 - June 1 @ 12:00
Vytautas Kazimieras Jonynas Art Exhibition "JOURNEY"The legacy of works of artist Vytautas Kazimieras Jonynas (1907-1997) is as great as it is varied – prints, illustrations, magazine and book lay outs, stain-glass windows, sculptures, church decor, water colors as well as design projects (i.e. stamps, posters, and liturgical items). He created these works while living in Lithuania, Germany and United States. V. K. Jonynas studied at the Kaunas Art School (1923-1929) and in 1934 finished two Paris art schools, the National… Find out more »

Art Exhibition “THREE STORIES” by Lina Zavadske, Dzina Jasiuniene and Loreta Zdanaviciene

April 26 @ 17:00 - June 9 @ 12:00
Art Exhibition "THREE STORIES"LINA ZAVADSKĖTextile is an applied decorative art, as the traditional definition of this art branch declares. This would, of course, be difficult to be attributed directly to the works of Lina Zavadskė and many other modern textile works. However, while the function of the application is not debatable in this case, the term of the decorativeness of the author's works is indeed relevant. In most of the artist's compositions, ornaments embroidered with beads, plant braids, crocheted flower… Find out more »
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