Exhibition "Portable Landscapes: Memories and Imaginaries of Refugee Modernism"
The Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art in collaboration with the James Gallery at the Graduate Center, CUNY opens an exhibition "Portable Landscapes: Memories and Imaginaries of Refugee Modernism" on November 19.
“Cosmic Existence” – first exhibition of the project “Unexpected Encounters”
“Unexpected Encounters” is a research and exhibition project that explores the relationship between science fiction, art and processes in society, and is initiated by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art.
Akureyri Art Museum is opening the exhibition of Latvian contemporary art
From 1 June to 22 September 2019, Iceland’s Northern Capital, Akureyri, will host the exhibition of Latvian contemporary art Talaðu við mig! / Runā ar mani! / Talk To Me! representing works from the collection of the Latvian National Museum of Art.
British documentary explores confusion of Latvia's independence struggle
April 11 saw the press screening of a new documentary film, Ally (Sabiedrotais), which explores the role of the United Kingdom during Latvia's independence struggles of 1918-19.
Latvia’s 15 years in the North Atlantic alliance and the 70th anniversary of NATO
29 March 2019 marks 15 years since Latvia, together with other aspirant countries submitted its instruments of accession in Washington thereby officially joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation – NATO.
The application for the Jāzeps Vītols 6th International Choral Conductors Competition is open
To continue the more than a century long tradition of choir singing and choir conducting, the Department of Choir Conducting, Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music, opens the application for the Jāzeps Vītols 6th International Choral Conductors Competition.