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Marcė Katiliūtė. Art as The Light of Life

Incunabula and Vintage Magazines with Alvydas Surblys

The Museum of Lithuanian Education History. Happy Birthday!

Viktoras Rudžianskas. Publishing Poetry For a Thousand And One Reasons

Hands on Press. Atomic Self-publishing on K. Donelaičio St.

Agnietė Janušaitė-Vitkūnienė. Mathematics, Turning Into a Fairy Tale

Eglė Švedkauskaitė and her Vėra-inspired Observations

Dr. Inga Popovaitė. From Mars to Antarctica?

Virginija Jurėnienė. Politics is a Matter of Responsibility

Curator Of Memory Office Daiva Price: “It is a Journey After Which Kaunas Will Never be the Same“

Mikado. Society as a Bundle of Sticks

TẽKA. River Streams Right Under our Noses

An Intensely Smelling Pantry 

Olha Sayenko: “I still don’t feel like an adult.”

Reiu Tüür and Peeter Krosmann. Both Estonians in Kaunas.

Clara Giambino. In Search of Freedom to Create and Work

Jindřich Čeladín. A Czech in Lithuania, or A fan of Wooden Architecture

Austėja’s Šančiai, Dainava and Pramonė

Kristina and Luis. Coffee at the neighbors

A yard to discover: “We think it’s beautiful out here”

Goda Pomeranceva. To Talk and Listen to Everyone

Kaunas Courtyard Festival. Food (Also) for the Soul

Putvinskio… A Street or a Courtyard?

Visual Solutions Architect of Optimismo Festival: “There are Hardly any Such Authentic Places Left That are Interesting in Their own Right”

Nemuno 7: “Today, Rivers can Become a Therapeutic Space”

Welcome to K.I.N.A.S. Panemunė (Meeting Giedrius Bučas)

A Hundred-year-old News

On Insignificant Things That are Significant With the Curator of “Subjective Atlas of Kaunas” 

The Utopia of Free Life According to Viltė Migonytė-Petrulienė

Nerijus Babrauskas. Meet him at the Art Deco Museum

Ice Cream Theater and Folded Modernism in the A. and P. Galaunė House-Museum

Mikas Zabulionis. DOP of Klostės, Architect’s Grandson

What Would Vizbaras say? A (Yet Another) Talk About Kaunas Central Post Office

Gamifying Culture. A Talk With Dovilė Valantiejienė

Orienteering at The Historical Presidential Palace in Kaunas

How Kulautuva Became Koolautuva. A Virtual History Game

“Noise as an intrusive thought”. A Talk on KAH’s Co-creation Project

Ąžuolynas, a truly Kaunastic Wind Orchestra

Robertas Černiauskas and the Best Coffee in Town

Tadas Bujanauskas. Kaunas – Baltimore – Kaunas

Justė Litinskaitė: ‘Art remains relevant as long as we give it meaning’

Robert Wilson: ‘No one can do what I did, and I don’t want anyone to try to do it’

Althea Thauberger: ‘Histories are Never Entirely in the Past’

Free Fortress of Freedom (News From the Forts of Kaunas)

Good night? Never (Visiting Lizdas and Godo)

New Theatre Season in Kaunas. The Curtain Rises!

A new pan-Baltic network: Black Rose. Black Carnation

Daiva Baranauskė. Always for the Losing Side

Remembering Andrei Sakharov. Moral Culture is a Great Superpower

Conflicts as Symptoms of Society (A Talk with Gintautas Mažeikis)

None of us is Less Human (A Talk With Ugnė Marija Andrijauskaitė)

Rasa and Justinas. Tandem on the Road and in Life

Extreme Riders. In Kaunas as in Barcelona

Solveiga Dambrauskatė-Bakutienė. Happiness Hormones for Everyone

Pranas Griušys. The Urban Hunter

Bicycle in the Interwar Period: To Ride and be Proud

Cycling to Clear the Mind

Characters in the Urban Landscape (A Talk with Gytis Padegimas)

Chief Virgis, or Šilainiai in my Heart

Multifunctional Augas (A Talk on Bags and Weights)

Enrika Striogaitė. To Feel the Essence Through People

A Feast of Texts

Vytas Dekšnys. “I wanted the text to flow”

“Literature is hopelessly democratic”

Julijus Grickevičius. Born With a Pipe

Žibuoklė Martinaitytė. “I float in that music as if in the ocean”

Lina, Vaiva, Rugilė. Sun, sea, Lion

The Sounds of Brazilka and Argentinka

Making the Effort: Kaunas Piano Fest

Evaldas Šemiotas. Sports Anchor for Life

For the Balance of Body and Mind

Basketball 24/7, for Sixteen Years

Collective Consciousness of Maccabi. Meeting Gercas Žakas

Football in the Backyard. Meeting FC Kiemas

Cutting Corners in Downtown Kaunas

Lukas Šiupšinskas. A Patient Sculptor

Rubbish as Material for art