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'''Festivals''': [[Jauna Muzika]] (*1992).<br>
 
'''Festivals''': [[Jauna Muzika]] (*1992).<br>
 
'''Past festivals''': [[Electrodays]] (2004), [[French-Baltic Video Festival]] (1995).<br>
 
'''Past festivals''': [[Electrodays]] (2004), [[French-Baltic Video Festival]] (1995).<br>
'''Past events''': [[RAM]]6 (2004), [[Lithuanian Art 1989-1999. The Ten Years]] exhibition (1999), [[Twilight]] exhibition (1998).
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'''Past events''': [[Fluxus East]] exhibition (2008), [[RAM]]6 (2004), [[Lithuanian Art 1989-1999. The Ten Years]] exhibition (1999), [[Twilight]] exhibition (1998).
  
 
'''Spaces''': [[Tree Lab]] film lab (*2009).
 
'''Spaces''': [[Tree Lab]] film lab (*2009).

Revision as of 23:48, 29 August 2011

Initiatives: Institutio Media (*1998), Vilma, Super 8 Picnic in a Hand (*2008).

Festivals: Jauna Muzika (*1992).
Past festivals: Electrodays (2004), French-Baltic Video Festival (1995).
Past events: Fluxus East exhibition (2008), RAM6 (2004), Lithuanian Art 1989-1999. The Ten Years exhibition (1999), Twilight exhibition (1998).

Spaces: Tree Lab film lab (*2009).

Art workers: Arturas Raila, Arturas Valiauga, Arunas Gudaitis (1973), Egle Rakauskaitė, Gintaras Makarevicius, Joana Deltuvaitė (1981), Kestutis Andrasiunas (1973), Laura Stasiulytė, Lolita Jablonskienė, Mindaugas Gapsevicius (1974), Mirjam Wirz, Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas, Renata Sukaityte.


Cities
media culture of the 1990s and onwards

Amsterdam, Bergen, Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, London, New York City, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Rotterdam, Vienna, Warsaw, Zagreb.