Vokiečių St. 2, LT-01130, Vilnius, Lithuania

www.cac.lt

+370 5 260 8960

Contemporary Art Centre (CAC), Vilnius

The Contemporary Art Centre (CAC) a Kunsthalle committed to developing a broad range of international exhibitions and presenting a wide range of public programmes including lectures, seminars, performances, and film and video screenings. The CAC is traditionally the home and organiser of the Baltic Triennial.

Opening times

11 May – 12 August

 

Open Tuesday – Sunday
12.00 – 20.00

 

Closed Mondays

 

11 May: exhibition opening

Entrance

Entrance fee: 3 EUR*

Concessions: 1.5 EUR (Students, seniors, members of ITIC and of groups of 11 or more people)

 

* Free entry for children under 12 years old, seniors in their 80s and older, visitors with disabilities and one assistant/companion, members of AICA, ICOM, CIMAM, IKT, IBA, and press with a valid press card.

 

Free entry for all on Wednesdays

Accessibility

All exhibition rooms are accessible with wheelchairs: wheelchair lifts are available for accessing the 1st floor and the basement. There are two sets of double doors to enter the building (not automatic; please buzz for assistance). The bathrooms are situated in the basement and are wheelchair accessible.

 

To access the outdoor terrace of the CAC Café, there are two low steps; there is no wheelchair access to the café’s interior.

 

Please email info@cac.lt in advance to arrange for printed material in larger typeface or inquire about any other way to accommodate your visit.

Tours

Free tours every Wednesday at 5pm
No registration necessary

If you wish to book a tour for another time please email info@cac.lt

Vabaduse väljak 8, Tallinn, Estonia
www.kunstihoone.ee
+372 644 2818

Tallinn Art Hall

Tallinn Art Hall is a contemporary art institution established in 1934 with an exhibition programme in three galleries on the central square of Tallinn – the Tallinn Art Hall, the Art Hall Gallery and the nearby City Gallery. Tallinn Art Hall addresses the most pressing issues in contemporary art and society, provides a fascinating programme for contemporary audiences and helps artists create new exhibitions and works. Tallinn Art Hall holds 20 to 24 exhibitions a year, making it one of the largest art producers in Estonia.

Opening times

29 June – 2 September

 

Open Wednesday – Sunday
12:00—19:00

 

Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

 

29 June: exhibition opening

Entrance

Entrance fee: 6 EUR*

Concessions: 3 EUR (Students, university students, Estonian pensioners, people with disabilities (and their companions), members of the armed forces in uniform, groups (10 or more), members of the Estonian Artists’ Association, members of the Estonian Art Teachers’ Association).

Family ticket: 9 EUR (Up to 2 adults and their children aged 18 years or under)

 

* Free entry for pre-school children (and adult accompanying kindergarten groups); children from orphanages, AICA and ICOM members, IAA members, journalists with valid press cards, people repressed by foreign powers, Tallinn Card holders.

 

** Concessions apply upon the presentation of valid ID/certificate

Accessibility

Tallinn Art Hall’s exhibition space is on the second floor. Unfortunately, there is no disabled access elevator. There is a wheelchair at the exhibition hall for those who can go up the stairs with help from a companion.

 

Please e-mail info@kunstihoone.ee or +372 644 2818 to accommodate your visit

Tours

Regular open tours on Wednesdays at 17.30 and on Saturdays at 14.00.
Other times can be booked via: www.kunstihoone.ee/en/education-programme/

Sporta street 2 k-1, LV-1013, Riga, Latvia
www.kim.lv
+371 296 00 916

Kim? Contemporary Art Center

Kim? Was established in 2009 and is the leading contemporary art venue in Latvia. It has co-curated and organised more than 150 international and local artists’ exhibitions, and more than 20 exhibitions outside Latvia including the 55th Venice Biennale. Kim? supports the development of emerging Latvian artists, theoreticians and curators as well as collaborations between art professionals and thinkers from other spheres with the aim to provide a responsive context for their work and make contemporary art practices accessible to a wider audience in Latvia.

Opening times

21 September – 18 November

 

Open Tuesday and Thursday
14.00 – 20.00, Wednesday and Friday – Sunday 12.00 – 18.00

 

Closed Mondays

 

21 September: exhibition opening

 

Entrance

Entrance fee: 3 EUR*
Concessions: 1.5 EUR (Students, seniors)

 

*Free entry on Tuesday

 

*Free entry for children up to 10 years, disabled persons, large families, art and culture school and university students, press with a valid press card or Dienas Draugs card.

 

Free entry for all on Tuesdays

Accessibility

The venue and exhibition are wheelchair accessible.

Tours

Tours are offered daily for groups by appointment
Contact: +371 296 00 916