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Events in april 2018
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13. APR — 27. MAY 2018
Trauma and Revival. Cultural Ties Between Eastern and Western Europe - A Contemporary Art Exhibition

This exhibition features a selection of works by contemporary artists from Eastern Europe of the Balkans. It is the final event of an international cooperation project. Michal Novotny, director at the FUTURA Center for Contemporary Art in Prague, is the curator of the exhibition.

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13. APR — 27. MAY 2018
Exhibition "Family Bussiness"

Kim? Contemporary Art Centre proudly announces a solo show by Finnish-Israeli artist Dafna Maimon. One of the themes unfolded in this exhibition is the experience of society making headway towards tolerance and togetherness which are qualities of great importance in the context of the Baltic Sea Region, Europe and the globe.

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28. APR — 17. JUN 2018
The exhibition "Akademia: Performing Life" / International contemporary art exhibition "Portable Landscapes"

Contemporary art exhibition "Portable Landscapes" examines the stories of exiled and emigré Latvian and Baltic artists, locating them within the broader context of 20th-century art history, and wider processes of migration and globalization.

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27. FEB 2018 — 01. OCT 2020
Business Information Centre “Magnetic Latvia” at Riga International Airport

The Business Information Centre “Magnetic Latvia” at Riga International Airport has been designed to serve as a stopover for foreign and local guests, be it a businessmen or a diplomat, where one can receive first-hand information from the staff of the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia about business opportunities and top tourist attractions

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Events in may 2018
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02. MAY 2018
Rothko in Jazz - Concert Programme with the Māris Briežkalns Quintet

The famous Latvia-born painter Mark Rothko created an abstract, mysterious and moving body of work. For the project Rothko in Jazz, members of the Māris Briežkalns Quintet have arranged works inspired by his canvases created by ten renowned Latvian composers.

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02. — 30. MAY 2018
Exhibition "Finnish Jaegers in Latvia"

The exhibition provides an introduction to the Finnish Jaegers, a military unit founded during World War I.

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11. MAY — 12. AUG 2018
The XIII Baltic Triennial: GIVE UP THE GHOST

For the first time, the Baltic Triennial will take place in the three Baltic countries. Opening at the CAC in Vilnius, Lithuania in May 2018, June 2018 at Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia, and September 2018 at Kim? Riga, Latvia. The three distinct exhibitions act as different chapters to form the Triennial.

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22. MAY 2018
Klas Torstensson. Christina Cycle. - A Concert with Sinfonietta Rīga

Last season, Sinfonietta Rīga visited Amsterdam Muziekgebouw aan’t IJ together with Latvian Radio Choir; this one we return to Amsterdam to share the stage with violinist Joseph Puglia and soprano Charlotte Riedijk. Together we will perform the Dutch-Swedish composer Klas Torstensson's richly varied Christina Cyclus.

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24. MAY 2018
Klas Torstensson. Christina Cycle. - A Concert with Sinfonietta Rīga

Last season, Sinfonietta Rīga visited Amsterdam Muziekgebouw aan’t IJ together with Latvian Radio Choir; this one we return to Amsterdam to share the stage with violinist Joseph Puglia and soprano Charlotte Riedijk. Together we will perform the Dutch-Swedish composer Klas Torstensson's richly varied Christina Cyclus.

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Events in june 2018
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01. — 03. JUN 2018
The 2018 AABS Conference at Stanford University: The 100th Anniversary of Baltic Independence

The 2018 AABS Conference at Stanford University will celebrate two important milestones – the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies (AABS) and the 100th anniversary of independence for the Baltic republics of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

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01. JUN — 30. SEP 2018
Latvia International Ceramics Biennale 2018 and the International Ceramics Competition the Martinsons Award

Latvia International Ceramics Biennale - the most significant event in the field of contemporary ceramics in Baltic region. 100 pieces created by artists from around the world, including outstanding Latvian ceramic artists, will be on display for the Martisnons Award Competition to be evaluated by international jury.

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06. JUN — 16. SEP 2018
Tradition & Innovation - The 6th Riga International Textile and Fibre Art Triennial

The theme of this year's triennial is IDENTITY - historical, social, artistic, personal. It is diverse in a philosophical sense therefore artists are expected to discuss it from all points of view. It might have wide interpretations and can be viewed from different aspects.

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07. JUN — 26. AUG 2018
A Collection of Contemporary Tapestries from Mobilier National (France)

This unique exhibition, taking place parallel to the 6th Riga International Textile and Fiber Art Triennial, will display tapestries from the designs of famous artists Henri Matisse and Joan Miro, legendary French tapestry maker Jean Lurcat, and others.

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08. JUN — 28. SEP 2018
Exhibition "Finnish Jaegers in Latvia"

The exhibition provides an introduction to the Finnish Jaegers, a military unit founded during World War I.

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18. JUN 2018
Invisible Effects - A Dance Performance

Choreographer Kirils Burovs has created a dance performance in two parts in collaboration with dancers from Latvia and the UK. The first part is about a woman in the midst of a mid-life crisis (Little Red Riding Hood/Sarkangalvīte), and the second is about a diver demonstrating an unsettling world record (The Goal/Mērķis).

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19. JUN — 31. AUG 2018
Trauma and Revival. Cultural Ties Between Eastern and Western Europe - A Contemporary Art Exhibition

This exhibition features a selection of works by contemporary artists from Eastern Europe of the Balkans. It is the final event of an international cooperation project. Michal Novotny, director at the FUTURA Center for Contemporary Art in Prague, is the curator of the exhibition.

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23. JUN 2018
HEAVENLY PÄRT - The Latvian Radio Choir and Sinfonietta Rīga in Concert

“I’ve realized that it’s enough if one tone is played perfectly.” By focusing on single tones and triads Arvo Pärt created simple and direct music. Today, he is one of the most influential composers still alive. The Latvian Radio choir and Sinfonietta Rīga were awarded the Grammy Award for their performance of “Adam’s Lament”.

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24. — 28. JUN 2018
Invisible Effects - A Dance Performance

Choreographer Kirils Burovs has created a dance performance in two parts in collaboration with dancers from Latvia and the UK. The first part is about a woman in the midst of a mid-life crisis (Little Red Riding Hood/Sarkangalvīte), and the second is about a diver demonstrating an unsettling world record (The Goal/Mērķis).

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25. JUN 2018
A Single Tone. Kissinger Sommer - The Latvian Radio Choir and Sinfonietta Rīga in Concert

“I’ve realized that it’s enough if one tone is played perfectly.” By focusing on single tones and triads Arvo Pärt created simple and direct music. Today, he is one of the most influential composers still alive. The Latvian Radio choir and Sinfonietta Rīga were awarded the Grammy Award for their performance of “Adam’s Lament”.

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29. JUN — 02. SEP 2018
The XIII Baltic Triennial: GIVE UP THE GHOST

For the first time, the Baltic Triennial will take place in the three Baltic countries. Opening at the CAC in Vilnius, Lithuania in May 2018, June 2018 at Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia, and September 2018 at Kim? Riga, Latvia. The three distinct exhibitions act as different chapters to form the Triennial.

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Events in july 2018
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01. — 31. JUL 2018
To be banned. Baltic Books 1918 - 1940 - A Travelling Exhibition

The travelling exhibition offers visitors an unprecedented insight into the writing and publishing that took place the between the two world wars with the opportunity to see the wide variety of publications printed between 1920 - 1930 in the three Baltic countries.

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03. JUL 2018
Brīnumputns (The Wonder Bird) - A Musical for Young People

For the first time in Latvia - a production of a musical based on Anna Brigadere's play Lolitas brīnumputns (Lolita's Wonder Bird). The actors are a diverse troupe of Latvians, minority youth living in Latvia, and ten members of the Latvian diaspora from the US.

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07. JUL — 30. SEP 2018
Imants Tillers. Journey to Nowhere - An Exhibition

From 7 July until 30 September 2018 Journey to Nowhere, a major exhibition of works by Imants Tillers, will be on view at the Latvian National Museum of Art in the Great Exhibition Hall of the main building (in Riga, at Jaņa Rozentāla laukums 1)

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15. JUL 2018
Brīnumputns (The Wonder Bird) - A Musical for Young People

For the first time in Latvia - a production of a musical based on Anna Brigadere's play Lolitas brīnumputns (Lolita's Wonder Bird). The actors are a diverse troupe of Latvians, minority youth living in Latvia, and ten members of the Latvian diaspora from the US.

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21. JUL 2018
The Latvian Radio Choir sing Leo Delibes. Kayssa.

The Latvian Radio choir sings at the Festival Radio France Occitanie Montpellier.

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23. JUL 2018
The Latvian Radio Choir in Concert

Programme: Ēriks Ešenvalds, Pēteris Vasks, Arvo Pärt, and others. Conductor - Sigvards Kļava.

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