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The Main Events of Latvia’s Centenary 2019

In 2019, the centenary programme will commemorate the events that were essential to the formation of Latvia's statehood: the Freedom Battles, the founding of the Latvian army, the emergence of national and local institutions, and the unique Baltic Way campaign.

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.

The London Book Fair Welcomes Delegation From Latvia

12th–14th March, the London Book Fair is taking place, and Latvian literature will be represented with a national exhibition stand for the sixth year in a row.

Baltic artists invited to participate in a juried exhibition of contemporary ceramics

Latvian Centre for Contemporary Ceramics in cooperation with Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre invites Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian artists to apply for BASICS: Baltic Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Ceramics.

The exhibition of historical records “We want to be free, we will be free!”

The exhibition of historical records “We want to be free, we will be free!” is dedicated to the formation of the State of Latvia in the context of showing neighbouring countries Lithuania and Estonia, as well as Poland and Finland, which were founded or reinstated after World War One and also celebrate their centenaries in 2017–2018.

Baltic Triennial 13 - GIVE UP THE GHOST

BT13 – GIVE UP THE GHOST launches its third and final chapter at Kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga on Friday 21 September. Baltic Triennial 13 is the biggest contemporary art event taking place in Riga as a part of Latvia’s Centennial and restored Lithuania’s and Estonia’s celebration.

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