Kintai Arts
Viešoji įstaiga „Kintai Arts“ buvo perorganizuota iš individualios steigėjos Audros Juodeškienės įmonės „Brigė“. Ji savo veiklą pradėjo 2013 m. „Kintai Arts“ tikslas yra organizuoti pramogų, poilsio, kūrybines, menines ir sporto veiklas, užsiimti viešųjų ryšių ir komunikacijos vykdymu.


Briefly about the organization

KINTAI ARTS artspace is an artistic initiative in a rural location which provides a forum for all artistic branches and interdisciplinary work, encouraging encounters with contemporary art forms outside of urban cultural centers. Interaction and intervention between art and the local community and environment where it is practiced is a significant aspect of the project.

This is an independent non-profit project. The name KINTAI ARTS is derived from the town name KINTAI where the residency was established. The residency program started in 2016.

KINTAI ARTS artspace is based in a former school of Kintai and other buildings of the communal institutions. It is situated in the Pomeranian region of the Curonian Lagoon (Klaipeda region, Silute municipality) and situated in the rural environment on the coast of the Curonian Lagoon near the peninsula of Curonian Spit and Vente Cape.

Briefly about the residency program

The “KINTAI ARTS Residence” is an international residency program for artists situated at Kintai (Silute municipality, Lithuania). It is an independent non-profit art project supported by the community of Kintai, the public organization Kintai Arts and Pomeranian Association of Arts and Sports.

KINTAI ARTS artspace wants to create an environment for inspiration – a place for artists where they could concentrate on work and creative experiments.

One to three-month residencies are available between each May and October. Shorter stays and “Artists on Tour” plans are available by special arrangement.

Disciplines and media

  • Visual art
  • Educational programs
  • New media
  • Animation
  • Curatorial
  • Film-making
  • Architecture
  • Dance
  • Theatre
  • Performing arts
  • Textile art
  • Music
  • Literature
  • Ceramics
  • Porcelain enamel (by arrangement)

Residency conditions

  • 1-3 months duration of a residency
  • 5-30 resident artists simultaneously

Expenses paid by artist

  • Travel
  • Housing
  • Supplies
  • Food
  • Other

Application process

Open Call

Presentation of artists' work

Arranged on a case-by-case basis




  • Dance / performance practice space
  • Musical instruments
  • Kitchen
  • Woodworking tools

Number of studios

Type and size of studios

  • Live/work space
  • Rehearsal space


  • Private room
  • Shared room

Working language(s)

  • English
  • Lithuanian

Other activities at the space

  • Workshops
  • Presentations
  • Movies
  • Exhibitions
  • Discussions
  • Concerts