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.
 

History

2017

“Canto Fiorito” – ancient music ensemble
Led by Rodrigo Calveyra (Brasil)

Kintai Music Festival International Youth Chamber Orchestra
Led by composer Gediminas Gelgotas, conducted by Martynas Stakionis

Residency of composers from Europe (Greece, Netherlands, UK, Lithuania) in collaboration with musicians from Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre
Led by composer, prof. Vykintas Baltakas from Maastricht and Brussels Academy of Music

Chamber orchestra NIKO (Lithuania)
Led by composer Gediminas Gelgotas

2014-2016

Vilnius Art Academy – Summer residence of students of the Department of Architecture
Led by prof. Marius Šaliamoras

Kintai Music Festival International Youth Chamber Orchestra
Led by Gediminas Gelgotas, conducted by Martynas Stakionis

Chamber orchestra NIKO (Lithuania)
Led by composer Gediminas Gelgotas

Baltic See Philharmonic Orchestra – tour residency in Kintai
Led and conducted by Kristjan Järvi

Chamber orchestra SKARK (Iceland) & NIKO (Lithuania), common project granted by EEA GRANT ”Present and past in music dialogue between Lithuania and Island”
Led by Irina Martos

Projects granted by EU Youth in Action Nr.LT-11E64-2013-R2:
“A Walk on the water” by youth from Estonia, Poland, Portugal, Latvia, Lithuania
Led by Laurynas Juodeska

Educational heritage programme “Building of an ancient Curonian Lagoon ship “Venteris”
Led by Simas Knapkis and Laurynas Juodeska

Educational heritage project for youth “Weather road to Curonian Lagoon“ in collaboration with Vilnius Art Academy (Telsiai department) students of woodworks
Led by Laurynas Juodeska

International Art workshop-exhibition ”PICNIC” with painters, sculptors, photographers, graphic artists from Germany, Japan, Lithuania
Led by Gabija Vidrinskaite (Germany) and Martynas Pekarskas (Lithuania)