NeuroArt marathon: exhibits, Gregorian chants, fashion shows and more

A NeuroArt marathon will be taking place in Lithuania over the upcoming two weeks. You are more than welcome to attend these events.

June 13

My Siberia Souls light sculptures will be shown at the Chapel-Columbarium at Tuskulėnai Memorial Park, Žirmūnų g. 1F, Vilnius, Lithuania. This exhibit was organized by the Genocide and Resistance Research Center of Lithuania.

16:00, Tuesday, June 13, opening reception with my talk about the growing danger of a Stalinistic resurgence.

More information about this exhibit and the Columbarium can be found in my website posting by clicking HERE.


June 16

Writings on Silk: from Chicago, to New York, and onto Kazlų Rūda fashion show

18:00, Friday, June 16, Kazlų Rūdos Jurgio Dovydaičio viešoji biblioteka

Vytauto g. 21, Kazlų Rūda, Lithuania


June 16

Summer Solstice celebration (kupuolinės) Memory Patterns (Atminties raštai). This will be taking place next to my 230 boulder, outdoor art installation at the base of a Lithuanian sacred mound (piliakalnis). Further information about this large-scale art work can be found HERE. A YouTube video of a walk through these boulders can be viewed HERE

22:00, Friday, June 16, Varnupiai Sacred Mound, Varnupiai, Lithuania


June 20

Lithuanian National Library of Medicine

Kaštonų g. 7, Vilnius, Lithuania

17:30, Tuesday, June 20, my explanation of the Voynich manuscript, a PowerPoint presentation (in Lithuanian)

19:00 World premiere performance of Voynich manuscript excerpts. Six Gregorian chant musical compositions by Grace Allan, sung by mezzo-soprano Nora Petrocenko. One of the musical compositions, Bathing Ritual, has been produced into two YouTube videos which can be viewed by clicking version 1 and version 2.

Spellbound in Silk, a fashion show of my silk scarves will follow the Gregorian chanting.


June 2-30

Ongoing exhibition, Visions of Life (Gyvenimo vizijos), a selection of my NeuroArt prints on paper

Kazlų Rūdos Jurgio Dovydaičio viešoji biblioteka

Vytauto g. 21, Kazlų Rūda, Lithuania

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