While the sun gives his place to drabness, let’s slowly involve into cosy activity of creation and art cognition at KCCC Exhibition Hall. We will help you not to lose yourselves among the old, the new and not recognised, and those who are freezing in November chill will be warmed by drowned in mist photos of Remigijus Treigys and full of warm light glass art exhibition by Indrė Stulgaitė-Kriukienė and Remigijus Kriukas.

When participating in cognitive guided tours around acting exhibitions, groups of pupils, students and adults may choose new and already existing alternative educational activities:  video review of the project “Glass art at virtual / public space”, matching the exhibition „The Shining“ by I. Stulgaitė-Kriukienė and R. Kriukas as well as review of artworks of Lithuanian glass masters; try technique of monotype in the context of R. Treigys retrospective exhibition “Territories: Photography 1987–2015”. And for those, who constantly look for connection between applied-decorative art and a thing as an art object, we offer to soil your hands by modelling at creative workshop “Ceramics is nor for the lickerish. Stamp”.

Alternative educational activities: 

Video review of the project “Glass art at virtual / public space” (until November 22).

Creative workshop “Ceramics is not for the lickerish. Stamp” (until November 22).

Featured  games “Art Puzzles”.

Educational workshop “Monotype among photography and painting”.

Creative workshop “Pop art by Richard Hamilton. Pop culture in everyday life”.

Guided tours and educational activities for groups of pupils, students and adults are from Wednesday to Friday (free of charge entrance on Wednesdays). Advance registration is necessary, ph. no: +370 (46) 313691 or e-mail

Families and youth Saturdays

Let’s cooperate and communicate on Saturdays improving ourselves. Let’s accumulate knowledge and experience by creating even simple objects at “The house of glass and wax”. Graphic activity, that offers to try monotype technique, will remind the saying “you could not step twice into the same river”. This type of technique can be miscellaneous and resist to repetitions. And creative activity “Ceramics is not for the lickerish” is not about food preparation, but about modelling from raw material, which can be found in each house.

November 14, 11 a.m. The house of glass and wax II: stained glass (The workshop is for families with children from 8 years old and for youth).

November 21, 11 a.m. Authentic monotype: positive and negative (The workshop is for families with children from 10 years old and for youth).

November 28, 11 a.m.  Ceramics is not for the lickerish (for families with children from 7 years old).

Let’s not give in to the cold.

Charge for educational workshops (adults – 1.74 Euro, for students, pupils, disabled people, the retired, provided the document – 0.87 Euro). Advance registration is necessary by e-mail or ph. no: +370 (46) 313691.