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XII BALTIC TRIENNIAL: The last workshops with Perrine Bailleux, performance by Robertas Narkus and online publications
We invite you to the last three vocal and breathing lessons with an artist and singer Perrine Bailleux. Her lecture-concert opened the XII Baltic Triennial on September 5. Her lesson, called “Your Voice Doesn’t Need You“ is a practical seminar based on French singer Marie-Jeanne Rodière’s method. This workshop is addressed to any person wishing to explore and experiment with the phenomenon of singing, and more generally, of voicing. It is especially suitable to singers, actors, teachers or anybody who has a frequent and sustained use of one’s voice. The last lessons will be held on Wednesday, September 16 at 6 pm, and on Saturday and Sunday, September 19 and 20 at 4 pm. The lessons will be led in English and will take around 2 hours. For more information please visit

Robertas Narkus‘ performance „DVD“ (2014) will be staged for the last time on Saturday and Sunday, just before Perrine‘s lessons, at 3:30 pm in the main CAC hall.

XII Baltic Triennial hosts a joint project by artists Nick Bastis and Darius Mikšys. A part of it can be seen as an installation in the CAC premises. The other part of the project is a „Kickstarter“ campaign for a mobile application „Augmented Sound“. The online campaign ends on Monday, September 28. You can find it here:

„Art Territory“, a website for contemporary art, has published an interview with the curator of XII Baltic Triennial and an exclusive photo gallery of the exhibition:,_curator_of_the_xii_baltic_triennial_/

A magazine about culture „7 meno dienos“ has published a special article for Triennial - „Loops of future“ by a sociologist Eglė Rindzevičiūtė. It can be read in the magazine‘s website

Bookings are now open at, a project by Michael Portnoy
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Fans and Amateurs. Poetry Readings by Shane Anderson
Bastard Voices. An event by Baltic Triennial 13 in London
Apichatpong Weerasethakul film retrospective
Jasmine Johnson and Emanuel Almborg film screening and artists' talk