Ongoing Exhibitions

Armenian Medieval Churches and Monasteries

2017 09 19 – 2017 10 19

The photo exhibition of Armenian medieval churches in both modern day Armenia and in the historic home of Armenian people offers a brief and precious glimpse into the mysterious world of Armenian spirituality. Weather-beaten, dilapidated buildings, mossy cross-stones on a mountainous plateau, and sometimes a colorful burst of young people in stylish clothes in front of an ancient monastery. The visual images can be seen as an almost tangible symbol of past and present, illustrating the rich historical and spiritual heritage of Armenia, the first Christian state in the world.
From Mammoth Tusk to Sapphires in Gold Mounts: Aleksandras Šepkus

2017 06 07 – 2017 12 30

The exhibition contains 45 pieces of jewellery: bracelets, rings, crosses, pendants, and earrings. It offers a rare opportunity to admire the works created by the most famous Lithuanian jeweller Aleksandras Šepkus in different stages of his career, to trace the features characteristic of a concrete period, and to acclaim the originality of his art. Works for this exhibition have been lent by the Lithuanian Art Museum and private persons, collectors. The newest pieces of jewellery created by the artist are also exhibited.
The Old Baptismal Font of the Žemaičių Kalvarija Church

2014 06 – 2017

Very few wooden Baroque baptismal fonts have survived in Lithuania. The present font is a unique utensil of this kind of such an intricate composition and iconography.



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