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    The work 'Creative Space Vilnius' is a non-commercial student project and reports about places that encourage creative community to express thems… Read More
    The work 'Creative Space Vilnius' is a non-commercial student project and reports about places that encourage creative community to express themselves in some way. Read Less
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This project covers the topic of creative spaces of Vilnius. The target audience is young people between 18 and 30 years, particularly students. My work aims to extend opportunities for creative community to actually create and exhibit their work. Usually, students believe that the choice of places where they could present their works is rather narrow andlimited with university and special places for it. This project reports about places that encourage creative community to express themselves in some way. Selected spaces are divided into two categories: paid and free. Places that one has to pay for are hubs, institutions and places,
 which are taxed in some ways. Free creative spaces do not charge any fees for activities and creative work based on their space. 
These projects include the following types of space: places where people can come and express themselves creatively through 
their own work and places, which are intended to expose the creative works. Many of the presented spaces fulfil both these 
functions. The relevance of this topic is the need for students in some way prove themselves with their works, and on the other
hand, the creation of spontaneous dynamic places of cultural life in Vilnius. Because exhibitions, performances and activities that0
are organized by creative community and take place in the specific space create its unique image.

The project "Creative Space Vilnius" was selected and entered the Final Selection of "Visual Design" 
in the 2016 Taiwan International Design Competition.
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Green Garage is a creative space, which is open for artists, scientists, engineers, teachers, students and area developers. Here art and modern technologies merge to form a single unit. Participants prefer to learn through making real things. Thinkers come in and makers come out. Occupation of residents are different - from product design to creating electronic music.The ultimate aim of Green Garage is not only to provide creative people with working space, but also to educate them in the area of electrotechnical things.

Art factory Loftas is well known place for trendy & up to date people. It is based inside a fabulous old factory in Newtown of Vilnius providing creative opportunities and events including gigs, fashion shows, seminars, film screenings etc. But the main idea is to provide a space big enough for the people to go wild in. Loftas is popular for big music shows with worldwide known live bands & DJs.
European Humanities University is a belarusian university located in Vilnius. One of the programs offered by EHU is “Visual Design and Media” which is aimed at providing students with skills in media industry. Over the course of studies students obtain knowledge necessary for working in the areas of
print and digital media. Second floor of the university campus is also used as an exhibition area for student works andthe works of professionals coming here to give master classes and workshops.
The origin of Vilnius College of Technologies and Design was established (in its current structure) in 2008, with the integration of Vilnius Technical College into Vilnius College of Construction and Design. 
Vilnius Academy of Arts is the largest and oldest art university in the Baltic States, established in 1793 as an Architecture department at the Chief school of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in Vilnius. Today Academy has over 1,800 students in four cities – Vilnius, Kaunas, Telšiai and Klaipėda. Academy is a member of international networks and associations of European higher education institutions of art and design, and is also open for cooperation with foreign artists and designers. but it is not free of charge to have an exhibition at the area of the Vilnius Academy of Arts.
Atomic Garden is an advertising school disguised as an advertising agency. At The Atomic Garden the students don’t come to study, but to pre-work, which is the way you really learn. This is not about taking notes but receiving briefs, having bosses, getting excited, making an effort; it’s about shaping
yourself by learning how to create, how to listen, how to make mistakes, how to work in a team; it’s about starting to become familiar with one of the most fun professions around today. But overall, it is about creating a solid portfolio for oneself.
Vilnius University Library is a fivefloor spacious building, which many students define as their workplace. The determining factor in this case is that the library is open twenty four hours which attracts students who want to work during the night as well. The library provides the possibility to use color and black and white printers, as well as Internet access. In addition, there is a cafeteria that is open during the day. Coffee machines are available round-the-clock.

Užupis Republic is an unique and phenomenal place, where the powerful creative and cultural industries are concentrated. That concentration creates distinctive atmosphere in the district. More than 300 artists work any live there. Užupis is a separate republic with its own president, ministers, symbols and rituals. Užupis is an amicable coexistence of different nationalities, religions and people of different social statuses.
Coffice offers a possibility to use their office as your workplace. It is a cozy working place to spend time in for an hour or a few, for a day or more with unlimited coffee / tea and creative atmosphere in Vilnius old town.

The Contemporary Art Centre (Šiolaikinio Meno Centras) is the largest venue for contemporary art in the Baltic States, with an exhibition space of 2400 square meters. The CAC is a non-collection based institution committed to developing a broad range of international and Lithuanian exhibition projects as well as presenting a wide range of public programmes including lectures, seminars, performances, film and video screenings, and live new music events
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