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The exhibition in Druskininkai - The results of Travelling Architecture Workshop VI

MAY 2014

"Travelling Architecture Workshop" exhibition will be held in Druskininkai on the 31st of May,  2014. This is the penultimate stop of the exhibition before ending its journey through the cities of Lithuania .


The exhibition presents 16 unique projects in public spaces of small Lithuanian towns, which were implemented in July and August of 2013 summer. Children and young people of small villages together with architects, architecture students and other creative people researched their environment, created new and renewed existing spaces and small architecture objects not only for themselves, but for all residents.


The exhibition will be opened in Druskininkai together with children who participated in former workshops from 2 villages close by.  The exhibition consists of nine portable, easily assembled stands which will be built by the project's organizers together with the kids during the opening.


In December of 2013 for the first time the exhibition was opened at the Vilnius University Library. The exhibition has already been exhibited in the Biržų Castle, the A. and M. Miškinių Public Library in Utena, the G. Petkevičaitė Public Library in Panevėžys, the Plunge municipal public library and Tauragė Castle. In order to present the project results to a wider audience, the exhibition was displayed in the towns, district centers. Exhibition's trip will conclude its presentation in Vilnius, in the event of Culture Night.


The Travelling Architecture Workshop aims to inspire Lithuanian cities and towns, communities and people to take care of their living environment and to create it themselves.


Druskininkai exhibition will be opened in health and leisure center "Aqua", 2nd floor hall (address - Vilniaus al. 30-1 , Druskininkai) until June 20, 2014.


"Travelling Architecture Workshop" - the first large-scale project by "Architecture [Children] Fund, which took place in 2013 during the summer holidays. It aims to draw children and village residents attention to the everyday human environment. The project seeks to demonstrate that to take care of the public environment and to foster real changes can be done without a lot of material and human resources.




     "Architecture [Children] Fund is a volunteering based initiative that develops and implements educational programs for children and youth about architecture and living enviroment.