To mark this very special milestone, Vilnius will host multiple formal events, as well as celebrations that everyone can attend.
This is where you’ll get to see the original Act of Independence of Lithuania that was found in the archive of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2017. The exhibition will open at the House of Signatories (Pilies St. 26) on January 21 and will be free to visit every Tuesday – Sunday from 10am to 6pm.
What is contemporary art from the Baltic States like? See it at the 13th Baltic Triennial Give Up the Ghost.
Discover underground tanks, planes and other inspiring experimental dreams in an exhibition of inventions made during the Interwar Period in Lithuania called ‘Unforgettable Futures: Visions for Lithuania‘s Centenary’.
The Lithuanian Museum of Theatre, Music and Cinema will present its own take on the Centennial: an exhibition dedicated to the theatre arts in the years following the declaration of the country’s independence. What went on in the cultural life of a young country? Drop by to find out.
Is it possible to fit the culture of an entire country into one park? Essentially, that is what a Lithuanian Song Festival is all about. From 1 to 6 July, people from every corner of Lithuania will gather in Vilnius for a celebration of song and dance so impressive it made UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage.