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Kārlis Vītols

From 2 October to 21 October 2020, Kalnciema Quarter Art Gallery will host artist and director Kārlis Vītols' latest personal exhibition, The Journey to America. In the artist's thirteenth solo show, the main medium is the eye of the camera – in the form of photographs and video – which is focused on the solitude of an individual living on the outside. The artist has created an exhibition about a...

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Jelgava Municipality Day in the market on September 19

On September 19th from 10 AM to 4 PM Jelgava Municipality Day will be held in Kalnciema Quarter market - it is a meeting and trade festival - among producers, craftsmen and tourism service providers. Entrance is free!

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Mikhail Chekhov Riga Russian Theater at the market on September 12

On September 12 from 10 AM to 4 PM Kalnciema Quarter invites you to the market and a holiday concert performed by Mikhail Chekhov Riga Russian Theater. The concert will happen from 12 to 2 PM. Free entrance.

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Poets on the roofs / Baltā nakts on September 5

On September 5, "Poets in the Elevator" (and not only) complements the Baltā nakts 2020 program with its poetry readings on the roofs of Kalnciema Quarter. Each author will devote himself to the interaction of his individual voice and poetic text at a distance from each other, the collective feeling gaining additional intensity. Experimental musical accompaniment - Alexander Alexandrov.Start: 7 PM...

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LAMPAs screenings from September 2 to 5

From September 2 to 5 we invite you to watch and experience the conversation festival LAMPA in Kalnciema Quarter! After each discussion panel, we encourage you to continue the discussion in Kalnciems Quarter Wine Shop & Cafe.Participation is free.The viewing is planned every day of the festival from 5 PM to 10 PM, but on September 5 from 3.30 PM.

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