Vokieèiø g. 2
LT–01130 Vilnius, Lithuania
+370 5 2121945 (CAC ticket office)
+370 5 2623476 (CAC program coordinators)
+370 687 85713 (CAC press and promotions)
fax: +370 5 2623954
The two floors of the
Contemporary Art Centre contain five exhibition halls with
the total area of over 2000 m², an open-air courtyard and a conference hall
on the first floor.
Founded 1992. From 1968
to 1992 – the Art Exibition Palace
Director – Kæstutis Kuizinas
Sundays-Saturdays: 12 a.m.–8 p. m.
The CAC is the largest venue for contemporary art
in the Baltic States total and one of the largest art institutions in
Post-Soviet Europe: with exhibition space of 2400 square metres. The
CAC is committed to developing a broad range of international and
Lithuanian exhibition projects and also presents a wide range of public
programs including lectures, seminars, performances, film and video
screenings, and live new music events.
The Contemporary Art Centre organises approximately five/six
large-scale exhibition projects per annum (including retrospectives,
surveys, and international group shows) in conjunction with up to 15
smaller projects. The CAC is well known internationally as the home of
the Baltic Triennial of
International Art one of the major contemporary festival
exhibitions in Northern Europe; 2005 was a Triennial year.