"St. Petersburg - Riga", the exhibition of ceramic artists Lyudmila Nazina and Sergei Rusakov (Russia) will take place in Riga Porcelain Museum from 6 September to 3 November 2019.
Museum “Riga Art Nouveau Centre” invites visitors to exhibition entitled “Jēkabs Dranda. Ceramics”.
On 17 and 18 August the inhabitants and guests of Riga are invited to the main event of Riga Festival at the 11th November Embankment. You will be able to explore and experience the city legends, tales and stories, learn about the rich history of the capital of Latvia and enjoy a colourful culture programme.
Museum “Riga Art Nouveau Centre” invites the inhabitants and guests of Riga to visit the exhibition “Art Nouveau in Riga. 10 Years of Collection” and attend guided tours in the exhibition.
Songlike: Solo exhibition of Māra Genere and Eduards Geners
From 14 June till 8 August the Museum “Riga Art Nouveau Centre” will host an exhibition “Beer Mugs and Vessels”. The exhibition will feature the items associated with beer, which is the traditional drink during the Midsummer celebration called Līgo or Jāņi: there are beer mugs as well as beer bottles, glasses, barrels and boxes manufactured in Latvia. The exhibition will also feature a postcard and poster collection about the Līgo Festival and open-air dance parties as well as flowers and greeneries characteristic to the Festival. The exhibition has been created in cooperation with collectors Viktorija Raņķevica and Arturs Altbergs.
The publicity photo from the staircase at Alberta iela 12, a photo by Margarita Fedina.
Staircase, the building at Alberta iela 12, photo by Margarita Fedina.
In order to celebrate architect Wilhelm Ludwig Nicholas Bockslaff’s 160th birthday and to honour his contribution to the city, museum “Riga Art Nouveau Centre” invites the inhabitants of Riga and city guests to attend remembrance events at Lielie Kapi (the Big Cemetery), at the Architects House and museum “Riga Art Nouveau Centre”.
31 August - 7 October 2018
At the museum “Riga Art Nouveau Centre”
From 29 June until 7 October, 2018.
In museum Riga Art Nouveau Centre