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SOCIAL PROGRAMME
 

Get Together on Tuesday, September 11 at 19:30

All conference participants are invited to attend the GET TOGETHER
Hotel LE MERIDIEN VILNIUS, hall TILIA
 
For Your pleasure:
Welcome speeches
String Quartet ARCO of Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra
Dress Code is informal
 

GALA DINNER on Wednesday, September 12 at 20:00

All conference participants are invited to attend GALA DINNER
“AMBER OTHERWISE: Watch – Touch – Taste – Smell – Wear”
Lithuanian National Gallery
Konstitucijos pr. 22, LT-08105 Vilnius
(transferring by busses from Le Meridien Vilnius to National Gallery at 19:30)
 
For Your pleasure:
Welcome speeches
Degustation of Amber products
Presentation of European “Amber Road”
Film “Amber secrets”

Entertainment by
Lithuanian Amber voice Evelina Sashenko
Dress Code is informal.
 

Lithuanian kitchen dinner on Thursday, September 13 at 18:30 - 19:30

All conference participants are invited to attend Lithuanian kitchen dinner
Hotel LE MERIDIEN VILNIUS, hall TILIA
 
For Your pleasure:
Degustation of ethnic drinks
Ethnic music
Ethnic small market with possibility to make some Lithuanian handicraft
 
Good atmosphere and mood ensured!
Dress Code is informal.
 

Cultural programmes on Thursday, September 13 at 19:30 and on Friday, September 14 at 16:30

Transferring by busses from Le Meridien Vilnius to Vilnius Old Town
 
For Your pleasure:
Excursion to the one of the most beautiful old towns in Europe
 protected by UNESCO - Vilnius Old Town.
Duration 1 hour.
 

Students party - everybody inivited on Friday, September 14 at 20:00




MUSEUMS

All conference participants are invited to attend these museums for free!
Please wear your name badge!
 

 

Lithuanian Theatre, Music and Cinema Museum

Vilniaus  41, Vilnius
Working hours: II - V : 12 a.m. – 6 p.m.VI : 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
 
The material stored in the Museum reflects life, creation, and spiritual experience of Lithuanian artists. The Museum accumulates, preserves and examines showpieces related to the history of Lithuanian theatre, music, and cinema, organize evenings in commemoration of artists of these spheres, and exhibitions of collections, conducts exhaustive topical excursions and educational programs, prepare educational publications and consult visitors.

 

Diamond Museum

Vokieciu 11, LT–01130 Vilnius
Working hours: I - VII : 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
 
The first Diamond Museum in Eastern Europe opened its doors in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. This is an unique world of gemstones in the heart of the city centre!
Visual aids and audio-guide in English, Russian, German, Polish or Lithuanian will lead its visitors through diamond's journey which started billions years ago and finished in a golden ring or other jewellery. The visitors will have unique possibility to look at ancient diamond manufacturing tools, some of which are used today as well.
Moreover, a huge collection of precious and semi-precious stones from all over the world is exhibited at the museum.

 

National Museum of Lithuania

Arsenalo 1, LT-01143 Vilnius
 
The National Museum of Lithuania is the largest depository of the Lithuanian historical heritage, where museum valuables reflecting the cultural history of the country are collected, preserved, studied and popularised on a systematic basis. At the same time it is the oldest museum of Lithuania, with its roots in the Vilnius Museum of Antiquities established in 1855 on the initiative of culture historian Count Eustache Tyszkiewicz.
The Museum and the main expositions of the National Museum of Lithuania are located in the historical centre of Vilnius, in the buildings within the territory of Vilnius Castles.

 

Vilnius Picture Gallery

Didžioji g. 4, LT-01128, Vilnius
Working hours: II - VI : 11 a.m. – 8 p.m., VII: 12 a.m. – 5 p.m.
 
Vilnius Picture Gallery is situated in the former Chodkevičiai Palace built in the early 17th century. The Palace has constantly been expanded and reconstructed. In the 19th century it became a characteristic building of the late classicism style. At present it is one of the most interesting ensembles of this style in Vilnius. Many elements of interior decoration (stoves, wall sculptures) characteristic of that period have been retained in the halls of the first floor with the recreated interior of the 19th century inside. As it was usual for Lithuanian mansions, collections of medals, portrait miniatures, views of the old Vilnius, portraits of well-known townsmen (collection of Vilnius Philanthropy Society) are exhibited in the halls of the gallery.