The proposals of “Kaunas 2022” logo and visual identity contest will be evaluated by an international jury of experts:
“Kaunas 2022” is postponing the deadline of the international contest to create visual identity for the programme Kaunas – European Capital of Culture. In accordance with The Lithuanian Law on Public Procurement, these modifications were made to the rules of the contest:
Alan Brown (San Francisco, USA), the head of WolfBrown company and a world-class consultant of cultural organisations, has recently visited Lithuania and the team of Kaunas 2022. The well-known expert of the art industry gave a give a scientific talk at the Vytautas Magnus university and met many of the culture field specialists. During his stay, A. Brown also agreed to answer a few questions about his experience in the US and the contemporary trends in culture programming.Read more
Typically, cities awarded with the European Capital of Culture title allow a few months’ rest for the teams that worked on the winning application, however the Kaunas 2022 team is not planning to stop anytime soon.
Kaunas 2022 announces an international contest to create a logo and visual identity for the Kaunas – European Capital of Culture project. Creative agencies, individuals or groups of artists and professionals in graphic design or communication are welcome to take part.Read more
Kaunas 2022, together with the VMU Business Practice Centre, had the successful graduates of the first practical educational programme for pupils Kaunas Challenge. They worked intensively on the assigned city’s cultural, social, and business challenges and presented the results and suggestions to the organisations who formulated the challenges and consulted the programme participants as well as to the programme mentors.Read more
Kaunas is making the last steps towards the finish line of “European Capital of Culture 2022” competition and invites you to join the celebration of the finale. On this occasion, on 29th March, at 6 p.m., Kaunas residents and guests are invited to an exciting celebration programme which will take place in Kaunas Town Hall Square.
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We are more than happy to announce that Kaunas City and Kaunas District have submitted an application to European Commission to become the European Capital of Culture in 2022. The concept of the programme is CONTEMPORARY CAPITAL. Once Kaunas (1919– 1940) was a Temporary Capital of Lithuania and that period had a great impact on the city’s development, culture and identity. With a second chance to become a temporary capital (for culture and Europe this time) we strive to explore our city’s contemporaneity and establish culture as an engine, which drives the strategic aim of Kaunas city to become home for learning and happy people.Read more