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We are among the 17 Lithuanian cultural organisations funded by the Lithuanian Council for Culture in 2022–2024.



We run a programme for schools titled the Art of Curiosity: Learning in the Community, which is part of the Active Citizens Fund financed by the EEA Financial Mechanism.




EDU Vilnius is helping us implement the Art of Curiosity: Learning in the Community programme in Vilnius schools.







With support from the Cultural Education System Modernisation Project by the Martynas Mažvydas Lithuanian National Library, we have conducted the programme the Art of Curiosity: Learning in the Community in 12 schools throughout all regions of Lithuania during the 2021–2022 school year.


We have a long-standing partnership with the British Council in Lithuania. The British Council provided the impetus and targeted support for the Building Connections programme for children and youth day-care centres in 2016–2022 and the Discovered Stories programme for libraries in 2022. We are currently working with the British Council on the Dialogue Communities programme.



We draw on the experience of Nible Fish, our peers from the UK, to develop creativity. They have a long history of successful partnerships with schools and cultural organisations based on creativity and a variety of art forms.



We have been a perennial partner of the cultural change programmes in Kaunas region during the Kaunas – European Capital of Culture 2022.


We collaborate with the artist association Žuvies Akis in carrying out programmes in the city and district of Klaipėda.



Knowledge Economy Forum are our peers and we collaborate with them in developing and implementing education programmes.




We work on projects supporting civil activists with the Swedish International Liberal Centre, which supports democratic processes and human rights in Eastern Europe, South America and North Africa.