Guided Tour: Survival Kit 11 – on Oct 1st

Dear ladies,

our lovely new member Linda invited us to a tour through “Survival Kit 11”, an annual exhibition of contemporary art organised by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art. Linda is an art mediator at the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art.

Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (LCCA) is the largest institution of contemporary art in Latvia that curates and produces contemporary art events of national and international scale. It is widely recognized  for its annual international contemporary art festival Survival Kit, regular exhibitions at the Latvian National Art Museum, as well as Latvian participation at the Venice Biennale, São Paulo Art Biennial, Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Rauma Biennale of Contemporary Art. LCCA holds the only archive of Latvian contemporary art


  • Thursday, October 1st
  • Start of the Tour: 12.00 noon
  • Place: Survival Kit 11
  • Adress: The address of the building is Terbatas street 75.
  • The ticket price is 3 EUR. 

Linda will be so nice and generous to take us on a tour before the official opening of the exhibition. She will explain to us the artwork and it will take about 2 hours. 


It is located in 75 Terbatas Street, a building whose history dates back to the 19th century. 

Like every year, an empty building in Riga has been chosen as the venue of the festival, in order to draw attention to the potential of its future development. This time, it is the former Museum of Literature and music, which is located on Terbatas street 75.

From a fish canning factory to a repository of spiritual values – read more:

About Survival Kit 11

The annual Contemporary Art Festival Survival Kit, which is organised by Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, will be held from September 4 to October 4, 2020, in Riga at the former building of the Museum of Literature and Music.

Established in 2009, International Contemporary Art Festival Survival Kit is one of the biggest contemporary art event in the Baltics, attracting more than 10 000 visitors every year. It arose in reaction to the economic crisis in Latvia with the aim of calling on society to respond to changes in the contemporary world and consider various survival strategies. Each year, a socially relevant and important theme is selected for the festival. Empty buildings in Riga are used as festival venues, bringing our attention to their potential future development.

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