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  • ⑨ Ella Jo Skinner
    Black on Black, 2022 video installation, latex, live performance video duration: 10min performance on the 29th of June at 18:15,19:15, 20:15, 21:15, 22:15 and 23:15 performers: Ella Jo Skinner and Lux Saber performance duration: 15-20min Artist Ella Jo Skinner’s latex “boxes” reimagine architecture as flesh, reflecting an inner physical experience onto an outer, concrete reality. Skinner traps performers within these “boxes” whose movements stretch and distort them, revealing the fragility and temporality of the mentalities, environments and identities in which we are trapped and trap ourselves. This installation is an extension of the audio-visual project “Black on Black” with British rapper Algernon Cornelius. “Black On Black is the evasion of reification. In the act of naming and identifying, one is always at risk of becoming a commodity. To understand that we are never in a solid state, forever in flux. And that being is conditioned on a set of relations at any given time. There is the fear that when a name is uttered The weight of history comes crushing down all at once with it And engulfs us, freezes us, packages us Black On Black is riding that fear In the space between knowing Always becoming and going At the speed of a black hole Declassified There are those that name but do not see And there are those who see me And know they do not have to say shit They just see The Black On Black” Film & sculpture: Ella Jo Skinner Audio: Algernon Cornelius
  • ⑧ Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė
    Mouthless Part III, 2023 Two-channel video, 29:00 each. Through a hole under the armpit the second soul leaves the body. It rolls through the landscape a transparent sphere of light. Interstitial bodies, souls and spirits occupy liminal, contaminated, edge-of-world zones: swamps, soils, spills. The simulated landscapes writhe and morph into each other, convulsing in a sticky and hallucinogenic way particular to GAN aesthetics, as if following Haraway’s or Barad’s ideas of entanglement – both the multispecies and quantum variety. Rather than manifesting in a particular depiction, settling into taxonomy - any singular simulated tree branch, rolling hill, or apocalyptic sky; this understanding bubbles up through the flight pattern of images and stories alike. It’s folded into the feeling of a constant state of flux, a weird, mutating ecology on the cusp of classification. Frequently one becomes the other; it is difficult to tell where the monster ends and the human begins.. The narrative unfolds across two channels as a conversation between two characters - an archetypal Eastern European peasant and a landscape demon; dispersed in time and in the simulated settings of the countryside - morphing into something else, someone else, somewhere else. These characters are complicated and contradictory; their ethics opaque, identities nebulous. Their bodies prove to be porous and a soul can not only leave but also enter another human, plant or animal, settle in their hair, ear, intestine or blossom. This possibility of relating to the surrounding world as described by Slavic and Baltic fables, is like the threat and promise of ongoing mutation of always becoming the other. Countryside inhabited more by the machines (data centres, distribution warehouses) rather than humans, is currently the site of the ‘new sublime’. A data centre hosts synthetic landscapes our culture has produced; algorithms dream up the simulacrum of the simulacrum of the countryside in the countryside haunted by its own preconceptions. The video treads a similar tense in between ground - amid nature and its artifice; between technology and magic. A non-linear, complicated story emerges in a collective creative process mediated through belief systems created by communities temporally dispersed. Credits Directed by: Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė Performance: Oskar Pawełko Cinematography: Raphael Wanner with Jonas Stirnimann Costume: Tara Mabiala HMU: Jasmin Berger Sound: Haraldur Thrastarson; Gorged by OXHY; sounds of the sun, NASA GAN animation sequences were created in collaboration with with Laurène Donati (Imaging Center), Edward Andò and Florian Aymanns (Image Analysis Hub) and the team, EPFL, Lausanne, CH -lalia sequence was created in collaboration with Emanuele Guidi, ar/ge kunst, Bolzano, IT Performance: Giulia Terminio Music: Bill Kouligas Sound design: Haraldur Thrastarson Voice: Justyna Chaberek Mouthless Part III contains number of references to texts such as The Books of Jacob by Olga Tokarczuk, The Wedding by Stanislaw Wyspianski, Gravity and Grace by Simone Weil, With Stake and Spade: Vampiric Diversity in Poland by Łukasz Kozak, The Second Body by Daisy Hildyard, The Peasant Nightmare: Visions of Apocalypse in the Soviet Countryside by Lynne Viola, Dark Ecology by Timothy Morton, Rotten Sun by Georges Bataille, and words generated by GPT-3. Thank you to Giulia Bini, EPFL, CH and Hangar, Barcelona, ES. Commissioned and produced in the framework of EPFL CDH Artist in Residence Program 2022, Enter the Hyper-Scientific, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL). The production of MouthlessPart III was also generously supported by Fachausschuss Film und Medienkunst Basel-Stadt.
  • ③ Deividas Vytautas
    Filled up, torn open, 2023 HD video with CGI and GAN animations duration 8 min, 56 sec safe, 2023 mild steel, leather jacket, biker helmet, acrylic hard before you go, 2023 UV print on canvas, acrylic The expanded moving-image project ‘filled up torn open’ reflects on the fragmented present engaging with themes of desire and intimacy within environments of tension. Performers: Amanda Lydert, Rieko Whitfield, Gloria Regotz, Deividas Vytautas, João Felgueira, Siniša Composer: Jared Bennett Cinematography: Simona Pranulytė Focus puller: Connor Adam 3D & GAN animations: Deividas Vytautas, Jade Tang, Finn Rabbitt Dove SFX Make up: Megumi Ohata Colour grade: Ollie Thompson (ETC) **Project supported by the Lithuanian Council for Culture.
  • ⑪ Aliaskar Abarkas
    The Community Whistling Choir - Audra festival - Žilinskas gallery - 29/06/2023 Interactive sonic performance Duration: erratic (15 min) 18:00–18:25 – Aliaskar Abarkas X Komoda “LT.K-U.001.23” “Harmony It's not about what is lasting or permanent it is about individual voices coming together for a moment and that moment lasts, the length of a breath." -Frank
  • ① Keiken
    Wisdoms for Love 3.0 (Trimester 2), 2021 Game (colour, sound), interactive fibre glass sculpture with led lights, water fountains, ipad controller, server, video assets Wisdoms for Love 3.0 is a decision making game + nft project inside an installation with an interactive sculpture. The game explores the bubbled-up feelings, collective consciousness and fervent beliefs of the contemporary moment, where the desire for change and a more equal, decentralised future is collectively being challenged. The game is rooted in decision-making where you must decide your fate, do you take the path of the Divine Mother, become a Human God or stay on your Moral High Horse? Players must work their way through a labyrinth of metaphorical decisions. The decision making points are punctuated by cut-scenes filled with symbolic imagery and sounds, an instant reveal of the path the player finds themselves on. As the player progresses through the game they collect ‘wisdom tokens’, digital artworks of the objects inside the game. Wisdoms for Love 3.0 features live chat and multiplayer game functions enabling players to view a map which details the different potential pathways and details the locations of other online players. It also features an unlockable bonus level. ‘Wisdom Tokens’ are free artworks that can be downloaded at the end of a players gameplay session. Players will receive a zip file with their assigned username that contains their collected ‘wisdom tokens’, an animatic and still poster of all available wisdom tokens and a moral contract. The moral contract binds the user in a moral exchange with the artists rather than a financial one. ‘Wisdom tokens’ are also available as NFTs. Wisdoms for Love 3.0 explores and maps out different feelings and beliefs in the contemporary consciousness. It considers ‘wisdom’ as a tool for growth and change and proposes it as a form of currency to transact with that could be applied to the blockchain and integrated into future Web 3.0 technologies, creating alternative definitions of wealth for the ‘life’ game. It also explores new ways to gamify art amongst the rise of blockchain technology. Made in collaboration with Obso1337, Ryan Vautier, Sakeema Crook, waveovspace, Rob Malone, Malik Paris, Suzannah Pettigrew and Wade Wallerstein
    Sentient Sigil, Transfiguration I, 2023 AI generated video, Loop, 4K ⊹ Sentient Sigils ⁂ is an introductory exercise and activation to Osmotic AI, that initiates processes of re-imagination and mental re-alignment through collective introspective experiences, that are informed by the practice and science of lucid dreaming, subconscious imprinting and hypnosis. ⊹ Following a technique of sigilisation by Austin Osman Spare, each invocation is made to form a lucid prompt for our bespoke TEXT-TO-SIGIL AI model pre-trained on a myriad of Crosslucid symbols sculpted in VR in response to the outcomes from our early AI trainings on ancient symbology. ⊹ Each Sigil is embedded in the rhizomatic network of The Sentient Shimmer, a potent collective vibration of healing narratives and antifragility spread into the world *ೃ༄·˚ Credits: Poetry: Penny Oxi Pëng Sound: Sayaka Botanic Narration: Electric Lake
  • ⑫ Darren Emerson | "In Pursuit of Repetitive Beats" VR
    A virtual reality experience set in the West Midlands in 1989, this creative non-fiction experience takes the audience on a journey as they search for an illegal Acid House warehouse party somewhere in Coventry, UK. To find the party and dance, the audience must interact with objects and travel through different spaces to recreate moments that bring back memories from that time. In summary, this is a multi-sensory VR installation that uses set design, ambisonic sound, projections, room-scale tracking, animation, 360 video and archives from raves.
  • ⑦ Studio Misti
    Angeion, 2023 Video - looped, Installation - Acrylic, Steel - found object, Fabric, Silk Ribbon, Clay. For Audra, Misti have created an installation titled ‘angeion’ , bringing through dripping forms from Queer ecologies, seeping more-than-human-love and fluid theories to transform and blur the sharp edges of the steel factory Pergalė. The form of the entities present in the projections and sculptures are based on mixtures of floral morphology, using a database to research flowering plants common in the Baltic such as Viola Odorata (Kvapioji našlaitė). Whilst the expressions and interactions therein echo mating rituals of Limax Maximus (Didysis šlužas) and Sea Slugs (Jūros šlužas in specific genus; Gastropteridae). Whilst mapping the installation for the factory Misti were thinking-with care, wishing to enhance the space with elements of softness; as a haven for all the melting beings undergoing different degrees of transformation. From cascading fabric flowing through the hard steel structures, ribbons entwining with chains and beds where the visitors could rest and observe the flowing forms encircling them. Where the Installation for the Lizdas gallery holds the same interests as above but is presented as gleaming particles/ archives of the factory experience, connecting both of the spaces together through a portal.
  • ⑤ Morta Jonynaitė
    Square Root, 2022 Belgian lace technique, sewing, metal construction (cotton, construction screen, tulle) A jealousy provoked by sound, word, image, which embraces the body and imprisons it in an unpleasant state. The Belgian lace technique weaves the elements of this coat into an inlay of unattainable aristocracy and grandeur. The only way to get out of the shell of envy is to admit to yourself that you are trapped in it. Story B, 2022 Network of strung beads (glass) The net as an ephemeral character, dividing space into pixels and fragmenting experiences, creating a different perception of reality. The Rooms of Life and Death, 2021 Hand knotted nets, crochet (cotton, mohair) Germinating, creating, disrupting, hacking, killing mushrooms use invisible nets to form spaces that both support existence and destroy other life forms.
  • ⑩ Églantine Laprie-Sentenac
    What I see through (2023) gallery’s vitrines, humidifiers What I see through is an in-site installation presented at the Žilinskas gallery during the Audra Festival. Two original museum showcases are filled with condensation creating an opaque film on the glass. Responding to the nightlife context of the festival and to this transitional exhibition venue, What I see through is reflecting on the sweat expelled by living bodies, inner activities and the temporary emptiness of the space. The analogy with the eye, the optical device and the window display is pointing out the surface through which you see, you contemplate, you desire. @ Églantine Laprie-Sentenac 2023
  • ⑥ Will Krauland
    Incom, 2022-2023 Laser print on transparent sticker mounted to window My HP Envy 3500 is a consumer grade printer and scanner. I didn’t pay for it, it was given to me by an ex, and for all intents and purposes it works very well. It can operate over wifi or with a USB cord, print and scan up to an A4 sized piece of paper, and for some reason it has not broken down over ten years of use. The printing function is useful, but I am much more interested in the scanner. It scans linearly from right to left, the user can choose between color or black and white, the size, and its resolution, which also determines the speed of the scanner. Its sensor’s depth of field is pretty shallow and will blur things that are ever a couple centimeters away from the glass. It works so well with solid materials, so I wanted to see how it would handle something less ordered. Recently, I detached the scanning hood from the printer, allowing me to maneuver the scanner in previously impossible ways, so I inverted the scanner over a black plastic tray filled with water. As I pressed “scan” on my computer with my left hand, I used my right hand to agitate the water, creating a series of waves. The scanner moves (from right to left) over the waves (moving in every direction), and the light reflects off of the peaks of the waves, creating a fractured image of the chaotic motion of the water.
  • ⑬ Tomoko Sauvage
    Fischgeist was recorded in a former water tank in Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg in August 2019. The nineteenth-century brick building consists of five layered circles, with a spiral staircase in the middle leading up to an exit to a hilltop. Inside, it's humid and cold, the temperature always around 8–10 ℃. The building’s acoustics produce a long reverberation that lasts up to 20 seconds. In conversation with the space of the water tank, Tomoko Sauvage searches beyond the limits of her self-invented ‘natural synthesizers’: porcelain and glass bowls, filled with water and amplified with hydrophones. Composed, performed and mixed by Tomoko Sauvage Recorded and produced by bohemian drips prior to Speicher festival, Berlin, August 2019 | Binaural recording with a KU 100 dummy head microphone Mastered by Andreas Kauffelt in Berlin
  • ② Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė and Mamiko Motto
    A Path Strewn with Roses, 2023 Original “Volkswagen” car part, cotton, cross-stitch, drilling, sound For this installation artists are collaborating to create an immersive sound and visual experience. The sculptural piece from the installation "A Path Strewn with Roses" by Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė is created from original damaged car parts taken from fatal accidents in 2008-2009. At that time Lithuania had among the worst road fatality rates in the European Union. Flower patterns embroidered on the car parts is a reference to the plastic flowers which are put at places of fatal accidents. While Mamiko Motto, researching humanity, technology and sexuality contributed a sound piece, which combines her vast knowledge of cinematic scores, jazz fusion, hip hop, disco, house and techno, blending them together with a craftsmanship in order to create a cinematic experience and a deeper connection with the audience while experiencing this installation.
  • THURSDAY – SUNDAY 06.29 – 07.02 Inside the M. Žilinskas Art Gallery, Nepriklausomybės square 12
    KEIKEN – video game and spatial installation CROSSLUCID – video work Mamiko Motto ir Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė – sculpture and sound installation Devidas Vytautas – video work and installation Morta Jonynaitė – contemporary textile installation William Krauland – spatial intervention Studio Misti – digital installation Dorota Gawęda ir Eglė Kulbokaitė – video work Ella Jo Skinner – sculptural installation Eglantine Laprie-Sentenac – site-specific installation Aliaskar Abarkas – performative intervention Fanni Fazakas – „Missing 10 Hours“ VR
  • SUNDAY EVENING 07 – 02 (Lizdas Club, Nepriklausomybės sqr. 12) PAID EVENT
    Lizdas stage 23:00-00:30 Elboe 00:30-02:00 Mamiko Motto 02:00-04:00 Guy Contact 04:00-06:00 Onis 06:00-08:00 Lizdas Sound Institute
  • FRIDAY 06-30 („Pergalės“ Steelwork, Kaunakiemio str. 5) PAID EVENT
    Stage one 22:00-23:30 Mario Moretti 23:30-01:00 Emilija 01:00-02:00 Karkasas Live 02:00-04:00 Héctor Oaks 04:00-06:00 Anetha 06:00-08:00 ​Under Black Helmet B2B Interiors Stage two 22:00-00:30 Richard Akingbehin B2B Less Feeling 00:30-01:30 Lover Live 01:30-03:30 I. Jordan 03:30-05:30 Skin On Skin 05:30-07:00 Užimtumo Tarn¥ba Stage three 22:00-00:00 SHN 00:00-01:00 S13 01:00-02:00 Loraine James Live 02:00-03:00 Santaka Live 03:00-05:00 Nosedrip 05:00-07:00 Justautas B2B Kaubrys (Dykuma)
  • SATURDAY EVENING 07 - 01 ("Pergalės" Steelwork, Kaunakiemio str. 5) PAID EVENT
    Stage one 22:00-00:00 Maria Paskevic B2B Meri Hov 00:00-01:30 Mantas T 01:30-02:30 3Ddancer Live 02:30-04:30 Nastia 04:30-06:30 Alex Krell B2B OBCDN 06:30-08:00 Phase Line B2B IP:VIII Stage two 22:00-00:00 Spectrum Gemini 00:00-01:30 VHS Library 01:30-03:30 Avalon Emerson 03:30-05:30 Ben UFO 05:30-08:00 Pakas B2B Manfredas Stage three 22:00-00:00 Patricia Kokett B2B Hìldå 00:00-01:00 Vladas Dieninis Live 01:00-02:00 Scalping Live 02:00-03:00 Kode9 – Escapology Live 03:00-05:00 NVST 05:00-07:00 VVVitalijus B2B Indré
  • SATURDAY 07 - 01 (Oak Park, Vydūno al. 4) FREE EVENT
    LRT OPUS Live Stage 17:00-18:00 Afrodelic Live 18:15-19:15 Superkoloritas Live 19:30-20:30 Kedrostubùras Live 20:45-22:00 YĪN YĪN Live Tarp Dviejų Aušrų Stage ​ 14:00-18:00 Tarp Dviejų Aušrų 18:00-20:00 Simas Slabačiauskas 20:00-22:00 Dj Qu
  • THURSDAY 06 - 29 (M. Žilinskas Art Gallery terrace, Nepriklausomybės sqr. 12) FREE EVENT
    REFUGE WORLDWIDE broadcast 18:00-19:30 Aiste Regina 19:30-21:00 Richard Akingbehin 21:00-22:30 Gramrcy 22:30-00:00 Roe Deers
  • THURSDAY 06 - 29
    22:30 - 01:00 Audio Sessions Under the Stars (Nepriklausomybės square)
  • FRIDAY 06 - 30
    12:00 - 22:00 Installation "Water Narratives" (Kaunas Artists’ House) 12:00 - 22:00 Installation "TrES-2b Port Antenna" (Kaunas Artists' House) 12:00 - 22:00 Exhibition "Ukrainian Queer TV: An Open Archive" (Kaunas Artists' House) 13:00 - 15:00 Damn nice afternoon: photography workshop "O-A-Z-E I" (Devil Museum Courtyard) 15:00 - 16:00 Damn nice afternoonn: jazz concert by G. Burovaitė and K. Tamulionis (Devil Museum Courtyard) 16:00 - 16:30 Audiovisual performance NEfonas: ModerNE nr.1 (Kaunas Artists' House) 16:00 - 18:00 Damn nice afternoon: photography workshop "O-A-Z-E II" (Devil Museum courtyard) 18:00 - 18:30 Audiovisual performance NEfonas: ModerNE No.2 (Kaunas Artists' House) 18:00 - 20:00 Komoda fashion show " The Terrace" (Kaunas State Musical Theatre garden) 19:00 - 21:00 Performance "Uproar" (Kaunas Artists' House) 19:00 - 21:30 Guided tour "History of Kaunas clubs plus" (Starting point: Kaunas City Hall) 21:00 - 00:00 PDF 2023: MAMIS (Bar "O kodėl ne?") 21:00 - 21:30 Audiovisual performance NEfonas: ModerNE nr. 3 (Kaunas Artists' House) 22:00 - 00:30 Guided tour "History of Kaunas clubs plus" (Starting point: Kaunas City Hall) 22:30 - 01:00 Audio Sessions Under the Stars (Nepriklausomybės square) 23:59 - 03:00 Neon Brushstrokes: When the city becomes the canvas (Kaunas Picture Gallery Pavilion)
  • Can I bring an animal to the event?
    For Thursday's Refuge Worldwide event on the terrace of the M. Žilinskas Art Gallery and Saturday's daytime event in Oak Park - yes. The safety of pets and the surrounding area is the responsibility of the owners.
  • Is there face-control at the door of the festival's paid event?
    On Friday and Saturday evening at the Pergalės Steelworks (Kaunakiemio str. 5) – yes.
  • What is the minimum age of the festival visitor?
    There is no age limit for free events, exhibitions and activities. On Friday and Saturday evenings at the Pergale Steelworks (Kaunakiemio str. 5) - from 18 years old.
  • Is it possible to leave the festival event and enter again?
    Free ones are available, while paid ones would require another payment. Wristbands are also required for paid events throughout the festival.
  • Where will AUDRA take place?
    In the premises and spaces located in the center of Kaunas. Music part: on the terrace of M. Žilinskas Art Gallery (Nepriklausomybės sqr. 12), at the Pergalės Steel Recycling Plant (Kaunakiemio str. 5), in Ąžuolyno Park (Vydūno alley 4). Art part: inside the M. Žilinskas Art Gallery (Nepriklausomybės sqr. 12), at the Pergalės Steelworks (Kaunakiemio str. 5) Activities part: Bar "Why not?" (A. Juozapavičiaus pr. 122A), M. Žilinskas Art Gallery (Nepriklausomybės sqr. 12), the courtyard of the Devil Museum (V. Putvinskio str. 64), the pavilion of the Kaunas Picture Gallery (K. Donelaičio str. 16), the garden of the Kaunas State Musical Theatre, the Independence Square, and the rest of the activity sites. Find the festival map and list of venues here
  • Will there be security and locker rooms at the festival events?
    There will be cloakrooms at paid events. At free events – no. Security will be everywhere.
  • Will there be a bar/food?
    In musical part events – yes.
  • Where can I buy tickets?
    Tickets will be available online until 06.30 18:00 - or at the door of the Pergalės Steelworks (Kaunakiemio str. 5).
  • Can I bring my camera to the festival?
    If you would like to join our media team (filming or photography), please contact us at and send us your portfolio. Photography and filming are not allowed during the night parts of the music programme.
  • Is it possible to pay by card?
    Yes. Both at the door of paid events and bars or food outlets.
  • What if I lost things? Or find someone's stuff?
    If you have lost your belongings, please go to the bar, which will be marked LOST AND FOUND. Items that are not picked up will go to the festival info centre the next day, which is located inside the Mykolas Žilinskas Art Gallery (Nepriklausomybės sqr. 12).
  • What is paid at the festival and what is free?
    FREE EVENTS: 29 June (Thursday, from 18:00) at M. Žilinskas Gallery (Nepriklausomybės sqr. 12) Refuge Worldwide radio broadcast with Aiste Regina, Roe Deers, Gramrcy, Richard Akingbehin; ( Day on 1 July (Saturday, from 14:00) in Ąžuolyno Park (Vydūno alley 4) with DJ’s – DJ Qu, Simas Slabačiauskas, Tarp Dviejų Aušrų and bands – Afrodelic, Superkoloritas, Kedrostubùras, YĪN YĪN ( FREE INSTALLATIONS / PERFORMERS / EXHIBITIONS: Audiodocumentary night auditions in Independence Square (29-30 June, 10:30 pm to 1 am -; VR experience: "Missing 10 Hours" will take place at the nightclub Lizdas (Nepriklausomybės sqr. 12) Pre-registration is required (link to fb event or storm website). VR will be shown in the following times (duration – 20min.): 29 June from 17.00 to 00.00, 30 June from 14.00 to 00.00, 1 July from 14.00 to 00.00; From 29 June to 2 July, the M. Žilinskas Gallery will open its doors for a limited period of time, becoming the main space for the Festival's artistic activities and transforming into a spontaneous pop-up gallery (Thursday from 18:00 to 00:00, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 14:00 to 00:00 - List of artists: KEIKEN - video game and spatial installation more info: CROSSLUCID - video work more info: Mamiko Motto and Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė - sculpture and sound installation Devidas Vytautas - video work and installation more info: Morta Jonynaitė - contemporary textile installation more info: William Krauland - spatial intervention more info: Studio Misti - digital installation / digital installation more info: Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė - video work / video work more info: Ella Jo Skinner - sculptural installation / sculptural installation more info: Eglantine Laprie-Sentenac - site-specific installation more info: Aliaskar Abarkas - performative intervention more info: FREE ACTIVITIES: All festival activities organised by Kaunas Youth "Emerging Kaunas" are free of charge. PAID EVENTS: 30 June and 1 July from 22:00 "Nights at the Pergalės Steelworks (Kaunakiemio str. 5). See the link for a list of artists and their performance times (
  • What are the general rules of the festival?
    NO MEANS NO. Our festival is a free zone from any form of harassment. This means that we do not tolerate any kind of undesirable actions against other person’s free space, free will, and free speech. If you experience any unwanted attention or feel insecure – please inform our staff. LOVE IS LOVE. AUDRA is LGBTQ+ friendly and transgender safe space. Diversion, inclusion, and acceptance were always the foundation values for the dance music community and we stay firmly committed to that. Our guests are all welcome to express their orientation and preferred gender freely and safely. EQUALITY IN DIVERSITY. We dance together regardless of our race, ethnicity, gender, orientation, religion, or disability. AUDRA is an open space for people from all around the world regardless of their background or nationality. Let’s stick and party together. LOVE THE NEIGHBOUR. Sometimes fun gets out of hand and can become rude. We understand that but do not tolerate it. Please remain aware of the people surrounding you who might be experiencing their long-awaited party of the year. Kaunas is the European Capital of Culture after all. STAFF IS HELP. People who work here are trained to react to various situations that can come up during the night. They are experienced, sober, and ready to help. Approach them anytime you need some assistance – and don’t forget to say thank you.
  • Where is the festival info center?
    The festival info center is located in M. Žilinskas Art Gallery (Nepriklausomybės square 12).
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