OPENING THE FUTURE, CREATING THE EXPERIENCE
Grow Air is an urban culture cultivation campaign initiated by landscape designer Renata Mikailionyte and Sodo Botanika, supported by Vilnius City Municipality: bringing vitality and flowers to Stanislovas Moniuška Square.
Be a part of Grow Air and at the same time rediscover the city space – all the collected funds will be used for the renovation of S. Moniuška Square.
We’re planning to:
– upgrade the swing for kids;
– tidying up existing and planting new bushes;
– form a new magnolia grove for a cultural time in a green and fragrant city.
Low Air Vilnius City Dance Theater dancers and Renata Mikailionytė will invite you to the performative square opening!
HOW CAN I HELP GROW?
Become our patron on Patreon website and choose as much as you can and want to dedicate to each month. Funds raised in August and September will be used to create new experiences in S. Moniuška Square, and later – to open the future in other urban spaces. Depending on chosen membership level, Vilnius City Dance Theater Low Air gives free tickets to its performances at the Arts Printing House.
Let’s become the artists of the new urban space and watch your funds help carefully select the green and flowering seedlings of urban renewal.
We are LOW AIR – an independent dance theater of Vilnius city
In 2012 dancers and choreographers – Airida Gudaitė and Laurynas Žakevičius – founded the first Urban Dance Theater Low Air in Lithuania. By choosing themes for productions and educating young dancers on stage, experimenting and combining elements of urban and contemporary dance, performance and physical theater, we aim to place them in social contexts, and innovatively create new syntheses of creative activity in communities.
Low Air’s mission is to increase awareness of the impact of culture on the community and Lithuanian dance culture through the creation of cultural communities, dance performances, learning opportunities and various social programs available to everyone, thus contributing to the creators’ creative ideas in the urban environment.