Event guide 2021/ Exhibitions

 

Exhibitions at the Museum of Valmiera Exhibition hall*

Until 30.01.   Exhibition of art works by Ieva Iltnere.
5.02.- 27.03. Exhibition of sculptural works by Gļebs Panteļejevs.
6.03.-30.04. Exposition “Pastaiga ar suni” (“Walk wih a dog”). Location: Hanseatic houses at the Valmiera town centre.
2.04.- 25.05. Exhibition “Kustība” (“Movement”) by Ilmārs Blumbergs.
28.05.-17.07. Exhibition of jewelry artists “Dienasgrāmata” (“Diary”).
23.07.- 4.09.  Exhibition “Skolotāju istaba” (“Teacher’s room”) dedicated to the 45th anniversay of the Valmiera Art School.
23.07.- 4.09.  Painting exhibition “Peoniju burviība” (“The Beauty of peonies”) by Ilze Ērgle Vanaga.
10.09.-16.10. Exhibition of group textile artists “Domu zīmes” (“Signs of thoughts”).
10.12.-29.01.2022. “Pēteris Martinsons. Pieskārieni” (“Pēteris Martinsons. Touches”). Exhibition of porcelain and mascara drawings from the collection of Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Center

Permanent exhibitions:

  • “Teic man, Gauja, Valmieras stāstu” (“Tell me, Gauja, the story of Valmiera”), “Senvēsture un Valmieras pilsēta viduslaikos” (“Ancient history and Valmiera in medieval times”). Location: Maršners hall at the Museum of Valmiera.
  •  Starting from 15.05. Permanent exposition “Atklātais krājums “Mājā un sētā”” (“Open collection “In the house and in the yard””).

Exhibitions at the Mazsalaca museum

January– may           Exhibition “Ne tik senā pagātne. Padomju laika sadzīves priekšmeti” (“Not so long ago. Household items from the Soviet-era”)

Permanent expositions:

  •  “Valtera Hirtes koka skulptūras” (“Wooden sculptures by Valters Hirte”)
  •  “Zvanu kolekcija” (“A collection of bells”)
  •  “Neiepazītā Ziemeļlatvija. Smilšakmeņi” (“The unknown parts of Northern Latvia. Sandstones”)
  •  “Medību trofejas” (“Hunting trophies”)
  • “Mazsalacas novada senie dzimtkoki” (“The ancient family trees of Mazsalaca county”)
  • “1300 suvenīru-rotaļu peles” (“1300 souvenir-toy mice”)
  •  “Svešums mūs nesalauza. 1949.deportācijas” (“The unknown didn’t break us. The deportations of 1949”)
  •  “Velo vēsture. Gustavs Ērenpreiss” (“Bicycle history. Gustavs Ērenpreiss”)

Permanent exhibitions at the Naukšēni Humanmuseum *

  •  “Kolhozs "Naukšēni” (“Kolkhoz “Naukšēni”)
  •  “Fotosiena “Es te biju. Naukšēnu Cilvēkmuzejs”” (“Photowall “I was here. Naukšēni Humanmuseum””)
  •  “Fotosiena "Naukšēnu doktorāts”” (“Photowall “Naukšēni doctorate””)
  •  “Naukšēnu un Ķoņu ievērojamie cilvēki” (“Notable people from Naukšēni and Koņi”)

*Changes in the exhibition schedule are possible