Art Pit GuestArt Pit Guest profile is dedicated for all our new writers, artists and people. Each of them gets his personal profile after he successfully has submitted 3 articles or projects to us. If we accept it, one gains individual profile with bio, picture and badges. However, we promote even new people who just joined our community, adding them to this c... Read further >
‘Picture Tells…’ is an experimental web app which in near future will help you discover new exciting things through art. At this point we have some interesting stories to tell about each image you choose and some insights for you to share with your friends. [...]
Art Pit is collaborative and open community, always looking for new possibilities and individuals to join our team. If you are interested in writing, you can contact us, noting what topics interest you. After selection, if you get in our team, you will get your [...]
Art Pit just recently introduced to our readers a new shop, where you can find limited edition prints and creative stuff, designed and made by our artists and writers. Our community is very interdisciplinary and we do like interesting, good looking, eco friendly and qualitative things, [...]
In the summer, of 2010 Art Pit organized international festival ‘Oshia’ of informal education and contemporary culture. Festival took three days and involved various activities such as exhibitions, workshops, lectures, discussions, film screenings, concerts, etc. We were very happy to gather fascinating personalities, who shared [...]
Art Pit is curious and passionate about new art forms and experimental art. Performance art festival ‘Silence, Please’ was organized in case to introduce contemporary live art scene in Lithuania and Estonia and rise discussions about its development. The festival was organized in two cities [...]
Art Pit team highly believes that creative city development and improvement of social spaces within the city are very important. One of our aim is to work with abandoned places and areas and use various resources to make this spaces lively active and fascinating again. [...]
We make every effort to attribute images that are published on Art Pit to the correct source or photographer, but sometimes we are unable to determine this prior to a post going live and we may run a photo without a credit.
If you see your work on the site and you would like us to add the appropriate credit to it, please contact us with the details and we will happily add it in.