Contacts

Trakai History Museum
Kestučio Str. 4,
LT-21104, Trakai

Museum administration
+370 528 55297
Secretary
+370 528 53945
Trakai Island Castle ticket office, guided tours
+370 528 53946
Fax +370 5 285 5288
Exhibition of Liturgical Art
+370 528 55 297
S. Shapshal Karaim Ethnographic Museum
+370 528 55 286

info@trakaimuziejus.lt

Opening Hours

June
Trakai Island Castle Museum
Tuesday - Sunday
10:00 am - 7:00 pm

June
Exhibition of Liturgical Art

Wednesday - Sunday
closed

June
S. Shapshal Karaim Ethnographic Museum

Wednesday - Sunday
closed

June
Medininkai Castle Division
Wednesday - Sunday
closed

Exhibitions, events

International bookplate competition 2020

 

 

 

Medininkai Castle

Medininkai Castle Division

St. Casimir g. 2, LT-13192 Medininkai k., Vilniaus r.

Excursions, educations, information
tel. +370525 05 595,
aleksandras.krivoseinas

Head of Department -
Gintautas Terleckas
tel. +370696 60246
gintautas.terleckas

News

FISAE Open Ex-Libris Competition

2020. 01. 27

with Awards by the Keith Wingrove Memorial Trust

We invite artists from all countries to participate in this competition. It aims to promote the commissioning of contemporary exlibris and encourage use of all techniques for their production.

In addition to a first prize of £1,250 there are subsidiary open prizes plus additional awards for student artists resident in (1) the UK & Republic of Ireland and (2) Australia, New Zealand & Canada. This reflects our particular desire to encourage participation by young artists currently studying art.

The deadline for receiving entries has been extended from 31 March 2020 to 31 May 2020

This competition is being organised by The Bookplate Society on behalf of FISAE, with the prize pool generously sponsored by the Keith Wingrove Memorial Trust. In addition, Ms Christine Bell has kindly donated funds for an extra award.

Keith Everard Wingrove (1910-1995) was an Australian-born collector of art, books and exlibris. He was a member of The Bookplate Society and well known to the international exlibris fellowship of his time. Of note, Wingrove had personal pictorial bookplates designed by Mark Severin, Yoichi Kenmoku, Derek Riley, Norman Lindsay and Lionel Lindsay. The Keith Wingrove Memorial Trust was established to conduct the Australian Bookplate Design Award which is itself running a separate competition with high value prizes (entry deadline for that award is mid-October 2020).

 All information and entry form you can find http://www.bookplatesociety.org/2020competitionLondon.htm