The much anticipated exhibition "Latvian Exile Art" opens on May 9, 2013 in Rīga, Latvia at the Latvian National Museum of Art's (LNMM) Arsenāls Exhibition Hall (Torņa ielā 1).



Guna Mundheim, who served as both Vice-president and President of ALMA (2002 - 2009), has just completed a one-person exhibition in Philadelphia at the GrossMcCleaf Gallery in September 2011.

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Lilita Bergs

Though officially retired, I am busier than ever with volunteer projects related to my
30+ year career in the museum field. I am the current director of the Latvian Museum, operated under the auspices of the American Latvian Association in Rockville, Maryland.
The museum's focus is Latvian history and culture; its collections ethnographic and historic materials preserved by immigrants to the United States. I, too, am an immigrant;
I arrived in the US with my family when I was nine.

In addition, I serve as the volunteer curator for the Fabius Historical Society in the rural community where I currently live and occasionally consult with archaeological projects
in the region. I am also assisting the Latvians Abroad Museum and Research Center, a migration history museum project established in Latvia in 2008.

My membership in ALMA as a supporter stems from my interest in Latvian-American history and culture and the people who live it. I am not a professional artist but I do
class myself as an amateur photographer, with a special interest in close-up images
of animate and inanimate subjects found in nature.


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