Closed on June 22 and 24, July 6, August 5-16. Summer hours


Educational Media Center


Lojoteka hosts meetings with writers, exhibitions,
film screenings, discussions and other events.


Exhibition space

Visit an exhibition in the basement.


You may find and read publications right here
or register and take a book with you.
Please inquire at Info desk.

Tapti skaitytoju

Space for work

Use our specified spaces for learning, discussions and creative work.



Film screenings on a bright screen
with high quality sound.

Learn more

Recording Studio

Use the equipment to create, record and edit music.

Learn more

Video/Photo Studio

Bring your stories and creations to life using modern media tools.

Learn more

Lie down to rest on the net
on the 2nd floor!

Read the walls
to find your way around.

And find the answers to frequently asked questions



Educational media center is a project founded mutually by Vilnius Jesuit High School (VJG) and Lithuanian Jesuit Province. Its main goals are to provide high quality cultural facilities for the society and to make media literacy, science, religion and overall educational processes both interactive and ceaseless. Lojoteka is considered to be a modern media center that satisfies the combined informational needs of contemporary society and appeals to various individuals of different professions, education, ages, etc.

With major support from our community we are creating a modern, aesthetic and functional environment that welcomes and encourages everyone to be creative, to think critically, to gain visual and audio cognition, as well as to discover novel ideas.

The name "Lojoteka" is made up of the surname of Ignatius Loyola, the founder of the Jesuit Order, and the Greek word thēkē, meaning "repository" (cf. bibliotheke, meaning library). This word reflects one of the most important functions of the Centre, which is to house and open to the public the collection of books gathered by the Lithuanian Jesuits.

Lojoteka News

Video Tour of Lojoteka (ENG subs available)

EU Funding
The Project of Lojoteka