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On 17 Janurary 2017, Dr. Gunnar B. Kvaran, director of Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art in Oslo shared his perspectives on the museum’s collection and exhibitions at ShanghART in Shanghai. Read more

As the end of this year approaching, the 2016 Beyond Frozen Point film festival (2nd edition) finally comes to Nanjing for a special screening of short films from the High North. Read more

A dialogue with Norwegian Painter Lars Elling. Read more


The Norwegian oil painting artist Lars Elling visited Shanghai during 21 – 27 November. Read more

On 22 October, the Chinese-Nordic Cultural Centre at the Nanjing University organized Ibsen, Nordic Drama and Cross-cultural workshop. Read more

Lina Liang Jordan (梁丽娜), Norwegian – Chinese artist based in Bergen in Norway, opens her solo exhibition on the 16th October in Huaren Contemporary Art Museum, Chongqing, China. The exhibition will last till 27th November. Read more

FAN is the result of a collaboration between artists Barbro Raen Thomassen (Norway) and Marianne Rønnow (Denmark). The exhibition features works using paper and is inspired by China’s tradition and culture. Read more

The Ibsen Festival, hosted by the National Theatre of Norway, takes place every two years in the capital city of Norway to celebrate Norway’s greatest playwright. This year’s festival opens on the 8 September and ends on the 24. Read more

Oslo Architecture Triennale (OAT), the Nordic region’s biggest architecture festival, will be held from 8 September to 27 November in Oslo. Read more

From left: Magne Furuholmen, Anne Kristine Dolven, Deputy Governor of Svalbard Berit Sagfossen, Katya García-Antón Jerme, Minister of Culture Linda Hofstad Helleland, Jérémie Michael McGowan, Kristin Furu Grøtting and Thora Hultgren. 
Photo: Herman Dreyer.

The Norwegian Government is partnering with private sector to establish a new foundation with a mandate to develop an art residency and atelier on Svalbard. Read more

This exhibition is designed to show how aesthetic preoccupations cross political and cultural boundaries, uniting 20th and 21st century artists. Read more

The Skogul Gondul video program will soon be presented at the Papay Gyro Nights Art Festival (April 8-May 8) in Hong Kong. Read more

OCA in Norway is currently accepting applications for the 2016 first third application review for International Support. Read more

The Norwegian artist List Kolstad Yuen exhibits one of her large installations as a part of the international exhibition called Babel Me curated by WhyWhyArt. Read more


A salon named The Arctic through the eyes of Photographer – Human vs nature was held at Hao Space in Beijing prior to the exhibition opening of Paradise Lost at Three Shadows by renowned Norwegian artistic photographer Christian Houge. Read more

Photo: Lise Yuen: BUOYANCY, installation: nylon, blower machine 2015.

Norwegian artist Lise Yuen to exhibit at the Assembly Line Project 2 in November Read more

Consular representatives from Shanghai was invited to take part in Hangzhou International Day on the 29th of October. Participants were able to visit the Academy of Art, and to see performances and works made by the students. Chinese Tea Culture was also an important part of the program, including a visit to the newly opened China National Tea Museum. The Consulate General finds that there is n... Read more

Sigurd Bronger’s exhibition ”In between” uses different materials like egg, stones, spikes and shell to create functional jewellery art and objects. Read more

Photo: Lens.

A salon named “Munch, The Scream - The culture icon of Norway” was held recently in Hao Space in Beijing to present the art of Munch and some of the new exhibition projects organized by the Munch Museum in Oslo. Read more