Digital tours and workshops

Kunstnernes Hus, its cinema and the restaurant are temporarily closed to the public until further notice. This is a preventive measure to comply with the guidance and recommendations to the outbreak of the corona virus (covid-19) from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. We are closely monitoring the situation and will keep our audience informed. Follow us on social media – Facebook and Instagram – to get the latest updates, and subscribe to our newsletter here. Should you have any questions feel free to contact us:

Even though we are currently closed, we strive for giving a glimpse of cultural content to our audience. On this page we've gathered digital bites of Kunstnernes Hus' experience.

Scroll down to get an insight into digital tours of the current exhibition, workshops for the entire family, a glimpse into our history and videos from our archive.

Deller convo

Digital tour

You can experience Mari Slaattelid's current exhibition Stempel online! Take a virtual look in her practice.

Click here to access the digital tour.

Artist talks

Over the years, Kunstnernes Hus has welcomed numerous Norwegian and international artists to talks, conversations and seminars. Among others artists such as Jeremy Deller, Arthur Jafa, Morten Andenæs, Siri Hustvedt, Finn Skårderud og Ed Atkins. We have now made our videos available to the public.

Click here to access all the videos.

Deller convo

Arthur Jafa in focus

The American artist Arthur Jafa came to Kunstnernes Hus in March 2019 and held a brilliant talk about his practice in our cinema.

Click here to access the talk.

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Our history

On the occasion of Kunstnernes Hus' 90th anniversary, NRK has had a dip into our archive and tells fascinating, shocking and beautiful stories about Kunstnernes Hus' past.

Discover the history and read the article here.

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Help us write our history

Do you like writing? Do you have an experience from Kunstnernes Hus that you'd like to share? Let us hear about it!

Click here to read more.