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Plot/Oslo: Artist meetings and studio visits

For everyone between 18-25
Wednesday 24.04.24
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Plot/Oslo invites you between the ages of 18 and 25 to a slightly different exhibition and exclusive studio visits at Kunstnernes Hus.

About the event

Plot invites you to a guided tour where the students will lead you through the exhibition. The students will also talk about their studies at the Academy of Fine Arts (Oslo National Academy of the Arts) and will be open to questions from the audience.

After the tour we will visit the studios of Sara Guldmyr and Neaun Kang, both were graduating students last year. Here you will get two exclusive artist meetings and an insight into the artists' everyday working life and hear about what the first year as a newly graduated artist has been like. In Kang's studio you will see a new series of paintings that she is working on in preparation for a solo exhibition in May, in addition a number of other ongoing projects. She will also talk about her practice and her work process. In Guldmyr's studio you will see and hear about selected sculptures and installations and the ongoing work on a documentary film that will be shown at an exhibition in June.

After the studio visit, we invite all participants to pizza and mingle with the students/artists in Atelier Felix.

About the MFA Degree Show 2024

The MFA Degree Show 2024 Free Education for All: It is Time presents a new generation of artists who are currently graduating from the country's oldest higher art education, the Academy of Fine Arts, and the Master of visual art program at the Oslo Academy of Fine Arts (KHiO). The core of the education at the Academy of Arts is the students' own artistic practice, and is based on a studio-based tradition, as a basis for experimentation with new ways of creating, discussing and exhibiting art. By working across a range of media, materials and approaches, these students explore what it means to be an artist in today's society.

The exhibition has been named Free Education for All: It is Time and presents works by: Abirami Logendran, Adin Mušić, Ane Barstad Solvang, Anne-Marte Før, Edvard Skodvin, Eili Bråstad, Ghazaal Nasiri, Iben Erik Bødtker-Næss, Kim Henning Andreassen, Lea Stuedahl, Madelon Verbeek, Paulina Stroynowska, Sampson Addae, Santiago Díaz Escamilla, Steinar Brovold Hauge and Wenche Sandra M. Disington.

Read more about the exhibition here

About Plot/Oslo

Plot/Oslo is a free art club for individuals between 18 and 25 years old, and is operated by the Astrup Fearnley Museum, Kunstnernes Hus, and the National Museum.

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