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Staff from our educational department will be available at Kjarvalsstaðir between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. to talk about the exhibitions now on view; Jóhannes S. Kjarval: Mind and World and Kjarvalar by Stefán Jónsson. Every half an hour; between 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
The International Museum Day (IMD) on 18 May is an event organised by the International Council of Museums since 1977 to raise awareness that museums are an important means of cultural exchange, enrichment of cultures and development of mutual understanding, cooperation and peace among peoples.
Good Thursday – the last Thursday of the month!
Program of Reykjavík Art Museum Thursday August 29 2021
Guiding tours through the exhibitions Louisa Matthíasdóttir: Calm and Kjarval – key works from the collection.
The autumn school holiday is approaching!We offer children and teenagers exciting free art workshops during the autumn holidays on Friday and Monday.
Halla Margrét Jóhannesdóttir, Public Engagement Project Manager at Reykjavík Art Museum, will give a guided tour of the public artwork in Perlufestin, a women’s sculpture park in Hljómskálagarður Park.
Program at Kjarvalsstaðir
18-22h00 Family game
18-22h00 Ask the museum docent, we’re happy to share
Children’s Culture Festival 2019Programme
Free entrance to adults accompanied by children from 9-14 April in all the buildings.
On Museum Night, Friday, 3rd of February, all guests recieve a gift, the Nort Atlantic Triennial Joureny Cards, that can be used as a tool to help you experience art in new ways.
Reykjavík Art Museum will open again on May 4th.
Friday, 28 February
Program, 25-30 AprilFree entry for adults accompanied by children
25-30 AprilÁsmundarsafnIcelandic folktales in pictures – exhibition by children from three elementary schools.
Free admission to all three museums on Culture Night, Saturday, 19 August
Kjarvalsstaðir – open from 10h00 to 22h00
The exhibition Eternal Recurrence will be open at Reykjavík Art Museum Kjarvalsstaðir on Saturday, 27 March from 10-17h00 – free entry on the opening day.
Musum Night, Friday, 2 February at 18–23h00Ásmundarsafn – Kjarvalsstaðir – Hafnarhús
Program at Ásmundarsafn
Erró is one of the few Icelandic artists who has gained a foothold in the international art scene. The Power of Images is a comprehensive overview of the artist's colourful career that has made use of various media in the visual arts.
Kjarval has served as a historic source of inspiration for Andreas Eriksson.