Experience and games, participation and modern art
A video art course in the creative collection environment at Reykjavik Art Museum – Kjarvalsstaðir.Supervisor: Artist Björk Viggósdóttir
Let´s Play Art – art workshop for families in conection with the exhibition Sirra Sigrún Sigurðardóttir & Ásmundur Sveinsson: As If to Demonstrate an Eclipse at Reykjavík Art M
Sunday, 5 March at 11.00 the artist Ingunn Fjóla Ingþórsdóttir will lead a weaving workshop for children and families in connection with the exhibition Hildar Hákonardóttir: Red Thread at Kjarvalsstaðir.
The cultural life in the centre of Reykjavík will be introduced in English, Polish, Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic and Portuguese.
Artists Talk with Erla S. Haraldsdóttir and Helena Margrét Jónsdóttir, whose works are being shown at the exhibition What It Seems – Reality on Canvas 1970-2020.
Workshop in conjuntion with the exhibition Ólöf Nordal: Úngl.
Free to all with admission ticket to the museum, and of course free for children under the age of 18. Children are expected to be accompanied by adults, and it helps to have looked at the exhibitions beforehand.
Curator Talk with Lindsay Aveilhé through the exhibition Sol LeWitt at Hafnarhús.
Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir / Shoplifter will represent Iceland in the Icelandic Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2019. She will talk about her works at Ásmundarsafn on her exhibition Invasion II.
Reykjavík Art Museum offers weekly guided tours on the exhibition SOMETHING from NOTHING: The Visual Realm of Magnús Pálsson. The tours will take place in Icelandic on Wednesdays at Kjarvalss at 12h30 and will take around 30 min.
In Icelandic. Free entry with admission.
A free for all lunch concert with Trio Reykjavík.
Reykjavík Art Museum has organized in collaboration with Trio Reykjavík a series of concerts at Kjarvalsstaðir since 2008.
The concert starts at 12.15 p.m. Entrance is free and everyone is welcome.
The exhibition has many rarely seen pieces, particularly from Jóhannes Sveinsson Kjarval's (1885-1972) early years.
Edda Halldórsdóttir from the department of collection and research at Reykjavík Art Museum will talk about the works on the exhibition.
Reykjavík Art Museum offers a Gallery Talk for beginners through selected exhibitions at Hafnarhús.
The event takes place in Icelandic. Free with admission.
The workshop is held in conjuncton with the exhibitions at Ásmundarsafn - Ásmundur Sveinsson: Under the Same Sky - Art in Public Spaces and Helgi Gíslason: Where the Boundaries Lie.
The cultural life in the centre of Reykjavík will be introduced in Spanish, Polish, English, Vietnamese, Portuguese and Persian.
Artists have, with their art, greatly influenced man´s connection to his environment. This exhibition focuses on the values of Icelanders in relation to nature and the connection to country’s wilderness.
An open game for museum visitors, where families can find a treasure at the end of an exciting treasure hunt around the exhibition halls in Hafnarhús which house Erró’s exhibition Black and White.
Curator Talk with Úlfhildur Dagsdóttir through the exhibition Erró: Cyborg at Hafnarhús.
The event has been cancelled due to ban on gatherings
Family Registration 24.10.20
Adults: 1.500 ISK Students: 820 ISKChildren under 18: FreeGuests with disabilities and senior citizens 70+: Free Annual Pass: 3.300 ISKGroups 10+: 820 ISK
Guided tours for groups on opening hours from Monday to Friday: 15.000 ISK, if the group is larger than 10 persons than each extra person pays 820 ISK. Guided tours for groups on weekends or after opening hours: 30.000 ISK+admissionThe admission is valid on the same day for Hafnarhús, Kjarvalsstaðir, and Ásmundur Sveinsson Sculpture Museum.
Guided tours outside normal opening hours: Please contact: email@example.com
Reykjavik Art Museum proudly presents a new app where you can access around two hundred public artworks in Reykjavík that the museum takes care of. With this app you can access information on the works, look at images, read texts and listen to audio-guides as well as playing art games.