Gallery Talk in German through the exhibition No Man‘s Land – Where Beauty Alone Reigns?
Artist Margrét Helga Sesseljudóttir will talk about her invasion into the exhibition Art for the People. Margrét Helga is the fourth artist to invade the exhibition.
Free entry with admission. In Icelandic.
Artist Ragnar Axelsson will talk about the exhibition Where the World is Melting at Hafnarhús. In Icelandic.
This event is fully booked.
This spring semester Forget-Me-Not will be held at Kjarvalsstaðir.Forget-Me-Not is a concert series where vocal students from the Department of Music at the Iceland University of the Arts, perform various music from all eras.
Dagný Guðmundsdóttir will talk about her artwork Eitthvað að bíta í which is located in an open area between Safamýri and Háaleitisbraut. The Artist talk is in Icelandic.
Curator‘s Talk with Director of Reykjavík Art Museum, Ólöf K. Sigurðardóttir, about the exhibition Jóhannes S. Kjarval: Mind and World.
Artist Sara Riel guides a workshop for families in context with the exhibition Children of the Eye. Works by Ásmundur Sveinsson (1893 – 1982) and Þorvaldur Skúlason (1906 – 1984).
Ólöf Kristín Sigurðardóttir, director of Reykjavík Art Museum, talks about the artist and the exhibition Art for the People.
This winter, 2017–18, Reykjavik Art Museum offers weekly guided tours in different languages in collaboration with Móðurmál – the Association on Bilingualism.
Welcome on Saturdays at 1 pm to Kjarvalsstaðir. Remember the café for a light lunch beforehand!
Free with admission.
Pop-Up Adventure Playgrounds are free, public celebrations of child-directed play, stocked with loose parts, such as cardboard boxes, fabric, tape and strings.
Hjólafærni, Reykjavik Art Museum and the Icelandic Cyclist Federation join forces by offering guided art tours on bicycles. This summer tours will be offered in different neigbourhoods in Reykjavik to discover public artworks in Grafarvogur.
Music performances by Rakel Andrésardóttir This is not what friends are for will take place daily at 4 p.m. The performances are a part of the artist’s installation at the IUA graduation show in fine art, Ready for take o
Family program in relation to the exhibition Expance by Sigurður Árni Sigurðsson.
We build great gardens and draw corrections in the spirit of Sigurðsson's exhibition.
Good Thursday – the last Thursday of the month!
Curator Aldís Snorradóttir talks about the exhibition Iðavöllur: Icelandic Art in the 21st Century at Hafnarhús. In Icelandic.
Second TALK series guest of 2022 is Dr. Gregory Sholette, artist, writer, activist and teacher. His lecture is based on a new publication expected this year titled The Art of Activism and the Activism of Art (New Directions in Contemporary Art).
Guðmunda Rós Guðrúnardóttir, historian, and Sigríður Melrós Ólafsdóttir, project manager, lead a walk around the monument of named women in Reykjavík. In Icelandic.
A concert with classic Icelandic children songs and nursery rhymes for children 1-3 years of age.
Workshop in collaboration with the Amateur Astronomical Society of Seltjarnarness in connection with the exhibition Yearning for Space now on view at Ásmundarsafn.
Ásmundarsafn is open from 1–8 p.m. every Thursday in January. The museum is open from 1–5 p.m. all other days.
Reykjavík Art Museum is dedicating the year 2019 to public art! And we are bringing artworks that grace our everyday physical world into focus in digital spaces. We will devote seven days to one public artwork at Public Art This Week with its information and images.
In Hafnarhús the youngest visitors are welcome to stop by a little workshop called Moment – a place to create. There they can have a creative moment with material to work with between exhibitions. Everyone is welcome to the workshop, which is on the second floor of Hafnarhús.