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The Reykjavík Art Museum's Program on Culture Night

From the opening day of the exhibition Calm at Kjarvalsstaðir.

Free admission to all three museums on Culture Night, Saturday, 19 August

 

Kjarvalsstaðir – open from 10h00 to 22h00

15-20h00
Orienteering
A fun and educational game for families in Klambratún park with focus on the public art around Kjarvalsstaðir.

15-18h00
The Longest Landscape
Open workshop for families. Museum guests have the opportunity to create a collaborative landscape painting.

16h00
Trio Reykjavik Concert
Trio Reykjavíkur treats guests to a concert in the warm surroundings of Kjarvalsstaðir.

17h30 and 18h30
Chocolate Cake Opera
Bon Appétit! is a delicious chocolate cake opera by Lee Hoiby. In the opera, the world famous TV chef Julia Child, teaches the audience how to make a French chocolate cake.

21h00
La Stravaganza – concert
Live Music - Spiccato Strings plays Baroque favorites.

18h00, 19h00, 20h00 and 21h00.
Short Guided Tours: Kjarval – key works from the collection
Join a museum docent for a 15-minute guided tour and learn about the current exhibition on display.

18h30, 19h30, 20h30 and 21h30
Short Guided Tours: Calm by Louisa Matthúasdóttir
Join a museum docent for a 15-minute guided tour and learn about the current exhibition on display.

 

Hafnarhús – open from 10h00 to 23h00

10-23h00
Performance: Woman in E
The durational performance is a part of the exhibition God, I Feel So Bad by Ragnar Kjartansson.

15-23h00
Short Guided Tours: God, I Feel So Bad by Ragnar Kjartansson
Join a museum docent for a 10-minute guided tour and learn about the current exhibition on display.

 

The Berlin Wall at Höfði Borgartún

14h00
Art Walk from Borgartún to Hlemmur
The Reykjavík Art Museum hosts a short Art Walk from Borgartún close to Höfði to Hlemmur introducing a diverse collection of public art on the way.