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03.07.2017
Cultural walk from Tryggvagata 15, at 8. pm on Thursday 6th of July. The cultural life in the centre of Reykjavík will be introduced in English, Polish, Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic and Portuguese.
28.06.2017
The City of Reykjavik and The Icelandic Boy and Girl Scout Association have signed an agreement in regards to the World Scout Moot that will be held in Iceland from 25 July – 2 August.  This is by far the largest international event that the Icelandic Scout Movement has ever hosted.
Our first Peace ambassadors at Höfði House.
23.06.2017
A graduation ceremony for our first Peace Ambassadors was held at Höfði house this morning. 23 young Peace Ambassadors graduated there.
21.06.2017
New arrangement for tourist bus/coach traffic in Reykjavík city center was approved by the environment and planning committee on May 3rd and by the city council on May 11th. The new arrangement, affective July 15th, is shown in the map below and described in text.
The yellow colored zone becomes a restricted area for buses and coaches from July 15. Photo: Reykjavík City
21.06.2017
New arrangement for tourist bus/coach traffic in Reykjavík city center was approved by the environment and planning committee on May 3rd and by the city council on May 11th. The new arrangement, affective July 15th, is shown in the map below and described in text.
Ragnar Kjartansson, Heimsljós (a still).
31.05.2017
Reykjavík Art Museum is proud to host this elaborate exhibition at Hafnarhús. After a successful series of international appearances in recent years, including major survey exhibitions on both sides of the Atlantic, Ragnar Kjartansson opens his first museum show in his homeland, Iceland.
A proud mallard with her ducklings. Photo: Björn Ingvarsson
22.05.2017
The time has come when we kindly ask people not to feed the ducks and swans at the Reykjavík pond bread. Bread feeding attracts black backed gulls that also like to feast on ducklings. 
Ásmundur Sveinsson, Head Ransom, 1948, oak, 66x45 cm.
15.05.2017
An extensive Ásmundur Sveinsson retrospective, Art for the People, will open in Reykjavík Art Museum – Ásmundarsafn, Saturday May 20th at 16:00. The Minister of Education, Science and Culture, Kristján Þór Júlíusson, will open the exhibition.
Children of the Eye at Asmundarsafn and More is Beautiful and Panik at Hafnarhús.
26.04.2017
The last day of the exhibitions Children of the Eye at Reykjavík Art Museum - Ásmundarsafn, and More is Beautiful and Panik at Hafnarhús is Monday, 1 May.
Flóttamaðkarnir at Kjarvalsstaðir Reykjavík Art Museum.
24.04.2017
  Children’s Culture Festival at Reykjavík Art Museum Program, 25-30 April Free entry for adults accompanied by children    

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