Children’s Culture Festival at Reykjavík Art Museum Program, 25-30 April Free entry for adults accompanied by children
The last day of the exhibition Case Studies – Product Design into the 21st Century at Kjarvalsstaðir is Sunday, 23 April. The exhibition explores Icelandic product design at the beginning of the 21st century through the work of several designers who have in recent years attracted attention for their innovative ideas.
The exhibition God, I Feel So Bad will be held from 3 June–24 September 2017 with numerous works by artist Ragnar Kjartansson on show in Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús. Some of the works are durational performances, and interested participants are being sought.
The Imagine Peace Tower in Viðey island will be illuminated Monday, 20 March, the day Yoko Ono and John Lennon got married in 1969.
The exhibition Human Disguise opens at Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús on Thursday, 16 March at 17h00.
The exhibition Fantastic Souvenirs, by Anna Hrund Másdóttir, will be on view until Sunday, 12 March. It is the 29th exhibition in the Gallery D series in Hafnarhús. Curator is Yean Fee Quay.
Parents and guardians of 1st. 2nd and 3rd graders (coming 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders) can now registrate for after-school center/frístundaheimili next autumn at My pages http://rafraen.reykjavik.is.
Case Studies – Product design into the 21st century Exhibition opening in Reykjavík Art Museum – Kjarvalsstaðir, Saturday, 4 March at 16h00.
The exhibition Erró: More is Beautiful will be opened on Saturday, 18 February at 14h00 at Reykjavík Art Museum, Hafnarhús. On the ground floor the museum will open up a refurbished Living Room, designed by Thomas Pausz. At the opening Artist Curver Thoroddsen will play his Co-Mix Erró Soundscape and later he will lead a Soundscape workshop for families in the Living Room. Curator‘s Talk at 16h00.
The enrollment period for children born in 2011 to primary school and after-school centre is February 22nd on My pages.