ACTUALITIES

September 18, 2018

 

MASTER-STIPEND I KUNSTHISTORIE

Eva Bull Holtes kunstnerskap

 

Eva Bull Holtes Minnefond (EBHM) i samarbeid med Nordic Institute of Art (NIA) utlyser et stipend for en MA-student i kunsthistorie/kunstvitenskap. Stipendet er på NOK 25 000 og tildeles en kandidat som vil skrive sin MA-oppgave med fokus på Eva Bull Holtes kunst.

 

EBHM og NIA planlegger iløpet av 2019 et prosjekt for å trekke frem kunstneren Eva Bull Holte. Dette er planlagt å inkludere en utstilling, en publikasjon og et seminar. Hensikten med MA- stipendet er øke kunnskapen om Eva Bull Holtes kunst. Oppgaven kan gjerne konsentrere seg om utvalgte aspekter ved kunstnerskapet eller se dette i nye perspektiver.

 

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July 14, 2018

 

SUMMER SEMINAR

NIA - Nordic Institute of Art organises a study day on the topic The Discovery of Norway: Arts and Politics after the Constitution of 1814, in collaboration with NK - Norsk Kultursenter (Centre for Norwegian Culture).

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March 11, 2018

 

NORDIC INSTITUTE OF ART AT TEFAF MAASTRICHT

 

During the preview of TEFAF Maastricht 2018, Nordic Institute of Art organised a special tour of the fair on the topic The Sketch in Romantic Landscape Painting.

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January 12, 2018

 

BOOK DONATION TO NORDIC

INSTITUTE OF ART

Works from the Library of Bodil Sørensen

 

The estate of the late art historian Bodil Sørensen has generously donated parts of her private library to the Nordic Institute of Art.

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June 21, 2018

 

NIA SUMMER PARTY

 

The Nordic Institute of Art invited colleagues, supporters and collaboration partners for it´s first annual Summer Party in the court yard of the Institute´s office premises on Bygdøy Allé in Oslo.

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January 15, 2018

 

ART DONATION TO THE INSTITUTE

 

The Norwegian-American artist Inger Johanne Grytting has generously donated a work to the Nordic Institute of Art from her critically acclaimed exhibition Recent Drawings at the Vigeland Museum, Oslo.

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December 19, 2017

 

NEW BOOK ON ROMANTIC ARTISTS’ TRAVELS

 

This anthology is the result of an international symposium held at the Lenbachhaus in Munich in 2015, dealing with the importance of artists’ travels in the emerging plein air painting of early 19th century.

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