Visiting addressMuseum of Cultural History (map)
Frederiks gate 2
Welcome to an exhibition about death and memory in a material world.
A groundbreaking exhibition portraying vibrant history - the «nightlife», culture and life related to bars, clubs and other venues for lesbians, gays, bisexual and transgender people in Norway. Gay Clubbing is the result of a collaborative project between Queer Archives (Skeivt arkiv) at the University Library in Bergen, the gallery Kunstplass 10 and the Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo.
Thursday June 6. through Sunday June 9. from 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM and Thursday June 13. through Sunday June 16. from 1:00PM until 5:00 PM. Eva Lien is present to guide visitors in the exhibition and give information about the archive. Perhaps you have something you want to hand in to the archive? Feel free to bring it along!
Orhan Pamuk: The Art of Fiction offers a unique journey through Orhan Pamuk’s authorship, with The Museum of Innocence as the focal point. This is the first international exhibition highlighting the Nobel laureate’s role both as a writer and an artist.