SCANDINAVIAN GLASS

SCANDINAVIAN GLASS

SCANDINAVIAN GLASS – STARTING ALL OVER

’Scandinavian Glass – starting all over’ is a collaboration between three highly estimated Scandinavian museums – Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, Ebeltoft (Denmark), The Glass Factory, Boda (Sweden) and The Finnish Glass Museum, Riihimäki (Finland ) – which aims at redefining the future for glassmaking. The project has been supported by The Nordic Culture  Fund as part of their focus on ´handmade’ art and craft.

The practice and the context of glassmaking have changed dramatically over recent years. Large-scale glass production, which used to be at the core of the economy and development within craft and design, is practically non-existent today. The collapse of the glass industry has therefore, resulted in a gap, which ‘Scandinavian Glass – starting all over’ aims to fill by a number of activities, most prominently through a touring exhibition, focussing on new and current tendencies within Scandinavian glass – the most comprehensive presentation within the last two years.

Participants in the exhibition:
From Norway:
 Lene Tangen, Monica Amundsen, Karin Forslund, Vidar Koksvig, Kari Håkonsen, Kirsten Storesund, Ingrid Nord, Ina Kristine Hove, Kaja Dahl, Ine Harrang, Kari Mølstad, Beate Einen

From Finland: Joonas Laakso, Ella Varvio, Kaappo Lähdesmäki, Riikka Latva-Sompi, Johannes Rantasalo, Hendriikka Pöllänen, Helmi Remes, Kimmo Reinikka, Iiro A. Ahokas, Auli Rautiainen, Kirsti Taiviola, Sauli Suomela, Harri Koskinen, Juri Karinen, Riikka Haapasaar

From Sweden: Peter Hermansson, Fredrik Nielsen, Björn Friborg, Simon Klenell, Helena Kågebrand, Charles Stern, Ammy Olofsson, Frida Fjellman, Ingalena Klenell, Noam Dover, Project Dynamic Transparencies (Mads Höbye, Henrik Svarrer Larsen), Project BOOM (Matilda Kästel, Nina Westman, Ammy Olofsson, Erika Bredberg, Sara Lundkvist), Project LAST (Åsa Jungnelius, Gustaf Nordensköjld, Frederik Paulsen), Project Production Workshop Method (Colab Nationalmuseum, Matti Klenell, Mattias Ståhlbom, Stina Löfgren, Åsa Jungnelius, Simon Klenell, Gabriella Gustafson, Carina Seth Andersson, Monica Backström)

From Denmark: Ida Wieth-Knudsen, Lene Bødker, Pernille Braun, Ned Cantrell, Jeannet Iskandar, Tobias Møhl, Steffen Dam, Micha Karlslund, Karin Mørch, Trine Drivsholm, Karen Lise Krabbe, Stine Bidstrup, Marie Bang Espersen, Pipaluk Lake, Maria Koshenkova, Marie Retpen

From Iceland: Æsa Björk

The exhibition will be shown during the following period:
The Glass Factory, Boda, Sweden: 30.09. – 11.11. 2017
The Finnish Glass Museum, Riihimäki, Finland: 23.11 2017 – marts 2018
Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, Denmark: 21.04. 2018 – 23.09. 2018

The Nordic Culture Fund has supported the project as a part of HANDMADE – the Nordic Culture Fund’s focus in 2016 – 2018, which stimulates art and craft made by hand.

ÅBNINGSTIDER OG PRISER


01.04 – 31.10: 10 – 17 ALLE DAGE
01.07 – 31.08: 10 – 18 ALLE DAGE
01.11 – 31.03: 10 – 16 ONS – SØN


01.04 – 31.10: Voksne 100,-
01.11 – 31.03: Voksne 85,-
BØRN 6 – 17 ÅR: 30,- hele året
GRUPPER: (min. 20 personer) 20% rabat
HANDICAPLEDSAGER: Gratis


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STRANDVEJEN 8
DK-8400 EBELTOFT
T +45 8634 1799
GLASMUSEET@GLASMUSEET.DK
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