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September 28, 2016


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Artist talk by Katy Grannan Saturday September 17

Katy Grannan, Film still from The Nine, 2016

We invite you to an artist talk by American photographer Katy Grannan at Kunsthall Stavanger Saturday September 17 at 2pm. After the talk Grannan will screen her film The Nine at Sølvberget kino in collaboration with the Kapittel festival. 

Entrance 50kr for talk and film, free for members 

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Family Day at Kunsthall Stavanger

On Sunday, September 11, join Educator Gunn Brigitte Danielsen for Family Day at Kunsthall Stavanger! Beginning at 12:00, there will be a short tour of the current exhibition The Only Way is Up, followed by a family-friendly workshop including cutting, coloring, and collage, inspired by the artwork of American artist Jared Theis.

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August 29, 2016

Extended Opening Hours

Extended Opening Hours

From 29 August – 1 September, Kunsthall Stavanger will extend our opening hours until 19:00. We welcome to you come for an evening visit, and view our new group exhibition The Only Way is Up, curated by Maya Økland. 

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Welcome to the Opening of The Only Way is Up!

Katy Grannan, Film still from The Nine, 2016. Courtesy of the artist and Salon 94, New York

Kunsthall Stavanger invites you to the opening of The Only Way is Up, Friday, August 26 at 18:00. The exhibition is curated by Kunsthall Stavanger's Interim Director Maya Økland, and many of the artists will be present at the opening. 


There is no doubt that society as we know it is changing rapidly, in terms of demographics, economics, and climate. In our current era, established principles and ethical codes are at risk as Europe faces increasing challenges from xenophobia, economic shifts and environmental decline. The group exhibition at Kunsthall Stavanger presents artworks that in various ways relate to and problematize current political crises and instability.


Participating artists include Vanessa Baird, Katy Grannan, Otto Karvonen, Linda Karin Larsen, Irene Nordli, Maiju Salmenkivi, Mekdes W. Shebeta, Jorunn Myklebust Syversen, Kristin Tårnes, Jared Theis, and Tarald Wassvik. 


Read more about the exhibition on our exhibition page, here.


We look forward to seeing you at the opening!

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