The Special Events Committee has the pleasure of inviting you to a beautiful and historically interesting exhibition at Bymuseet, the Museum of Oslo at Frogner park. The exhibition illustrates, through paintings, how the city of Oslo/Christiania has changed and developed through the last three hundred years.
Especially three periods are in focus: the time after the city fire in 1642, the industrial revolution, and the time after the dissolution of the union with Sweden in 1905.
In Cityscapes – Capturing Oslo, you will get to know the city through the artists’ views and brushstrokes. You can enjoy works by well-known artists such as Peder Balke and Edvard Munch, as well as less established painters. The paintings come mostly from Oslo Museum’s art collection.
Refreshments are available at the museum’s café.
DATE/TIME: Thursday January 26 at 10:45 (for 11:00)
SIGN UP: To Rosemary Hauge no later than the deadline January 17. Please state your name and event when you sign-up, and ‘lunch’ if you plan to stay for refreshments at the café, as we need to reserve tables.
PLACE: Bymuseet, Oslo Museum, at the Frogner Manor House in Frognerparken. Frognerveien 67, 0266 Oslo
PRICE: NOK 135,- entrance fee included. Please sign up first and then pay, before the deadline.
Please make your payment preferably by bank transfer to the Forum account: 1600 40 36631 or by VIPPS 591747. No cash will be handled at the venue. Please state the event and your name in the transaction (in the KID-number box for bank payments and in the dialogue box for VIPPS).
TRANSPORT: Public transport Bus 20 and Tram 12 both stop at Frogner plass, at the corner of the Frogner Park.
Car: Pay parking area in Halvdan Svartes gate close by the Bymuseet, across the street from Vigelandsmuseet.
Maximum number of participants is 20. Guests are allowed if space available.
Cancellations after the deadline and no-shows will be charged.
For questions or last-minute cancellations please call Contact Rosemary Hauge by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or mob.: 952 48 805