Flytårnet Kultursenter is located in the old workshops around the control tower of what was Oslo’s airport, Fornebu. There are nearly 100 studios and workshops for artists, wood carvers, ceramicists, sculpturers, glassworkers, frame makers and interior designers, in addition to four galleries: Volart, Galleri DC-3, Galleri Odonata and Bærum Kunsthall. The buildings are also home to three museums, Kultur på Hjul (‘culture on wheels’: cars), the Vespa Museum, and Fornebu Historical Museum.
Flytårnet Fornebu and Flytårnet Kultursenter invite us to a light lunch at 12:00 with a presentation of the centre and plans for future development. Afterwards, we will explore some of the studios.
DATE/TIME: Thursday, February 16 at 11:.45 (for 12:00)
SIGN UP: To Jane Steenbuch by email as soon as possible and no later than February 13.
PLACE: Flytårnet Kultursenter, Forneburingen 11-43, 1360 Fornebu.
PRICE: The visit is free of charge. The cost of the lunch will be posted in the February Newsletter (if this is necessary).
TRANSPORT: By car: Follow signs to Fornebu (and Snarøya). Turn right on Odd Nansensvei, and right again into Forneburingen. Follow the road around to the right and right again into the parking place. Paid parking. For road instructions, click on the link:
By bus: Take bus 31 to Snarøya and get off at Telenor Fornebu. From the bus stop there is a 10-minute walk.
Maximum 25 participants. Guests are welcome if space is available.
For last-minute cancellations, please call Jane on mobile phone.