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Art Exhibitions in Östersund. A pleasant way to pass the time? A way to awaken creativity? Provocation? We all relate to art differently. Aren’t we lucky that art is flourishing in Östersund? Take part of the art exhibitions guide below, for some new arty experiences.


“Selected” is an exhibition with arts and crafts, handicraft and form from the south. 27 works, by as many practitioners, visit us in the north. The exhibition will be shown December 4 – January 7, 2022, opening Saturday, December 4 at 12-16


Plant-based, meat or insect burgers? Why do we like certain types of food, but screw up our faces at things we’re not used to? And while some people load up their larders in the autumn and devote whole weekends to cooking, others live on ready-made food and are regulars at the local food store or take-away.
Jamtli’s “MAT” (FOOD) exhibition takes you on a food-focused journey through time, looking at our relationship to food, from hunting and fishing a thousand years ago to today’s trends when food is no longer about survival.
Until 31 -December 2021. 


An exhibition about storytelling in Nordic art during the 19th century and the early 20th century. During this time, motifs taken from myth, fairy tale and history were popular and employed many of the leading artists. The exhibition contains a number of works by artists such as Carl Larsson, Elsa Beskow, Ernst Josephson and August Malmström. All works in the exhibition belong to the National Museum, which owns rich collections of Nordic and especially Swedish 19th century art. The exhibition will be shown from 18 May 


Showings at National Museum 
General shows in the exhibition Nordic Myths, at 12 and 14. December 29-30 and January 2-3

Christmas exhibition with Östersund’s Collective Graphic Workshop’s.Christmas exhibition 2021. Ylva Hagerlind, Cathrine Johansson and Anders Sunesson
The exhibition is shown December 11 – January 9

#Färgstänk – Art & Culture project
An art and culture project in Östersund’s city center under the name # FÄRGSTÄNK. The idea is to be able to gather all the different cultural genres under one and the same name with the aim of giving a little color in everyday life in the city – big and small! Among other things electrical cabinets is decorated with inspiring motifs from local artists. Map at:

An arty walk – Campus
Take a walk at Campus Östersund, here are works of art by, among others, Lars-Olof Loeld and Pia Nixholm.


See more information over art exhibitions here in the event calendar.

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