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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.


A century of difficulties and hardship, but also a century marked by a growing belief in science, optimism for the future and utilitarian thinking. This new exhibition at Nationalmuseum Jamtli focuses on the relations between Sweden and the rest of Europe during the 18th century in the field of visual arts and applied arts. War, diplomacy, trade and the birth of rococo are just some of the themes addressed in the works shown. Portraits, landscapes, everyday interior pictures, and also unique sketches and drawings that have never before been exhibited are among the 180 works from the Nationalmuseum’s collections.
18 June 2020 – 11 April 2021

Jamtli is temporarily closed 17 December – 24 January 2021


A son of Jämtland from Hackås who captured the everyday melancholy of life and the authentic Norrland in both colour and expression. He is considered one of the foremost Jämtland artists of the 1900s who had great significance for landscape painting. The exhibition at Jamtli celebrates 100 years since Örjan Noring was born.
20 September – 17 January 2021

Jamtli is temporarily closed 17 December – 24 January 2021


“Sugar in the wound” – Kajsa-Tuva Werner’s abstract paintings are about her inner life. Sometimes they are colorful, or very black. Sometimes explosive, or dreamy visionary. Her art is also expressed in sculptures, texts, drawings and clothes and textiles. Always just as unmistakable and immediate.
The exhibition will be shown at Norra Station, Hamngatan 11, 5 December – 23 January.



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 21 Feb 

Jamtli is temporarily closed 17 December – 24 January 2021

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