Victoria Hofmo shares her thoughts and impressions of the first-ever Nikolai Astrup exhibit in the United States at the Clark Art Institute in Massachusetts.
Author: Victoria Hofmo
After 15 months of scaled down online programming during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Scandinavia House is opening up its doors once again.
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A new PBS show tells the story of Louise Arner Boyd, an American woman who, inspired by Roald Amundsen, became an Arctic explorer and photographer.
We celebrate Norwegian resistance veteran and proud Norwegian American Kaare Nevdal in light of Veterans’ Day, along with his 100th birthday.
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Snøhetta is known for its striking new buildings, but they also reimagine existing ones, like the AT&T building at 550 Madison Ave.
Prolific Norwegian-American artist Jana Peterson has been creating art for 41 years, and much of her work is inspired by Scandinavia’s incomparable scenery, offered in land, sea, and sky.