Ingerid Jordal writes about the water-powered “gondola” that carries items up the side of the mountain at her family’s cabin near Odda, Norway.
Author: Ingerid Jordal
Ingerid Jordal talks to one family in northern Norway that reclaims the Sami language by speaking it at home, while the kids learn it at school.
In what used to be an old sardine factory, USF Verftet is creating a hub of culture, creativity, and exchange for artists from around the world.
The family-owned silversmith Sylvsmidja in Norway is the world’s largest producer of bunad silver. Now they are looking to expand into American market.
Rather than cancel last year’s 17th of May, the community of Lydvo put on their own miniature version of it. This year, they’ve opted for the same solution.
Each year in Voss, Anne Jorunn Nestås Tøn invites the public to cut down her forest for Christmas trees, helping create the Christmas spirit.
At the Ole Bull Academy in Voss, students from all over the world breathe new life into traditional Norwegian music …
Photojournalist Ingerid Jordal opened her exhibit The American Dream of Norway at the Norwegian Emigrant Museum outside of Hamar on June 25.
Photojournalist Ingerid Jordal woke up one day and decided to climb up the steepest path she could think of to Norway’s least accessible farm at Kjeåsen …
Even the bunad industry in Norway has been affected by the coronavirus. Photojournalist Ingeried Jordal provides an insightful report from Voss…