William Halverson announces a first-of-its-kind collection of Edvard Grieg songs in English, with notes on the challenge of translation.
John Smisted reviews the film The Sunlit Night, written by Rebecca Dinerstein, an American poet who spent time in the Lofoten islands.
Seattle gave tribute to Bergen’s 950th birthday with a concert featuring Grieg and Grieg-inspired music at Seattle’s National Nordic Museum.
Dr. Mary Jo Thorsheim of Norway Art in Minneapolis offers her insights on Bergen paintings from five different neighborhoods there.
Bergen-based artist Marianne Skjelbred takes the readers of The Norwegian American on a pictorial journey of her hometown.
Longtime contributor Marit Fosse is not only a writer covering the UN in Geneva, but in this interview, she reveals her artistic self.
New studies show that moisture, not light, is the primary cause for deterioration in Edvard Munch’s renowned painting, “The Scream.”
Inspired by her travels and time living in Norway, Seattleite Beth Kollé finally realized her dream of living in her own Sveitserhus.
Mary Jo Thorsheim of Norway Art discusses painter Isak Ræfsnes and how his youth as a fisher boy in Western Norway informed his work.
New York City’s annual Design Pavilion, held virtually in 2020, included a three-part panel, “Norway Design,” with top Norwegian designers.