Bergen’s Sissel Blystad is a modern-day Norwegian textile goddess whose art continues to evolve and enchant from her studio at USF Verftet.
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 Fremont Troll is perhaps one of the most famous trolls in America. But how does it stack up to other depictions of trolls from Norwegian folklore?
Could trolls be folkloric renderings of Neanderthals? Archeologist Patrick Hunt considers archaeological and historical evidence to examine this claim.
At the end of her tenure as Consul General of New York, Harriet E. Berg reflects on her four years of service in the U.S.
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.
Though Lars Mytting is best known in America for his nonfiction book Norwegian Wood, his recent novel is sure to mesmerize American readers.
With the Tokyo Summer Olympics just a few weeks away, get to know Team Norway and their top medal contenders so you know who to watch.
The official Olympic Sweater for Team Norway at the Tokyo Summer Olympics is here! The Nordic Shop shares some of the details behind this summer sweater.
For these hot summer days, our Taste of Norway editor offers a Norwegian-inspired summer meal, the koldtbord, that requires minimal heat and prep work.