Ready to dip your toes into the water this summer?

Why not wade into Scandinavia House in NYC ... VICTORIA HOFMO Brooklyn, N.Y. After a long COVID-19 hiatus of 15-plus months, Scandinavia House in New York City is beginning to open up their doors. This is perfect timing, as tourists are once again streaming into the city, and locals are bursting from their homes in search of cultural experiences. Visitors’ first foray into the building will begin in June with the return of the popular “Summer Jazz” series. Programming did not, however, come to a screeching halt during the pandemic. Instead, this iconic organization was innovative in not only offering programs—both new and old—virtually, but also in expanding their
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Victoria Hofmo

Victoria Hofmo was born, raised, and still lives in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, the historical heart of Norwegian New York. She is 3/4 Scandinavian: 1/2 Norwegian and 1/4 Danish/Swedish. Self-employed, she runs an out-of-school-time program that articulates learning through the arts. Hofmo is an advocate for arts and culture, education, and the preservation of the built and natural environment of her hometown, with a love for most things Scandinavian.

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