January 6 - April 2, 2018


It is the fifth time that the International Triennal ARTAPESTRY shows a very updated selection of what is happening in today's weaving. Textile artists work very widely in these years and experiment with the many visual expressions that lie in the art, both in terms of subjects and themes. Some work with almost photographic representations, while others explore and paraphrase folkloristic motives, and others work abstractly with the material and colors. Read more


January 6 - April 15, 2018


Professional artists in the Silkeborg area focus in the west wing on space and space understanding with a joint exhibition of newly created works. Participants: Klaus Becker, Preben Frederiksen, Steen A. Hovmand, Lisbeth Poulsen, Nurith Miryam Lumer-Klabbers, Jette Bækgaard, Rigmor Behind Frederiksen, Marianne Fossgreen, Mette Mailund Strong, Inge Lis Jørgensen and Karin Grünberger. Read more

January 13 - April 2, 2018

The color first : JAN SIVERTSEN - painting

Jan Sivertsen (1951) attended The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts 1977-82 at the professors Sven Dalsgaard, Albert Mertz and Robert Jacobsen. His formative language is based on an abstract expressionism with almost diffuse figurative elements. With almost scientific precision, he works towards a totally distinctive expression with a strikingly color scheme. He lives and works in Paris. He was previously affiliated with Børge Birch's famous gallery, and has had many exhibitions in Denmark and abroad. Organized in collaboration with Sophienholm. Read more

– until destroyed by weather. SCULPTURE PARK

Nobody can step into the same river twice
- 99 clay vessels for Heraclitus

Ceramic artist Lise Seier Petersen (1952) work with and against the materials and forces of nature in this work of art. The clay for the 99 vessels is fired at different temperatures, creating different color effects. At the same time the art work is exposed for wind and weather in the Sculpture Park and will gradually be changing until it is completely destroyed. The piece was installed July 14, 2014. The Greek philosopher Heraclitus is godfather to the thesis that everything is changing. Read more