28 September 2019 – 5 Januar 2020


There is no small role in the theater world - everything matters. The sense exhibition of the year is created by the theater cman Matej Forman from Prague and his international colleagues, with references to the circus. The interactive installations of the sense exhibition are aimed at children and other playing beings who have the courage to dive into the universe of fantasy. Special opening hours for institution visits. Shown in collaboration with Festival of Wonder, Silkeborg. Read more

12 October – 15 December 2019

100 % FOREIGN? 

100% FOREIGN? writes itself into Denmark's history as the first project to collect personal reports from citizens, who statistically represents the 161,000 refugees who have come to the country since 1956 from a total of 29 different countries. The audience can meet stories in text and image of up to 300 Danish citizens with refugee background when the documentary art project visits KunstCentret Silkeborg Bad. Read more

12 October 2019 – 5 January 2020

Funen Spring

The exhibition celebrates the 90th anniversary of the Funen Spring Exhibition.
In most places, the artists' associations have long since dissolved, but not on Funen. Here, the cohesiveness thrives, and the current 17 members show what is moving right now.
In the retrospective part of the exhibition, works by 17 now deceased members has been selected. Some have participated from the beginning and all are part of the association's 90-year history. The initiators of the exhibition are Jens Bohr and Lars Abrahamsen. Read more

14 - 27 October 2019

Conversation - S.E.S. 2019

Artists this year create Sculpture Experiment Silkeborg together with citizens of different age groups. Theme is: Conversation. The audience meets the project at several addresses in the public space in Silkeborg. 14 –18 October: Workshops. 19 -27 October: Audience period. Arranged in collaboration with Silkeborg Højskole (Folk High School) and Dansk Billedhuggeramfund (Sculptor Society). Read more

Thanks to the Danish Arts Foundation's Project Support Committee for Visual Arts
who have granted support for the exhibition program 2020

11 January - 10 May 2020


Counter-punctual accounts.
The exhibition is a graphic installation whose overall focus is time: The time that goes and the time that stands still. The audience is surrounded by works that the artists have created for the concrete exhibition rooms in Art Centre Silkeborg Bad's upper floor. The visual artists Tina Gjerulff, Joe Ingvartsen, Lis Rejnert Jensen and Steen Rasmussen are in close collaboration behind the exhibition, which includes various reports on time and a visual examination of this. In terms of expression and form, the audience at an MOMENT experiences the entire spectrum from classic graphics to three-dimensional installations. Read more

11 January - 24 May 2020


In his project Human Art Cultural Dialogue, the young Armenian photographer Tatev Mnatsakanyan has photographed older, perhaps today, forgotten artists. She has examined the artists' thoughts and concerns across art forms and borders. The portraits include older artists from eg. Egypt, Poland, Norway, Denmark, Austria and Switzerland. The project also points out that artists, who in their youth were pioneering, often first gain recognition after their death.

18 January - 22 March 2020


Anniversary exhibition from Silkaden, that was formed in 1990 and now can mark the 30th anniversary as an artist association. With LANGUAGE ǀ LANGUAGE, the current members, each with their own expression, create an overall manifestation of the strength and special character of the imagery. The exhibition is a reminder of the value and ability of the visual language to communicate. Guest artist: Jiři Kylián (NL).

18 January - 24 May 2020


Jan Holger Jerichau (1937-2019) was a sculptor. He worked with sculpture in many different materials - in recent years mainly in wood. Based on the abstract, he became more imaginative over the years: beings and symbols emerge from the carved wood, where the surface is often worked with color, wax or coated with gold leaf. Jan Holger Jerichau was the fourth generation of artist family Jerichau and lived with the legacy of the art that his ancestors had created.



28 March - 14 June 2020


Soil and skin, explorations of what occurs when man and nature become one in intimate bodily encounters, the creative power of the water and the landscapes, are some of what is at stake in Nana Francisca Shottländer's (DK) newly created site-specific works. In a total installation, video works, photos, objects and sound are displayed. The exhibition in Silkeborg is part of a project over several years, where Schottländer explores at more geographical locations explores the encounter between man and nature's phenomena - even when that relationship is uncomfortable.

30 May - 6 September 2020

NATURAL REBEL: Tamara Duval and Charlotte Petersen 

In dialogue with the rooms, two artists stage an exhibition about dreams and living space. As the artists say: Our exhibition likes people. With their works, they want to create space for the soul and the life force. NATURAL REBEL includes paintings, a film and sculptural works and installations.
Artists: Tamara Duval (S) and Charlotte Petersen (DK)

20 June - 23 August 2020


Morten Juvet's (N) project COVER consists of 45 paintings, all in the same square format - as an record cover. Motivationally, the rabbit constitutes the common, ambiguous metaphor, and all paintings refer to the texts of rock music, where this particular vulnerable, but free animal recur. The artist combines visual parts from the original record covers with his own rabbit language. The project points to a connection across music genres.

5 September - 13 December 2020


With a combination of video works, photo installation and sound images, professional photographer Mike Kollöffel (D / DK) and anthropologist Stine Krøijer (DK) investigate the forest, specifically the Amazon. The research-based exhibition is based on our relation to nature, and turns upsite down who and what is the acting party.

12 September - 13 December 2020


An exhibition that looks outward and upward, namely towards the Nordic Region and the Nordic. The artists have noted a common root in and interest in das Unheimliche, for the Nordic melancholy, for the ambivalence in the encounter between nature and culture, and for the human mysterious identity. Nature is (often) viewed far away from political activities and the view revolves around the energies found in peripheral areas, secret gardens - a terrain vague on the edge of nature and culture. Graphics will be the exhibition bearing media. Danish artists: Vibe Bredahl, Malene Hartmann, Svend-Allan Sørensen, Gitte Bach and Knud Odde. Guests: Elina Länsman (FI), Anker Mortensen (FO) and Kent Iwemyr (S).