Ansøgningsfrist 1. August

Open call

Amazing Nature
KunstCentret Silkeborg Bad planlægger den omfattende helårige temaudstilling Amazing Nature, som skal vises på kunsthallen i 2023 og inviterer i den forbindelse billedkunstnere til at søge om at bidrage til udstillingen med værker, som forholder sig til udstillingens tema Læs mere

10 September 2022 - 8 January 2023

Double visions

Ingemann Andersen between Denmark and Italy
The exhibition focuses on the Danish visual artist Ingemann Andersen (1929-2017). Andersen's work unfolded mainly in drawing and graphics, but also in painting, sculpture and mosaic. The main theme is the interaction between the flat homeland of Denmark and mountainous Italy - the sensed and the remembered. Read more

24 September – 18 December 2022

TRAVEL SPOOR | BASLUND | BOHR

Travel Tracks is about the concrete works from the journeys and the journey as an artistic and mental track. With their art, Helle Baslund and Jens Bohr build on the tradition and interest in nature, the landscapes and a certain local anchorage. But also travel activities play - like several of the older Funen artists and countless other artists in general - a central role for the two contemporary artists and their motif worlds. This is what the exhibition is about. Read more

1 October 2022 - 8 January 2023

PAPER – A CROSS-CULTURAL VOICE

The exhibition focuses on the handmade paper as an artistic means of expression and the role of paper as a foundation for cultural exchange. 14 artists from India and the western part of the world exhibit works created in paper.The visual artist Anne Vilsbøll, who for 40 years has researched handmade paper as a means of expression and for the past 20 years has stayed every year in India, is the curator of the exhibition. She has put together an exhibition that emphasizes the universality of paper and the paper's journey back and forth from East to West. Read more

 

 

Thank you to the Danish Arts Foundation's Project Support
Committee for Visual arts which has granted support for
the exhibition program in 2022.