Strong reactions to queer artwork

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It started

On the way to the National Museum
opening exhibition 2021
Audience award
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Pride Art, formerly "Skeive Kunstnere", is an independent, national member organization
which promotes queer art and culture with a focus on solidarity and diversity.


Join QueerCoronART!

Join Pride Art's very first interactive art project QueerCoronART! Pride Art invites you to share your experience of the corona era on a postcard. The cards will be exhibited at WUNDERKAMMER in…


Wunderkammer is fully funded! The Cultural Council supports with NOK 350 and gives its recognition to queer art and culture on queer premises through Pride Arts exhibition this autumn. This is great,…

Matchmaking for diversity

Pride Art was invited to participate in the Cultural Council's seminar Matchmaking for diversity on 11 May as a competence actor that has competence sharing and diversity as a central part of what they do and…

Support from the Ministry of Culture

Oslo Municipality The Ministry of Culture has allocated NOK 150 000 for the implementation of the "Wunderkammer" - the largest queer art and culture festival ever! The Ministry of Culture highlights the value of the event as open and audience-oriented, with…

Support from Sparebankstiftelsen

Pride Art is grateful to have received NOK 100 000 in support of this year's queer art adventure "Wunderkammer" from the Sparebankstiftelsen. The foundation has given us support to include especially children…

Pride Art in Second Life

Hild Evergarden has been appointed Ambassador for Pride Art in Second Life. She has the task of making international contacts and exploring the possibilities of creating and exhibiting queerness…

Pride Art will be a key contributor in the official queer culture year 2022. We will collaborate widely with galleries and museums and others who seek guidance, ideas, perspectives and help to bring real diversity and representation into the work many will do in 2022.

Pride Art is supported by the Arts Council Norway and the Cultural Agency Oslo Municipality


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