From 20 May, 14 queer organizations will each occupy their old prison cell at the Intercultural Museum. Together with Pride Art, they curate their own exhibition where they show different shades of queer art and culture.
In May and June you can experience the new exhibition Boundless at the Intercultural Museum. The old prison cells at the museum are filled with art, films, posters, photos and interviews. The artist collective Pride Art has invited large parts of the queer environment to tell their stories through art.
Exhibition opening Friday 20 May at 17: See Facebook event
Rina Mariann Hansen (Labor Party), city councilor for work, integration and social services, opens the exhibition. There will also be artistic elements and a pleasant atmosphere.
In the exhibition, the audience can experience art and installations from these organizations:
FRI - The Association for Gender and Sexuality Diversity, Lesbians in Daylight (LeDa), rainbow Families, BREATH OUT, Garmer's, Gay Youth, HIV Norway, Patient Organization for Gender Incongruence (PKI), Salam, The health committee, Weird World, SLM Oslo, Open church group, Gay Christian Network