Oslo, September/October. This is Norway’s largest exhibition of contemporary art was founded in 1882. It gathers under one roof the many artists whose art evokes heated debates and attracts thousands of visitors. Famous names coexist here with a little-known Norwegian artists, who dreams to succeed. The exhibition presents works in a variety of genres, from painting and sculpture to video installations and theatre productions. The majority of works available to buy. Learn more about the exhibition (in Norwegian only). In 2015: from 12 September to 18 October.
The Ultima Festival
Oslo, September. This Scandinavia’s largest contemporary music festival is held annually for 10 days of September in Oslo. At various venues of the capital held many concerts, workshops, street performances and improvisations. Learn more about the Ultima festival. In 2015: 10-19 September.
Oslo, September. Oslo marathon. which is becoming increasingly popular, usually consists of three distances: 10 miles, half marathon and marathon. The event, which in 2012 was attended by 17 000 people (for comparison, in 2004 there were only 1500) – this is a great event for athletes and spectators, which includes Continue reading
Now, when people already celebrated St. Patrick’s day, and Easter is still quite far away, many may already be a bit boring and they already count the days until the next holiday, whether it is a national holiday, religious or simply a big day a personal calendar. But if you did not wait to find a reason to celebrate something, here are a few ideas how to fill every besprazdnichnyiy week.
If you ask for, you can find a holiday for every day. Why not? We tried to find the most bizarre national holidays around the world and made of them the best rating. For lovers of Halloween and Easter eggs here are all salted herring to the candies in the shape of a skull. Here you will find everything from local to national celebrations, and more will discover many interesting traditions of different countries. We honestly tried to find something in January, but it turned out that this is the most boring month of the year, mainly known for its new year sales.
10. February 5: national day meteorologist
Last year in the United States began to celebrate the Day of the meteorologist, which is designed to meteorologists around the world. This date was chosen because it is the Birthday of the famous American observer of the weather, John Jeffries, who was the founder of the weather in 1744. Now the main event of this festival is to showcase the best moments Continue reading