奥斯陆开幕‘largest bookshelf’ to visitors

It’这项服务已经开展了十多年,一直存在争议,无法预料的建筑问题,预算超支和大流行。 6月18日,奥斯陆’新的主图书馆终于以新名称DeichmanBjørvika向公众开放。该项目已投入近25亿挪威克朗,其中奥斯陆’市政府一[…]

奥斯陆爱乐乐团标志着一世纪

挪威’领先的乐团今年庆祝成立100周年,特别是“birthday concerts”这周末。现在,奥斯陆爱乐乐团希望有一个新的音乐厅作为终极生日礼物,同时一本新书深入乐团’经常动荡的历史。奥斯陆·孔瑟瑟斯(Oslo Konserthus)在星期六售罄’的演唱会…]

Bodø获胜‘Capital of Culture’

The Norwegian city of Bodø has become the first city north of the 北极 Circle and outside the EU to become a European 文化之都, in 2024. Civic boosters in Bodø were celebrating on Wednesday, after attracting the biggest international event ever in Northern 挪威. “今天我们非常高兴,”Bodø市长IdaPinnerød[…]

‘文化塑造民主’

挪威’负责文化事务的政府部长Trine Skei Grande说,她觉得这是她的生日,圣诞节和5月17日(挪威’国庆节):15年来,她第一次’d提出未来国家文化政策的框架,并在[…]

挪威人认为他们的文化是最好的

Just two weeks after 挪威’s annual display of enthusiastic patriotism comes news that a majority of Norwegians think their own 文化 is better than that of other countries. 挪威 was the only country of 15 Western European nations polled where more than half suggested cultural superiority. It was newspaper Vårt Land (Our Country), perhaps not […]

卑尔根音乐节隆重举行

皇后颂歌挪威’是卑尔根市的西海岸首府“有着深厚的文化根源可以追溯到汉萨时代”当她在星期三开幕一年一度的Festspillene(卑尔根国际音乐节)时。她声称节日“是卑尔根如何形成其身份的一个很好的例子。”这位将近80岁的女王在卑尔根扮演角色’s cultural […]

严厉打击‘bathing studies’

教育部长TorbjørnRoe Isaksen周一宣布他’d限制出国短期学习的挪威学生可以选择的课程类型,以杜绝所谓的“bathing studies.”Isaksen说,前往异国风情地区学习诸如“冬季运动和搭便车” and “身体活动与健康”对改善学生没有什么帮助’ […]

‘长期以来最糟糕的文化部长’

获赞的挪威作家托格里姆·艾根(Torgrim Eggen)本周对文化部长索希尔德·威维(Thorhild Widvey)提出了强烈抗议,并对保守党领导的政府提出了高度批评。’s cultural policy. Eggen presented his views on the direction of the arts in 挪威 at the Festival of Literature (Norsk Litteraturfestival) on Wednesday, Scandinavia’最大的文学事件。艾根’谈政府’s cultural […]

文化部长对博物馆召唤感到遗憾

挪威’文化部部长索里德·威德维(Thorhild Widvey)可能不得不就涉嫌干扰言论自由的指控向议会委员会答复。星期五,保守党(Høyre)部长承认她很遗憾在特隆赫姆艺术博物馆之后亲自致电Sør-Trøndelag(MIST)的博物馆主席’即将离任的董事介绍了进步党(Fremskrittspartiet,[…]

关于萨米人的辩论‘national’ day

佐美 国民 day has been celebrated by indigenous people across 挪威, Sweden, Finland and 俄国 on February 6 since the 佐美 Conference adopted the date in 1992. The day was chosen to commemorate the first international 佐美 congress in Trondheim in 1917, but debate remains over what the day should actually be called. Directly translated […]