In April, The International Museum of Children’s Art has opened a Pop-up gallery at Tjuvholmen harbor area in Oslo.
Next to the Tjuvtitten tower and the Astrup Ferarnley Museum it will be in the area for a 6 months period.
“We are very pleased to have the International Museum of Children’s Art at Tjuvholmen. Tjuvholmen is called the art district, and we think the International Museum of Children’s Art certainly will be complimenting Tjuvholmen Sculpture Park, the existing galleries and the Astrup Fearnley Museum. The Museum plans to offer activities for children, young people and families with children as an added bonus,” says Kenneth Olsen, Property Manager at Selvaag Eiendom. “We already have the Rasmus club at the Astrup Fearnley Museum with good art-related offers and activities for children, and with the Children’s Art Museum the area will get an even broader cultural offer aimed at children and young people,” he adds.
“We are looking forward to establishing a Pop-Up Galler at Tjuvholmen. With better accessibility and a more centralized location Tjuvholmen will give us a golden opportunity to show our mission to a wider audience than today,” says Angela Goldin, General Manager of The International Museum of Children’s Art.
“At Tjuvholmen, all visitors can experience good food and wine experiences, including art and culture. The centralized location at Holmen are the best possible and we are proud to be able to put a new Museum on the map in our “art district city” says Kenneth Olsen.
New Pop-Up Gallery at the Waterfront in Oslo, source The International Museum of Children’s Art