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Gothenburg offers everything from children's performances and stand up to magnificent operas and international hits. Have a browse through the selection of performing arts and head out into the night.
Miva Fine Arts Galleries specialises in contemporary Pop Art and shows work from both new and established artists.
The café Kafferosten is found a stone's throw from Linnéplatsen and the park Slottsskogen. The walls are filled with arts from independent artists and the selection changes monthly. You can find everything from Persian food to lasagna, toast breakfast and soup buffet on the menu – plus plenty of homemade pastries.
In the 1960s and ’70s, a pioneering and radical generation of performing artists stepped into the limelight. Young people crushed traditions, challenged conventions and changed the rules of the game for the future performing arts scene in Gothenburg. Come and enter a turbulent age!
Arts and crafts, artistic work or DIY. No matter what you call your handycraft hobby, we'll guide you to some of the Gothenburg shops you don't want to miss!
It's not always the right time to go out for a concert or a dance show. And while nothing beats a live show, you can still experience Gothenburg’s performing arts in other ways.
Whether you are passionate about traditional painting, avant-garde installations or just enjoy going to openings and toast in red wine, there are plenty of exciting galleries to discover in Gothenburg. Here are 16 favourites in different parts of the city.
Rivercity Gallery’s ambition is to exhibit a wide range of contemporary art. While focusing on visual arts, the gallery also shows photography, glass art and sculpture.
Ringön is a somewhat scruffy industrial area on the island Hisingen on the north side of the river that cuts through Gothenburg. During the past few years, lots of arts and culture has moved in, like the art hall ICIA on Järnmalmsgatan.
Nevven is an international contemporary art gallery on the street Molinsgatan in Majorna. Here you'll find painting, sculpture and photography.
Atalante is a contemporary art stage and meeting place where innovative and experimental ideas are encouraged.
Konstepidemin is Sweden’s biggest workplace for independent artists.
Did you know that Gothenburg has a number of small indie cinemas waiting to be explored? We guide you to five favourites in town – perfect for a cosy movie night.
Gothenburg is experiencing a boom of talented artists and designers with an international audience. We met with one of them, ceramic artist Frida Mälarborn Hoshino, in her studio in the cosy-cool Majorna neighbourhood.
Street art has taken a bigger place in the art scene lately. Even though it is not just about graffiti, street art still very much associated with it. Gothenburg can boast with around 100 murals of different kind, all with their own uniqueness.
The northern riverbank is an area that for more than 150 years has been characterised by the shipbuilding industry. Today it looks different, and where there once were an industrial landscape, lies green areas, university buildings, street food and much more. The 7-kilometre-long artwalk does not solely focus on art, but also on several other things as well.
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3:e våningen is an artist-run scene for contemporary dance, art and music. Located right by the harbour inlet of Gothenburg.
The Gallery opened in 1959, and has been located at its current location since 2005. The owners of Galleri 54 also operate the window gallery "Peepshow" facing the street Kastellgatan.
Galleri Box is a gallery run by artists focusing on contemporary art.
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