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Upcoming at Scandinavia House: Hits From the North--Recent Award-Winning Nordic Films

 
The Nordic Center in America 58 Park Ave, NYC
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Week of February 5, 2018
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THE KING’S CHOICE /KONGENS NEI
HITS FROM THE NORTH

WED—Feb 7—7 PM & FRI—Feb 9—6:30 PM
 

Erik Poppe’s commanding take on the true events that turned a brave man into the people’s king. The King’s Choice is based on the events that took place over three dramatic days in April of 1940, when the King of Norway was presented with a monstrous ultimatum from the Germans: surrender or die. With German Air Force and soldiers hunting them down, the royal family was forced to flee from the capital, and decided to go their separate ways without knowing if they would ever see each other again.

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GUIDED TOUR
THE EXPERIMENTAL SELF
Edvard munch's photography

WED—Feb 7—5:30 PM, free


Learn more about Munch’s image-making and experimental camera work throughout the artist’s lifetime.

These free, 35-minute public tours meet in the Gallery elevator lobby. Gallery tours are subject to change; please check with the Scandinavia House front desk or email info@amscan.org.

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SATURDAY MORNING STORYTELLING WITH THE HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN STORYTELLERS
   
SAT—Feb 10—11 AM
free, Ages 5+

 

In this popular ongoing children’s series, some of New York’s most famous storytellers from the Hans Christian Andersen Storytelling Center present exciting fairy and folk tales and fantastic adventures from Scandinavia and the far north.

In “Trolls, Tricksters, and Chaneques!”, Regina Ress and Valentina Ortiz bring captivating stories from Scandinavia and Mexico, reminding us that tricky trolls and other odd spirits inhabit stories all around the world.

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THE EXPERIMENTAL SELF 
EDVARD MUNCH'S PHOTOGRAPHY


THROUGH MON—APRIL 7—2018

The Experimental Self: Edvard Munch’s Photography, recently extended through April 7, brings the photographic work of the master painter to NYC for its first showing in the U.S. This exhibition of photographs, prints, and films by Edvard Munch emphasizes the artist’s experimentalism, examining his exploration of the camera as an expressive medium.

Since opening on November 21, this show has received high critical acclaim. A recent review by Julia Friedman in Hyperallergic notes, "In general, Munch seems much more aware of the power of the camera to create a 'self' than one might imagine an individual born in the mid-19th century to be." The exhibition includes works that “oscillate in mood between tentative and bold, prosaic and fantastic” (Richard B. Woodward, Wall Street Journal) and that “rise to the level of what Munch called ‘self-scrutinies’: emotional but hard-edged, and pierced with a dread of modern life that has outlived the Modernist era” (Jason Farago, New York Times). 

By probing and exploiting the dynamics of “faulty” practice, such as distortion, blurred motion, eccentric camera angles, and other photographic “mistakes,” Munch photographed himself and his immediate environment in ways that rendered them poetic. In both still images and in his few forays with a hand-held moving-picture camera, Munch not only archived images, but invented them.

 

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GALLERY TOURS
WEDNESDAYS—THROUGH FEBRUARY 28
5:30 PM, free
 
  GALLERY HOURS & ADMISSION
TUE-SAT—12–6 PM
WED—12–7 PM

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Become a Member
 

Support ASF's century-old mission of promoting cultural and educational exchange between the U.S. and Scandinavia. As a Member you will receive great benefits including discounts on tickets to programs at Scandinavia House; invitations to exhibition openings and exclusive Member-only events; first access to ASF publications; access to The Heimbold Family Children’s Playing and Learning Center (ASF Members with a Playing and Learning Center pass); and more.

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For more information, call ASF Membership, 212–847–9716, email mem@amscan.org, or visit support.amscan.org.
 
 
 
 
Support ASF
 

Donors and members make the difference! Now supporting ASF is easier than ever with our online giving and membership resources. Visit support.amscan.org to log in and join us today!

To support ASF with a tax-deductible gift, visit here.
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Valentine’s Day Gifts at The Shop

 
Visit The Shop at Scandinavia House before February 14 to pick up Valentine’s Day gifts for your loved ones! With selections ranging from artisan jewelry to clothing and accessories, from kitchen and bath items to stationary, to an array of delicious Scandinavian sweets, the Shop has a wonderful surprise for every Valentine’s shopper.

 
  MON–SAT—11 AM–7 PM
SUN—11 AM–5 PM
 
 
For more information, call 212–847–9737 or email shop@amscan.org.
All proceeds support The American-Scandinavian Foundation.
 
 
 
 
NORDIC IN NEW YORK

INGMAR BERGMAN CENTENNIAL

WED—FEB 7 THROUGH THU—MARCH 15
Film Forum, 209 West Houston Street, NYC


This year marks the 100th anniversary of legendary filmmaker Ingmar Bergman’s birth.  Film Forum salutes Bergman with a 47-film festival, featuring 40 new restorations by the Swedish Film Institute of such iconic films as The Seventh Seal, Wild Strawberries, and Persona.

 
SCANDINAVIAN SPIRITS

THU—Feb 8—6:30-8 PM
Museum of Food and Drink, 62 Bayard Street, Brooklyn, NYC


Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Iceland share a spirited history of drinking traditions—most notably around aquavit. At Scandinavian Spirits, Tova Brandt, curator at the Museum of Danish America, will examine the cultural history of this beverage, explore the drinking traditions now common in Scandinavian-American communities, and answer questions like “What IS aquavit, anyway?” and “How do you ‘skål’ correctly?” Sample the unique flavors of the spirits throughout Tova's talk followed by a modern acquavit cocktail from Jacob Grier and bites of the Nordic-inspired foods from Smörgås Chef that compliment these beverages. 

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Fastelavn Mardi Gras

SAT—FEB 10—2-6 PM
Scandinavian East Coast Museum, 444 Ovington Ave, Brooklyn, NYC

 

The Scandinavian East Coast Museum in partnership with the Sons of Norway Brooklyn Lodge invites all Nordics to their Annual Fastelavn Mardi Gras. Decorate branches for the return of spring, hit the barrel to rid yourself of bad luck, and eat delicious Fastelavn buns for good luck. Games, a prize for the best costume, and music by Ellen Lindstrom are also featured at the event.  Reservations are encouraged and can be made by calling (718) 748-5950.

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To submit your Nordic in New York event for consideration, please email jennifer@amscan.org.
 
 
 
 
 
THE KING'S CHOICE - IMAGE COURTESY OF SAMUEL GOLDWYN FILMS; GUIDED TOUR - IMAGE BY CHRISTINE BUTLER; SATURDAY ART WORKSHOPS - IMAGEBANK; THE EXPERIMENTAL SELF - EDVARD MUNCH: MUNCH WITH A HAT IN PROFILE, 1930, MUNCH AND ROSA MEISSNER, 1907, LUDVIG RAVENSBERG, 1904, COURTESY OF MUNCH MUSEUM, OSLO
 
 
 
 

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