Neon owl at Campus Carlsberg
It is an extraordinary work of art that welcomes students, employees and visitors to University College Copenhagen at Campus Carlsberg: a giant owl made in bent neon tube, with a wingspan of more than eight metres.
The National Museum of Denmark is launching a major vision and branding process aimed at highlighting the museum’s core stories, raising its public profile and laying the foundation for the future development of the museum’s activities.
With a new donation of a very special life study from C. W. Eckersberg’s renowned school of painting at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen in 1833, the New Carlsberg Foundation has secured an important piece for the Golden Age collection at the Glyptotek.
With a substantial million-euro donation, the New Carlsberg Foundation and the Augustinus Fonden have secured the outstanding painting Nymph and Faun by the French artist Henri Matisse for the National Gallery of Denmark (SMK). A piece that the SMK has been seeking to acquire for more than 20 years. The painting will be on display to the public at the SMK from 27 March.
We have no application deadlines, as the board reviews applications on an ongoing basis
Den Hirschsprungske Samling får nu mulighed for at digitalisere dele af museets enestå-ende brevarkiv med mere end 25.000 kunstnerbreve. Projektet er en del af Ny Carlsberg-fondets satsning Kilder til Dansk Kunsthistorie.
Kommunalbestyrelsen i Lemvig Kommune har vedtaget nyt kunstprojekt på Torvet i Lemvig. Projektet udføres af billedhugger Karin Lorentzen og ventes færdigt i 2019. Næste etape inkluderer borgernes hjælp med at indsamle sten til udsmykningen.
Science and art come together this spring, as the Carlsberg family hosts a series of evening events under the heading of Science | Passion.
On Wednesday, 28 February, the New Carlsberg Foundation’s Art Awards were handed out at the Foundation’s annual award event at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek to three leading figures in the Danish art and museum scene.