As the birthplace of the now global Carlsberg Breweries and as the current offices of the New Carlsberg Foundation, the old brewery complex Bryggergården in central Copenhagen is a slice of living history.
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.
New work by Olafur Eliasson invites patients and visitors at the new hospital in Gødstrup to see themselves from above.
The Danish Academy in Rome, designed by architect Kay Fisker, had its 50th anniversary in October. The event was marked with the publication of a book that deals with the building’s history and recent renovation and the master architect’s life and work.
Science and art come together this autumn, as the Carlsberg family hosts a series of evening events under the heading of Science | Passion.
Now you can have a rare guided tour of the historical site and meet the chairman of the foundation, Karsten Ohrt, who speaks about the foundation’s efforts to promote the arts, then as now.
With a grant from the New Carlsberg Foundation, CHART presents an ambitious programme for this year’s CHART TALKS, which take place on 2–3 September.
The entire Carlsberg family joins in the celebration of Carlsberg’s 170th anniversary, which highlights all the things made possible by beer. The events take place in Copenhagen on 21–27 August.
Thorvaldsens Museum’s digital research and dissemination project Bertel Thorvaldsen – kilder og kontekst (Bertel Thorvaldsen – sources and context) has received generous support from six foundations, including the New Carlsberg Foundation.
The New Carlsberg Foundation and the Carlsberg Foundation invite you to an evening with Olafur Eliasson and Lena Hau. They meet on stage at DR Koncerthuset for a conversation about their respective ground-breaking work with light.
The New Carlsberg Foundation has made a grant of DKK 10 million to the spectacular art installation ‘Cloud City’ by Tomás Saraceno.
The Danish artist FOS has created ten sculptures with the specific aim of inspiring a discussion about values in Danish politics.
The New Carlsberg Foundation invites applications for individual research fellowships within the foundation’s scope of activities.