2019 New exhibition ; “What future world do you want to live in?” (DIE ZEIT)
During spring 2017 and spring 2018 Germany’s largest weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT and The International Museum of Children’s Art in Oslo invited children and young people to express their opinion around the theme: “What future world do you want to live in?” Part 2. The Museum is proud to present an extract of entries and works received during 2018.
*Visit our Museum gift shop; In our Museum shop you can purchase various publications and souvenirs, as well as a wide selection of postcards and posters with designs from the museum’s collection. Our product range consists of items, gifts and toys from all over the world incl. recycled art, hand-made puppets, purses, magnets, drawing equipment, musical instruments for children, as well as art books for both adults and children. (Season open until Dec 9th)* ... See MoreSee Less
The International Museum of Children’s Art consist of 3 floors filled with activities, digital games and international children’s art! In the Museum you’ll find exerpts from the Museum’s permanent collection, with, amongst other theme exhibitions, incl. contributions by the Norwegian Post in connection with Norway’s 100 year Constitutional Anniversary. The Museum also has various drawing stations where children can do paper crafts weekdays, or participate in themed art workshops during the weekends. In our Museum store, we offer a lot of fun toys, instruments, art equipment, and no less than 300 different postcards with designs from our collection.
- Although the Museum is dedicated to children’s art, it does not mean the Museum is strictly only for children. Our adult visitors find themselves amazed at the vivid colours, fantasy, imagination and insight into the children’s mind present in our exhibitions. Our Museum aim, is to showcase the variety and complexity of art made by children and young from all over the world, and to open the eyes of our visitors to the fact that children can be great artists and derserve to have their opinions and thoughts heard in the same ways as adults. ... See MoreSee Less