Award-winning author and artist Marika Mijala, translator Mia Spangbenberg, and Etana Editions children’s book publisher Jenni Erkintalo discuss their work across artmaking, translation, and children’s book-making.
Emma O'Kelly discusses her book exploring the new wave of sauna culture spreading throughout the world.
Harriss and House discuss their definitive book on Swedish designer Greta Magnusson Grossman, whose contributions to design and architecture have largely been ignored until recently.
Learn how Danish design rose to prominence in the postwar U.S. in a discussion with art historian and ASF Fellow Maggie Taft, author of "The Chieftain and the Chair."
Read and discuss literature with our Nordic Book Club Online! Translator Mia Spangenberg joins us for a special talk on "The Red Book of Farewells" by Finnish author Pirkko Saisio.
ASF grant recipient Jay A. Clarke discusses how Munch animated nature to bring meaning to his work.
Join us for a discussion on the first English-language anthology of writings by Swedish art critic and museum director Ulf Linde: "Essays from a Lifetime in the Arts."
Prime Minister of Iceland Katrín Jakobsdóttir and acclaimed crime fiction author Ragnar Jónasson discuss their collaboration on the Nordic noir thriller "Reykjavik: A Crime Story."
Read and discuss Scandinavian literature in translation as part of our Nordic Book Club, now online! On September 12, we’ll be discussing Martin A. Hansen’s The Liar.