Per Arnoldi exhibits at Børglum Kloster in 2020
FRA ARNOLDIS ATELIER (FROM ARNOLDI'S ATELIER) - Artexhibition by Per Arnoldi
Arnoldi has traveled to the furthest outer corners of his long life and great workshop in Raadvad to find works that could paint a rich picture of his restless business, spread across many genres: paintings, sculptures, drawings, graphics, posters, porcelain, ceramics, scenography, color schemes… but also books, lectures, journalism, debate, performances with their own Jazz trio and radio and TV.
We show paintings dating back to 1959 to brand new works from the 2020 workshop.
Arnoldi has worked in over 28 countries and the exhibition will document in several photos the distant efforts in both Japan, USA and Europe.
The sculptures include both older drafts and his brand new national monuments projects, such as the memorial for the fallen war sailors in WW2, which the Queen revealed in September 2017 at the Memorial Hill in Ryvangen near Copenhagen.
Thus, the exhibition tries to get well "out into every corner" ... even with such a comprehensive work is almost an endless task.
Thousands upon thousands of examples of his art have spread widely throughout the world. The over 600 international poster works, each printed in large print, have spread the knowledge of his special very clear and modern style.”
Friday June 19, 12.00-17.00
Saturday June 20 and Sunday June 21, 10.00-17.00
Tuesday and Thursday in July - guided tours with the owner Anne Rottbøll (only in danish).
Wendsdays in July - guided tours with the owner Hans Rottbøll on modern farming (danish and english)
All guided tours starts at 1.00 pm.
Wendsdays in July - Every Organ matiné starts at 2.00 pm
Please note that the private rooms of the estate, as an exception, are open for visitors on this one occation only and during the event 'Christmas in all its glory.Read more
Join us to celebrate Fastelavn with Krumme from Hjørring and the Wolf from A-Z
A year has already gone by and on Saturday on the 22th of February (14.00) we will once again celebrate Fastelavn and crown this year's King of Cats and Queen of Cats.
Krumme from Hjørring will be the host under the barrel beating. The Wolf from A-Z will also join the celebration with candy for the children.
Afterwards, when the new King of Cats and Queen of Cats have been crowned, the parents will also have to proof their worth in the competition 'bite the bun'.
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Join us on a journey back to The Middle Ages for three days when we host a medieval market with knights, archers, noble ladies and medieval musicians.
Experience a taste of The Middle Ages this summer!
Meet brave knights, shoot with a bow and arrow like Robin Hood, listen to music from The Middle Ages, taste the food and drink from the time and get drawn into the show when a real Showman from The Middle Ages entertain the children.
Explore the many different shops with arts and crafts. Experience the blacksmith create medieval necessities like knives, scissors and mail armor.
Shop around in other handmade crafts like clothing, shoes and bags. Have a taste of the gastronomy of the past to the lively tune of live music from the medieval band 'Ramashang'.
On Saturday and Sunday The showman 'Master Peder' will perform exciting plays for the children.
Friday June 19, 12.00-17.00
Saturday June 20 and Sunday June 21, 10.00-17.00Read more
On the first floor, you may see an exact copy of the famous Bayeux Tapestry, made by local women.
You may see the tapestry up close, experiencing the vibrant colours that resemble the original colouring of the tapestry in Bayeux and the incredible craftsmanship put into the woven fabric, presenting us with the history of the Battle of Hastings; a battle wherein the local Vikings was very much involved.
The tapestry is more than 70 meters in long and took 9 local women 15 years to recreate.Read more
High Necklines, low cuts, short or long?
Women’s fashion has changed a lot throughout the last 100 years, going from one end of the spectrum to the other, and them back again. The Art of Fashion is a entirely new fashion exhibition at Børglum Monastery, where you are able to experience the changes of fashion throughout the last 100 years.
To be fashionable and modern has meant many different things throughout the last century, as fashion evolved through upturns, economic crisis, world wars and cold wars. The iconic fashion designers have through this century affected the fashion of their time in their own way, as the female role in society also changed immensely.
What was deemed fashionable around the first part of the century, which was greatly inspired by the Art Nouveau style? How should you dress in the roaring twenties? What was the latest trend in Paris during the 1940s? What was “elegance” in the 1960s?.
What effect did the Second World War have on women’s fashion and their role in society?
The answer to all of these questions you may discover by visiting our new exhibition, which brings you on a journey through fashion of the last 100 years.
The exhibition showcases dresses and other fashion items that represent the main fashion tendencies of their time, making it possible to discover what was deemed beautiful and aesthetically pleasing throughout the 20th century.
The exhibition will be open for visitors from Saturday the 29th of April 2017. The exhibition will become part of the Monastery’s 15 other permanent exhibitions and may be visited during the normal opening hours.Read more
Experience our new exhibition about the resistance fighter captain Michael Rottbøll.
Called 'MIk' by his close friends and family, Christian Michael had a short but eventful life that brought him to first to Argentina, then Finland as an volunteer in The Finnish Army and finally to England where he was trained as a special agent before he returned to Denmark to lead the danish resistance. He was killed the 26th of September 1942 06:12