Neigbourhood Lab opening and party
The former Edvard Munch Museum is turned into a Neighbourhood Lab, an alternative exhibition space and culture house
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- Location: The former Edvard Munch Museum, Tøyengata 53
Oslo Architecture Triennale
Join the opening of Neighbourhood Lab and the three exhibitions on display: Mission Neighbourhood – (Re)forming Communities, Peter Cook – Ideas for Cities and Oslo in the Making. There will be a party, vernissage and food trucks!
Expect a sweet mix of professional inspiration and laid-back neighbourhood party.
Presentations by the curators and many of the exhibitors at the Triennale exhibitions, music and outside there will be food from the neighbourhood:
Njokobok is a neighbourhood restaurant at Tøyen and the first Senegalese restaurant in the Nordics. They are famous for their good barbeque and will also serve a stew with cassava leaves in peanut sauce.
Tøyen parents group catering has contributied in making Somali sambusas Tøyen's "national dish". Never a Tøyen party or anorher opportunity for Tøyen people to meet without sambusas. They also bring their version of shawarma.
Limited number of seats, but opern for all and first come, first served!
Introducing Mission Neighbourhood
Christian Pagh, Director and Chief Curator, Oslo Architecture Triennale
10 short presentations from projects in our exhibitions.
Exhibition doors close, party moves to the foyer
Official Neighbourhood Afterparty at
POSTKONTORET, Tøyen Torg, 23–03
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Sunday tour of the Oslo Neighbourhood Lab exhibitions
A guided tour with the Triennale curator
Oslo Neighbourhood Lab is open
The former Munch Museum is turned into a pop-up Neighbourhood Lab, an alternative exhibition space and culture house