US & THEM
US & THEM is a exhibition on tour made by The Police Museum in Stockholm, in collaboration with young people.
School wallcharts have become trendy design objects and popular collectibles. The Museum of Gothenburg has a large collection of school wallcharts that we are delighted to put on display, in the museum and online.
We Have a Dream
We Have A Dream consists of a selection of portraits of people around the world. Nobel Peace Prize Laureates, artists, politicians, and writers have chosen to participate in the project to help inspire others to realize their own dreams and visions.
Guided tour in english 17 August 11.00–12.00 Sign Language interpreter
Freddie Wadlings cabinet
The mythical Freddie Wadling influenced the Swedish music scene over more than four decades.
Music scene Gothenburg 1955-2018
Come along to arenas, clubs and forgotten dance floors in a historic journey through popular music’s Gothenburg!
The Wezäta studio
The Wezäta studio was one of the main advertising firms in Sweden. With advertisements for Volvo, Ica, Marabou and SKF, Wezäta’s studio made colour photography known to every Swede.
How would you perceive the world without eyesight or hearing? What happens to your other senses?
(In)human is about how people throughout the ages have felt the need to classify people into different groups. What can history teach us? And how do we classify people today? About skeleton collectors, racial biology and norms.
See two exhibitions on children in Childrens homes and foster homes. Children's stories form the core of exhibitions called Vidkärr's Childens homes and Finding a home.
Valand Academy Students’ Exhibition
Valand Academy Students’ Exhibition features video, sculpture, performance and painting.
Long live the Hagabion cinema!
We show a piece of cinema history. Hagabion has during 40 years showed quality films from around the world.
Gothenburg from above
Aerial photographer Lars Bygdemark has taken thousands of photos of Gothenburg from above. We´re showing a selection of the best ones. Kristian Wedel, journalist, has written the texts in this exhibition and anew been fascinated by his hometown.