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Konstfack at the Chinese Pavilion

In summer 2021, the Chinese Pavilion will be hosting an exhibition by Konstfack – University of Arts, Crafts and Design entitled Going elsewhere – Material interpretations of the Chinese Pavilion. The students’ work is inspired by the historical collections at the Drottningholm pleasure palace.

For almost a year, the Royal Court of Sweden has partnered with Research LAB Craft in a standalone course for craftspeople and artists at Konstfack. The course gives the students the opportunity to use historical environments as a source of inspiration in their own work.

The results will form an exhibition in summer 2021 at the Chinese Pavilion where the students’ work will be displayed.
Going elsewhere – Material interpretations of the Chinese Pavilion opens 28 June.

The exhibition will be on display from 28 June to 22 August 2021

Opening hours, visitor information and tickets will be published on the Calendar page in connection with the opening.

Top image: Konstfack’s study visit at the Chinese Pavilion in autumn 2020. Photo: Henrik Nyström/Royalpalaces.se

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