Exhibitions 2016

Continually updated.

 

30 June – 23 October 2016

Graduation exhibition for Design School Kolding

 

For the fourth consecutive year, the Museum at Koldinghus has the pleasure of hosting the annual exhibition of graduation projects from Design School Kolding: a kaleidoscopic exhibition created by more than fifty young Danish design graduates in the fields of textile, industrial design, graphic design, illustration, interaction and fashion.

28 October 2016 – 25 November 2016

Nordhøj art programme

 

The art programme at Nordhøj is a three-year educational programme for adults with intellectual disabilities. The programme includes drawing, painting, graphic arts, sculpture and art history. The exhibition presents a wide selection of the artworks created in the programme over the past year.

Opening 1 November 2016 – Permanent exhibition

Train approaching!

 

On 1 November 1866 the railway line connecting the towns of Fredericia, Kolding, Lunderskov and Vamdrup was opened. The Museum at Koldinghus celebrates the 150th anniversary of this groundbreaking event with the exhibition ‘Train approaching! ’. Based on a modern interpretation of the classic model railway, the exhibition tells the story of the impact of the railway on the towns along the line and relates some of the events, amusing as well as sad, that have unfolded along the line.

The opening of the railway line between Fredericia and Vamdrup in 1866 had a crucial impact on development in Kolding, Lunderskov and, not least, Vamdrup. All three towns now had a railway station, which gave them access to a much larger world of transportation options. The infrastructure was significantly improved, import and export was facilitated, labour mobility increased, etc.

The Museum at Koldinghus plays an active role in celebrating the upcoming 150th anniversary, in part with a special exhibition in cooperation with the miniature town Kolding Miniby and Felderbanen. The exhibition focuses on the impact of the railway line on the three main towns.

21 November 2016 – 17 February 2017

Knit Renaissance

 

As part of the Museum at Koldinghus’ celebration of the 400th anniversary of King Christian 4’s knights’ assembly at Koldinghus in December 1616, the museum has invited the textile crafts group Netmaskerne to explore the topic of the Renaissance. In the juried exhibition Knit Renaissance, Netmaskerne uses extraordinary techniques, exquisite yarns and surprising colour combinations to create a series of spectacular outfits inspired by Renaissance culture.

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Daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m
Closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.

Prices

Adults:

90 DKR

Students:

45 DKR



Free admission for children and youngsters under 18 years.

PARKing

Parking facilities for visitors of the museum are outside The Stableyard.

 

Parking fee: 11 DKK per hour.

 

Two parking spaces in the stableyard are reserved for cars for disabled people.

 

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