KORO

KORO is Norway´s national body responsible for curating, producing and activating art in public space. KORO manages an extensive collection of some 8.000 artworks accessible at around 1.000 sites throughout Norway and abroad. In addition, KORO is a national center for research and knowledge development within the field of public art.

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The Supporter and the Supported

Five terrazzo bookrests, a shelf and a nascent art library are Eline Mugaas contributions to the newly renovated Norwegian embassy in Washington, D.C.

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To Reach the Top of a Mountain

Dreams Ahead is the title of Ann Cathrin November Høibo´s monumental, handwoven wall hanging, made especially for the Norwegian embassy in Washington, D.C.

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BEAUTY in Capital Letters

Rya rugs are an aspect of Norwegian coastal craft traditions with which Elisabeth Haarr has concerned herself during much of her career. Two works from her series of Travelogues has been acquired for the Norwegian embassy in Washington, D.C.

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Apply for funding

KOROs Art Programme for Local Communities (LOK) has an annual deadline for applications, usually on 1 February.

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Montering av utsmykning i Prinsens gate 26, ved Koro.

Opportunities for artists and curators

KORO is a continual source of work for many artists and curators. Current competitions and curatorial opportunities will be announced on this page.

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Apply for funding for public-engagement activities

Funding to promote public engagement and professional development has an annual deadline for applications, usually on 1 February.

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