Tenthaus Art Collective has been working together in various constellations since 2009. The collective is characterized by an open, process-oriented form of participation and collaboration. They focus on local contexts exploring collectivity and inclusion through different forms of engagement . Tenthaus began as an artists-in-schools project and over a decade later they continue to maintain strong relations to the community and works to cultivate and nurture its enviornments. Today Tenthaus encompasses both a project room and an exhibition space, a mobile studio, and a wide range of curatorial projects. As a collective Tenthaus reimagines themselves and what it means to be artists working with the public, and what makes a relevant socially engaged practice today. The collective works with discursive events, radio, research, exchanges, workshops and exhibitions with an international orientation. Each of its members brings a distinct set of skills, practices and cultural knowledge,and the distinctive result of their collaborations and collective discussion is visible through their work .
Tenthaus Board of Directors: Helen Eriksen – Director of the board, Trine Farmen Christensen, Miriam Firesewra Berhane Haile, Ebba Moi, Stefan Schröder
Facilities and accessibility
We at Tenthaus are aware of the challenges that the access can bring to our physical space (gallery at Maridalsveien 3) during exhibitions and/or workshops. Therefore we put on disposition for any help needed by our visitors in case of limitations on the accessibility.
Please reach out to us via e-mail or Social Media in case you need assistance. We can also accommodate or arrange a visit to our exhibitions outside the opening hours.
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Tenthaus is supported by the Norwegian Arts Council and Oslo kommune.